Three days of workshops, keynotes, and 90+ technical and marketing sessions and panels led by an international roster of industry experts and engineers.
- Optimizing mobile applications
- Securing enterprise applications
- The future of wearables
- Connecting to the smart home
- Building for state-of-the-art TV
- Tips for improving user experience
- Gaming and entertainment
- Leveraging location-based services
- Innovations in health and wellness
- Marketing and business opportunities
- Updates on the latest development tools
By now it is also well known that mobile commerce capabilities are crucial to any business that sells online. In the U.S. alone, mobile commerce market is poised to hit $114 billion in 2014, and projected to influence more than $600 billion in total retail sales by 2016, according to Forrester Research.
Steve Jobs acquired many tech rivals in the 80s with the emergence of Apple in particular, IBM. After 30 years of competition and clashing with IBM, the two companies have laid down a truce in the form of a business partnership working together to co-develop business-centric apps for iPhones and iPads.
In a previous blog, we discussed how mobile payment apps were on the rise an how the early adopters of these mobile payment apps as well as the companies that back them expect that mobile payment apps will expand and phase out the traditional uses of the physical wallet. We already have Google’s Wallet, Apple’s Passbook, Paypal, the Square all competing to control “what goes in your wallet”