Posts Tagged ‘CNET’

GigaOm’s Mobilize is live streaming right now (19,000 viewers), so if you can’t be there, tune in at http://www.livestream.com/gigaomtv.  If you can be there, drop by the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco where close to 1000 industry execs are discussing the future of the mobile web. Great networking with Accenture, Adobe, Adaptive Path, […]


VentureBeat outdid itself yesterday with a class affair at the Parc 55 in San Francisco. If you wanted a good look at the players of the mobile ecosystem this was the place to be, replete with pitch fest, cocktails, jazz and killer schwag to bring home to the kids, including SGN‘s plush pandas and Symbian‘s […]


Teens Plugged In back by popular demand will be at HP Auditorium, 3000 Hanover/Page Mill in Palo Alto today. Content NOW will be live tweeting from there if Twitter doesn’t go down.  Here’s the guide: 9:15, Sergio Monsalve, Norwest Venture Partners, Catherine Cook, MyYearbook,  9:45, Kids on Kidtech:  College, Josh Lowensohn, CNET Webware 10:45, Teen Trends: […]


NAB/The Guide

18Apr09

Here’s a rough guide on what Content NOW is covering at NAB this year.  The EXPO floor is open M-W 9-6, Th 9-2 and flooded with additional programming from exhibitors and pavilions.  As always, we’ll be live blogging via the WordPress iPhone app and will be tweeting tips and tidbits along the way. M 4/20 […]


As sleepy CES wraps, take note that baby steps are a good thing in a downtown.  The biggest news at CES this year actually got a real-time gasp in the Macworld media room last week.  The Palm Pre, a touchscreen phone with QWERTY keyboard, MMS, cut-and-paste, 3MP and Amazon Music Store, is definitely a leap in […]