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Unexplored opportunities of mobile: Android, tablet, and wearables

This sponsored post is produced by LOGIN.

Mobile platform and wearable technology don’t show any signs of slowing up global market size. The ubiquity of connected devices, global uptake of smartphones and wearable technology, and widespread access to the Internet mean that we have access to millions of users and the number is getting bigger everyday.

The LOGIN Conference 2014 brings today’s industry leaders of the mobile platform and the developers of the next wave technology together. The main purpose is to guide the direction to unexplored opportunities of mobile and wearable technology. LOGIN Conference 2014 will dive into the rapidly growing Android market and discuss the challenges and solutions of building mobile and tablet app and games, give valuable information about mobile marketing and advertising, and detail the building of successful devices that millions of people are using daily. The future of wearable technology, success stories, and investment and acquisition practices also find a place at the LOGIN Conference 2014 on May 8 at The Factory in San Francisco.

The LOGIN Conference team is thrilled to announce the partnership with VentureBeat’s seventh annual MobileBeat 2014. To celebrate this partnership, we are sharing a special 25 percent off code, mobilebeatfor all exclusive VentureBeat readers and attendees.

Save the date: May 8. You are invited to the LOGIN Conference 2014 to meet and listen to the industry leaders of mobile platform and wearable technology. We’ll announce a stellar speaker list and cutting-edge sessions on the official LOGIN Conference website.


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