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Friday, April 13, 2007 

Google, Symbian, AdMob set for Mobile 2.0-focused Forum Oxford conference

It’s called Forum Oxford: Future Technologies, and is being held on 13th April 2007, with speakers from Google, Vodafone, Three, Symbian, Ofcom and AdMob among others.

The idea is to “explore emerging technologies with an emphasis on Mobile / Web 2.0 innovations”, and Google’s Shannon Maher is the keynote speaker.

There’ll also be informal networking, a round-table session, and a Q&A at the event, and the whole shebang costs £95 including lunch and drinks. Oh, and free Wi-Fi – a blogger’s paradise!
Forum Oxford website

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