Posted on May 25, 2007
SF Beta boasts gourmet catering, music throughout the night, a dozen startup demos, and great people all night long. It sounds too good to be true, but honestly this is $10 well spent! And at this months Beta-fest at the “uber-chic” 111 Minna Gallery, Devicescape will be strutting its stuff and showing off all the latest enhancements and offerings from our start-up, including first public appearances of our new feature “Personal Networks.” In addition, we’ll be showing our software running on Nokia phones and Windows Mobile 6 smartphones – bringing the total numbers of devices we run on to hundreds of millions. (There were more than 40 million s60 Nokia phones alone in 2005.) Come by, grab a cocktail and drink in the exciting atmosphere of tech start-ups showing off their wares to early adopter fans. Devicescape will be showing: Table 1 in the front room from 6 – 7:30 Table 5 in the back room from 7:30 – 9pm* (unless otherwise booked) Tickets: $10/20 Online, $15/$25 Door » RSVP Now » Order Tickets Online
Posted on April 18, 2007
Just a quick reminder that we’ll be presenting in the Web 2.0 Open beta room this afternoon at 4pm. We’re going to be talking about the ways that Devicescape is currently helping enable Mobile 2.0, as well as some thoughts for what we can enable in the future through web APIs for our service, and even APIs that let web applications communicate with devices.
Posted on April 14, 2007
Devicescape has been invited to a give a scheduled presentation at the Web 2.0 conference next week in San Francisco. And what, you may ask, is Devicescape *doing* with Web 2.0? Enabling the next revolution…Mobile 2.0. Devicescape has always been involved with making connecting easier – especially when you are on the go – and now this phenomenon has take on the meme “Mobile 2.0.” This (r)evolution of the Mobile 2.0 space started with cell phones getting connected to the internet in early and simple ways – like downloading ring tones and SMS. The focus of late has been on increasing the access of phones to the web, email and other data services over traditional cellular networks. We think things are going to be much bigger than this. First – there will be more devices than just your cell phone in this picture. All types of devices will evolve to be able to access all the content and applications available on the internet. Game systems, media players, GPS are just a few. Even the phone will continue its evolution to become more an appliance that just a simple cell phone. Today, you can hardly find a cell phone that doesn’t…