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Developer Program

MoMo Bangalore invites you for launch of mig33 Developer Program in India at Sasken Auditorium.

This means great things for mobile game developers! So join us as we unlock virtual power with you, as we show you how to connect and monetize your social games and apps with mig33, one of the world’s largest mobile-first communities and a mobile audience of more than 50 million committed users on its platform.

Chris Chandler VP, Business Development, mig33 would share the secret recipe of loading your games on the mig33 platform.

Join us on 20th August to know more…

Date & Time: Saturday, 20th Aug 2011 from 10:30AM to 02:00PM

Venue: Sasken Communication Technologies Ltd
139/25, Ring Road, Domlur
Bengaluru 560 071, India
Tel: + 91 80 3989 1122

Schedule:

10:30AM to 10:50AM——- -Registration & Tea

10:50AM to 11:00AM——MOMOB Announcements

11:00AM to 01:00PM———Mig33 Developer Platform By Chris Chandler

01:00PM to 01:15 PM——–Demo Time: MojoStreet

01:15PM to 02:00 PM——–Lunch

It is free! Registration is must! Limited Seats! Register here

http://www.momob.in/2011/general/admin/momob-aug-11-event/

About Chris Chandler:

Chris spearheads mig33’s expansion across mobile-first markets worldwide, including India, South Africa and Indonesia. He is responsible for growing mig33′s customer base and further aligns mig33 with industry partners. He joined mig33 from Microsoft Corporation’s Consumer & Online Division. His tryst with mobility started with Mikoshi (Asia-Pacific) PTE LTD

Chandler brings a decade of experience in developing, marketing and distributing consumer services and content for both web and mobile platforms. Chris also heads the MoMo Singapore Chapter and is deeply involved with the mobile community across the globe

About Mig33:

mig33 is the world’s largest mobile-first social entertainment service, connecting over 50 million registered members around the world with chat and entertainment every day, and hosting a fast-growing virtual economy. Launched in late 2005, mig33 is backed by Silicon Valley venture firms Accel Partners, Redpoint Ventures and DCM, GREE, Inc. and many others. For more information, visit http://www.mig33.com

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Mobile India 2011
Posted by By admin at 23 November, at 13 : 11 PM Print

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Mobile Broadband and the Cloud
Friday, 7 January 2011

The Schedule of Event

There is intense growth in the Smartphone segment. Worldwide shipments of Smartphones, is expected to surpass 350 million units, growing at a compound annual growth rate of 20.9% during 2009-2013. This growth in Smartphones has contributed substantially to the increasing adoption of mobile broadband worldwide and is likely to happen in India as well. It is expected that one in every three mobile subscriber will adopt mobile broadband, resulting in about 1 Billion mobile broadband users by the year 2012. With Indian operators committing more than Rs. 100,000 Crore (US$ 20 billion) for 3G and Broadband Wireless Services, the mobile broadband market is set to explode in India.

Associated with all the above developments is the cloud model of computing which provides infinite computing resources in demand, eliminates up-front commitment by users, ability to pay for use of computing resources on a short-term basis as needed, and provides cost efficiencies for the different services not only on computers but also on ubiquitous mobile phones.

Mobile India 2011 will explore developments on the above areas of Smartphones, appstores, and mobile cloud. These developments also throw up challenges both to the operators and broadband content providers. With bandwidth hungry applications clogging their networks, the US operators have started putting restrictions on the applications that can run on their 3G networks. However the “net neutrality” advocates oppose them. Can the ecosystem comprising of content developers, platform providers and network operators come together (with of course assistance from regulators and policy makers) to make it a win-win for all? Moible India 2011 will try to find answers to these questions through three panels comprising of some of the best minds and leaders in the telecom world.

http://www.momob.in/2010/general/admin/mobile-india-2011/

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Have you?
developed any mobile application(s)?
thought of showcasing the app to a technical audience of early adopters, developers?
Considered getting your app validated for idea, execution, UX etc.
felt the need to hand out with other developers to learn, share ideas, hack together?
missed informed people giving feedback on what works and what doesn’t with your app?
Here’s your chance!
Demo your mobile app at AppJam Bangalore on 15th May 2010. Get instant feedback, technical solutions and kudos. AppJam Bangalore will showcase of 30 of the finest mobile apps. An eminent jury of industry experts and tech savvy audience will judge and voting for the apps they like. Never before has such an audience come together in one room to focus on mobile apps. Grab this incredible opportunity now. Did we mention the demo is completely FREE?

