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We’re in the final countdown for D: Dive Into Mobile, but the conference lineup continues to grow. The event will be a place to explore all the implications of the mobile revolution — from the iPad phenomenon to the impact of shared data plans to the arrival of sub-$100 smartphones in the developing world.
While it was heartbreaking to have to postpone the conference due to Hurricane Sandy, we’ve been using our time wisely by adding a number of speakers and demos to cover even more ground for the rescheduled event, set for April 15 and 16 in New York.
Among the recent additions are Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt as well as top executives from Twitter, Telefonica and Millennial Media.
The newly announced speakers join a lineup that already includes Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer, Windows Phone head Terry Myerson and Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs.
Beyond those well known U.S. names, the conference lives up to its “Global Edition” billing, drawing speakers from China, Brazil, Russia and Israel, as well as other parts of Europe, Asia and Africa.
Additionally, our Global Voices segment will allow attendees to hear firsthand from people whose lives have personally been changed by mobile technology.
The original dates of D: Dive Into Mobile sold out; only a handful of tickets remain for the new dates, so get yours now.
D: Dive Into Mobile – Global Edition will take place April 15-16, 2013 at the Museum of Jewish Heritage and The Ritz-Carlton, Battery Park in New York City. Learn more, get the full speaker lineup or register today
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