Things You Should Have Seen – last week

This week’s LAVA calendar has Green LAVA down at ROC on Thursday night – 6:30 PM.  New day, new time, new venue – what’s not to like.  Lachlan McLean (US Renewables Group), Neal Roche (Gridtest), Jordan Ramer (EV Connect) will join moderator Marty Metro (Used Cardboard Boxes).  The following Thursday evening at tiato, LAVA Healthcare and LAVA Mobile will combine forces and feature Jack Young of Qualcomm Ventures and moderator Richard Koffler.  Sure to be a fascinating couple of events – go register at LAVA.org.

So without further delay – here is the stuff you should have been paying attention to last week – Sep 9 – Sep 15, 2012.

iPhone5 Sweepstakes – Fierce Wireless

Another OS joins the wireless fray – Wall Street Journal

The soft underbelly of Android – threatpost

Spectrum Perspectives – the Hill

European Theater of Patent Wars – the Guardian

Locking up by locking down – Wired

Groupon going mobile – Mobile Commerce Daily

Faster please – Computerworld

New brand, same issues – Wirelessweek

Booster shot – Herald Online

HTML5 out, ratings up for iOS FB app – TechCrunch

TweetCon 5 – Mashable Mobile

Really? – Byte

Of Course They Are – GigaOM

Do QR codes have a future? – the eTail blog

Just because you can doesn’t mean you should – All Things D

Is it flattery if you imitate yourself? – Boy Genius

Brick & Mobile – Information Week

This and $1.95 will get you a cup of coffee at Starbucks – Pew Internet 

#embedtimelines – Twitter

Turning over the Apple Cult – Tech Crunch

That’s it for the week that was.  Come on back next week to see more.

The Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week is a compilation of articles, opinions, stories of interest to the mobile community presented by LAVA Mobile – a Strategic Interest Group of the Los Angeles Venture Association.  LAVA Mobile is generously sponsored by E&Y and Gumiyo.

 

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