DiscoveryBeat 2010 photo gallery: a summary of tips and tricks, with pictures

Who will be the Google of discovery? VentureBeat tackled that tantalizing question at our DiscoveryBeat 2010 event in San Francisco on Monday. More than 200 attendees listened to talks on how to get apps noticed. We had the full ecosystem of discovery there, from successful app developers to PR folks to social game platform makers.

Why Foursquare doesn’t owe its success to the iPhone

Location-based check-in service Foursquare saw a massive amount of success, both globally and in the United States, because it focused on multiple mobile platforms rather than a single one like Apple’s iPhone operating system or Google’s Android, according to Foursquare executive Holger Luedorf.

YD Online’s Angel’s Choice app to help with iPhone discovery

Getting stuff discovered on the App Store is pretty tough, considering there are about 300,000 apps available. But there’s an app for that. YD Online is launching its Angel’s Choice app today at the DiscoveryBeat 2010 conference in San Francisco.

DiscoveryBeat 2010: Final agenda at a glance

If you haven’t heard our trumpets blasting over the past few weeks, you may be interested to know that DiscoveryBeat 2010 is coming up on Monday. And it’s about time we posted our final agenda.

7 new experts who will share their app secrets at DiscoveryBeat 2010

We’re entering the home stretch in preparations for DiscoveryBeat 2010, our conference about how to get apps noticed. DiscoveryBeat 2010 is an event focused on the secret recipes for application discovery and monetization. Our newest speakers represent vital parts of the ecosystem, from investors to app creators and experts who cover the space. Due to its success in 2009, the conference has expanded to a full-day event and will be held on October 18 at The Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco. Get your tickets here.

DiscoveryBeat 2010 drumbeat continues with latest speaker additions

The list of great speakers for DiscoveryBeat 2010 keeps growing. DiscoveryBeat 2010 is an event focused on the “secret recipe” for application discovery and monetization. Our newest speakers represent vital parts of the ecosystem for getting content noticed.

DiscoveryBeat 2010 speakers: More top thinkers to delve into art of discovery

We’re pleased to announce some more big thinkers slated to speak at DiscoveryBeat 2010, the conference addressing the evolving problem of discovery in an era full of app stores and content. Our newest speakers represent vital parts of the ecosystem for getting content noticed.

DiscoveryBeat 2010: Check out our latest speakers for getting content noticed

We’re pleased to announced some heavy hitters at DiscoveryBeat 2010. The conference addressing the evolving problem of discovery in an era full of app stores and content. Our newest speakers have navigated these stores and managed to get their content noticed in a big way.

Last chance for DiscoveryBeat 2010 early-bird ticket rate — expires 9/22

It’s official. You’ve only got one week left to save 30 percent on tickets to DiscoveryBeat 2010, the year’s hottest app discovery conference. You can register here. Due to its success in 2009, DiscoveryBeat has expanded to a full-day event and will be held on October 18th at The Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco. Here’s the rundown:

With 250,000 iPhone apps, can you find the one you want?

Apple’s App Store now has more than 250,000 apps, just two years and a couple of months after it opened. The 148Apps.biz web site now counts 252,227 active apps for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.

Angry Birds sells 6.5M units on iPhone and flies to new smartphones

The creators of smash hit game Angry Birds visited me yesterday, and they were all smiles. The two developers from Helsinki-based company Rovio have sold more than 6.5 million copies of the iPhone game on the App Store since December. And the free version of the game, which entices people to upgrade to the pay version, has been downloaded more than 11 million times in 60 countries.