Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week

Next LAVA Mobile Event:  Mobile in Automotive

Last week LAVA hosted PwC’s Shaking the Money Tree 1st Quarter review of venture investing.  The three VCs (Jon Funk – Ocean Road Partners; Eric Manlunas – Siemer Ventures and Mark Suster – GRP Partners) on the discussion panel were all very bullish on the Los Angeles start-up scene, investment opportunities and the emergence of mobile enabled products/services.  So onto things you should note from last week – May 20-26.

Government’s embrace of digital tech – Whitehouse dot gov

Spooky – InformationWeek

Qualcomm Invests in India – The Economic Times

Directions to Igen Weyr – Digital Trends

Yahoo pivot – CNet

Coming to Android Soon – Google Mobile Blog

On the Razr’s edge – Businessweek

Gender bender – ReadWriteWeb

Hopping Mad – Boy Genius

Hopping Onboard – Tech Crunch

Somebody had to take RIM’s place – Computerworld

BYOD hangover – Information Week

GameStore takes off – FierceMobileContent

It should be intuitive – GigaOM

Selling Malware – PC Magazine

Flash-Matic Pioneer Polley – Gizmodo

Operating Room – Wall Street Journal

Offloading traffic to WiFi – USA Today

And your point is? – The Next Web

Sniffing about for news – The Mac Observer

Pugnacious – CNN Money

Siren Song – CNN Money

An app a day– Mashable

That’s it for this week.  Thanks for stopping by.

SYSHS – last week: a compilation of online resources examining the rapidly expanding world of ubiquitous computing.  LAVA Mobile is a Strategic Interest Group of the Los Angeles Venture Association.  LAVA Mobile is generously supported by E&Y and Gumiyo.


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