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I think it’s going to be fun, because we’ve gathered all the significant mobile players under same roof: Carriers, handset manufacturers, operating systems, content providers, top investors, and leading start-ups. We’ll have cocktail party to cap it off. We’ve got just a few tickets left.
Our latest addition is Bart Decrem, of Tapulous, which owns the most successful iPhone application to date: Tap Tap Revenge, a game that is a cross between Guitar Hero and Dance Dance Revolution. He will let us know what it’s like to be in trenches of the iPhone furor, tell us what apps have been successful (it’s music, stupid), and how he plans to keep the lead by maneuvering within Apple’s software developer terms.
We’ll also have some notable first looks at some data provided by companies focused on iPhone traffic trends, such as Pinch Media and Medialets. I’ll try not to spill a the beans here, but the numbers they’re seeing are quite profound.
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