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Next Gen Mobile Apps Panel Launches
Launched earlier this month, the University of Oxford Next Generation Mobile
Applications Panel is already attracting some of the best and most creative thinkers in
the mobile applications industry...
University of Oxford Launches Next Generation Mobile
Launched earlier this month, the University of Oxford Next
Generation Mobile Applications Panel is already attracting some
of the best and most creative thinkers in the mobile apps
industry, gaining 165+ members in its first 10 days.
This web discussion forum is a joint Oxford University
initiative between industry and the Department of Continuing
The Next Generation Mobile Applications Panel will bring
together the best thinkers in the telecoms industry and enable
the discussion of thoughts and ideas on all aspects of Mobile
Applications with other like-minded members of the
A quarterly journal will also be produced to enable the most
interesting topics and insightful comments to be published under
the auspices of the Oxford University Next Generation Mobile
Chaired by Ajit Jaokar, Futuretext Publishing and the Forum
Moderator, and Tomi Ahonen, author and 3G Consultant, the
forum is free to join and is sponsored by the University of
Oxford Electronics and Telecoms Programme.
To register for the forum visit http://openmoodle.conted.ox.ac.uk
You can register using the "create new account"
section on the right-hand side of the above webpage (ignore the
references to "courses").