Mobile at LinuxWorld

My client, ACCESS, is hosting ACCESS Developer Day at LinuxWorld tomorrow, August 5 in San Francisco. ACCESS’s NetFront Browser is installed on over 500,000,000 mobile phones worldwide. Tomorrow they are announcing widgets for NetFront which promises to be an important opportunity for developers and content providers alike.

I sat down with Larry Berkin, VP of developer ecosystem and technology acquisition to hear a little more about ACCESS and their plans for Developer Day. Larry’s keynote will address opportunities for developers on the ACCESS Linux Platform as well as share his impressions of the VC funding landscape in the hot mobile space.

You can listen to my interview with Larry on BlogTalkRadio.



Client ACCESS is going to LinuxWorld in San Francisco next week. They’ll be  showing their new NetFront Browser widgets for mobile handsets, mobile internet devices and consumer electronics products. All of this is made possible by their ACCESS Linux Platform (ALP). They’ve recently launched a site devoted to NetFront Browser widgets. You can download and try Windows Mobile device widgets for free.

ACCESS is sponsoring a Developer Day on Tuesday, August 5th and they are speaking on a panel called Mobile Linux and the Open Internet Generation. I’ll be there all day Tuesday and will be featuring ACCESS on  a few episodes of Digital Society, my BlogTalkRadio show. Hope to see you there!