Atelier's First 2010 TechRadar Explores Mobile

By February 25, 2010 2 comments

Tuesday night, Atelier hosted our latest TechRadar event, which focused on the latest in mobile innovation. From location-based gaming and discovery to real-time traffic analysis (and new models of crowdsourcing) to mobile app

design, the companies presenting at Tuesday’s TechRadar highlighted some of the many computing innovations brought about by the mobile revolution.

We thank Booyah, Aloqa, Waze and Bamboudesign for presenting their wonderful products at the event. A huge thanks goes out to Cathy Brooks for moderating the event, as well.

We’ll follow up with posts on each of the presenting companies.

Atelier’s TechRadar series explores the latest computing innovations, presenting companies that we believe highlight the best of the Silicon Valley ecosystem.

The theme of our next TechRadar will be payments. Please check back – or feel free to contact us – for more info.

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[...] until you stop using the browser all the time to type things in,” Agrawal said at Tuesday’s TechRadar. “That pull-based usage of the phone is not the way Mr. Bell intended [...]

Submitted by Learn What’s Going on Around You with Aloqa’s Lo (not verified) - on February 26, 2010 at 03:38 pm

[...] “What we’re doing is building an entire geostack, from the base map itself – of which traditionally there are only a couple of providers – all the way up to the levels of social information,” explained Waze’s Di-Ann Eisnor while presenting the company at last week’s TechRadar. [...]

Submitted by Waze Uses Game Elements to Build Crowdsourced Real-Time Traf (not verified) - on March 01, 2010 at 06:15 pm

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