Google Android at MobileBeat 2008
What is MobileBeat? It’s a VentureBeat held Mobile Conference that is actually now underway and will continue for the whole day. How sweet is it to just sit down with a bunch of people within the industry and talk mobile technology among other things all day?
Among the attendees at MobileBeat are as follows:
- Rich Miner, Android/Google, Group Manager, Wireless Programs
- Sumit Agarwal, Google, Product Manager, Mobile
- Matt Murphy, Kleiner Perkins Caulfield Byers, Partner, Head of â€œiFundâ€
- Mike Baker, Nokia, VP and Head of Nokia Interactive
Those are just a few of the attendees, you can head over to the Washignton Post for more. Keep your browsers locked on AndroidGuys as we’ll be sure to update you with any relevant news.
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