On Wednesday, April 7, 2010 in Palo Alto at the offices of Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP, the German American Business Association of California (GABA) presented â€œPhone Wars II: The Software. â€ Steffen Bartschat of Hill88 Consulting moderated panelists Daniel Kellmereit of Detecon, Angela Nicoara of Deutsche Telekom Inc., Ray Milhem of Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority and Christof Wittig of Servo Software. The panel gave measured reasonable assessments of the current and possible future situations. Bartschat put together a splendid slide show and the event was captured on video so contact GABA for details. Text from DJCline.com
From my viewpoint, mobile phones are now much more than their hardware. Soon all mobile phones will have internet capabilities but they will all give different experiences. Like the the personal computer industry in the 1980s two different strategies predominate. Some say Apple iPhone has a closed system and Google Android has an open one, but both have large communities of developers building and selling applications. It is not clear who will win. Text from DJCline.com
Most consumers do not care about the specifics behind the devices. They want the phone to perform certain tasks without a lot of hassle or cost. Ideally it should be a mobile device that does not require a service contract with a manufacturer or carrier, good reliable power and easy access to the web. Ultimately hardware or the software that runs on it will be irrelevant to running web applications on the cloud. Anything that interferes with that will drive consumers away. Text from DJCline.com
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