Untether Talks in Toronto: A conversation on the future of mobile

This week (June 26 and 27) in Toronto, the Untether Talks conference will take place.  If you’re interested in mobile and what some of the best experts in the mobile space think will happen over the next few years as mobile computing grabs greater traction, you’ll want to join the talks by registering here.

In a nutshell, this is what Untether Talks are (from their website):

“Mobile is not an industry. It is a disruptive revolution that will affect every industry, nation, and economy. But the global shift to mobile has created as many questions about the future as it has opportunities. Enter UNTETHER.talks: a two-day summit where the brightest minds in mobile seek to answer these questions and apprehend the opportunities.”

I’ll be speaking about Microsoft’s multi-screen mobile strategy and the design glue that binds it together (if you guessed Metro, you’d be correct).  That session is at 3:00PM ET on June 26 and  I’m really looking forward to it!

There are going to be some great personalities speaking at the conference, including Amber MacArthur, Kunal Gupta, Whurley, Scott Kveton, and Rick Segal.

You can also follow Untether Talks on Twitter and follow the conversation on Twitter via #UTalks.

If you get a chance to stop by my session at Untether Talks, please say hello – it would be great to chat!

Comments (1)

  1. Guy Manningham says:

    Adjusting to the undeniable power of mobile is a necessary task. Just look at Facebook's IPO and how it was affected by it's mobile platform.


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