Register

Here is how you can grab this opportunity in four steps?
Register at URL for the App Demo
Last date of submission is 8th May 2010
You will need to answer few questions about you app development thought process.
Sorry only three steps are required!

Coverage and Exposure
On-line coverage of the event and your app write-up on the blog.
Off-line media coverage about the event.
Bragging rights when you win the prize of Best Mobile App @AppJam
A chance to interact with all stakeholders of the mobile app biz ecosystem.

You can find more details at http://www.appjam.in/
Venue: IIMB Auditorium
Date: Saturday, 15th May 2010.
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

With Regards&Thanks,
—Rohit Mishra
—MoMoB
—9379446943
http://momob.in

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the developer conference that was earlier discussed in the list. “Mobile Developer Conference – Emerging Edition” is a whole day conference and will be held on March 27, 2010. To know more and

register for the event visit http://devcon.momob.in

The Venue is Spring Hall, Royal Orchid, Old Airport Road, Bangalore.

The Program Agenda is here!
http://devcon.momob.in/schedule.html

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Tweetup to share notes on stuff that happened at /during MWC that we  followed physically or virtually. Madan was present at the Mobile World Congress and he will be anchoring the discussion.

About Madanmohan Rao: A consultant and writer from Bangalore, is Research Director at the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), Singapore. Madan also works on some MoMo Global Projects with Jari Tamissto, CEO of MoMo Oy and a few others.

Confirm your participation by clicking add your name here http://twtvite.com/b6ssqv

Venue:

Mobile Monday Bangalore Trust

#57, Huligadarivasa,
KHB Colony, Koramangla 5th Block,
Bangalore – 560095
India
(Ph) 080-41100487
(M) +91-9379446943

Map:
View MOMOB in a larger map

Date and Time:

Friday, February 26th, 2010

TweetUp Starts at 18:00 HRs

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The Bangalore Android group’s Meetup is targeted towards people who are linked to Google Android in some or the other way. Aim of this meetup would be to share Android specific knowledge and networking among the Android enthusiasts.
When: Saturday, February 20, 2010 10:30 AM
Where:
Strumsoft
#1670, 18th Cross, M.C.Layout, Vijayanagar
Bengaluru
+91 80 41519590
 
RSVP limit: 50 “Yes” and “Maybe” RSVPs (10 more seats left)
 
If the changes affect your plans to attend, please take a moment to update your RSVP. (You can RSVP “No” or “Maybe” as well as “Yes”.)
 
You can always get in touch with me through the “Contact Organizer” link on Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/The-Bangalore-Android-Group/suggestion/

Regards,

Bhavya Siddappa

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momob Workshop at MOMOB-Crypto SMS

 

Mobile Media & Dataveillance–How To Encrypt SMSWorks

The number of mobile phone users is expected to exceed the 4 billion
mark by the end of this year — that’s more than two thirds of the
world’s population. And the number of text messages is expected to reach
a whopping 1.8 trillion in 2010.1 From the U.S. to Moldova to Iran to
Uganda cell phones have facilitated all kinds of activism. While mobile
phones bring many benefits to social movements, it is important to be
aware of the digital data trails they leave behind.
                   This workshop has three parts:
First, an overview on surveillance of mobile communication with special
reference to the European Union Directive on Data Retention of
Communication.
Second, a presentation of the mobile application CryptoSMS.org, an open
source Gpl’d tool for the exchange of encrypted text messages.
Third, you’ll have a chance to get your inner hacker on with a hands-on
workshop. We’ll install the encryption software on our cell phones,
initialize them, exchange keys, and send encrypted SMS messages.
(as this is the first time usage of CryptoSMS.org in India, this is
Speaker’s Profile :
Oli has been involved with the CryptoSMS.org project since its
inception, and mainly keeps the project organized, does the
communication work and strongly enforces the support of many languages
in the CryptoSMS.org user interface. At the moment he is traveling to a
couple of global cities to conduct research on mobile media and
dataveillance, interviewing participants in social movements, hackers
and artists about their use of mobile media. He is based in Hamburg,
where he suffers from bad weather but enjoys people and culture

For Registration  http://workshopatmomob.eventbrite.com/
For More Details Visit  http://www.momob.in

 

Mobile Media & Dataveillance–How To Encrypt SMSWorks

For more Details Visit:  http://momob.in/w/


When:

12th-oct-2009
Time 6:30 to 8:30 P.M

Venue:

Mobile Monday Bangalore Trust:

#57, Huligadarivasa,

KHB Colony, Koramangla 5th Block,

Bangalore – 560095

India

http://momob.in

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