Clear your calendar – It’s going down! Street Fight is coming to Boston and ‘Mobile Local Boston’ happens on June 8th. You’re invited to take part in the festivities. Sip Wine Bar and Kitchen (581 Washington Street) is our meeting spot for a night of fun and excitement. Come one, come all, and hang loose.
We’ll hear from industry experts Randy Parker and David Hirschman about the convergence of local+mobile for on-demand services, targeted advertising, and customization of the mobile expeirence.
Food will be served and there will be a cash bar.
Register here (online event registration via SplashThat)
Upon first glimpse you’re taken to a simple, no BS page that needs a phone number, what better to enter the number you’re trying to search. It then prompts you with simple information about this person, then asking if you’d like to continue to find out more; and we can say it’s worth it. While not only being overflown with information, all of it was LEGITIMATE. I started telling everyone that knew about Momovan to hop on this and get what they need.
PhoneDetective is the source we’ve deemed extremely useful, and will continue to say that until we find a better one.
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Tracking down the identity of an unknown caller is not as hard as you might think. Although you could find out the information you want for free, a lot of your success will depend on luck. It is far easier to get a membership at a private reverse cell phone directory because you are guaranteed to get what you want — owner details, like name, address and wireless service carrier.
People need to lookup phone number details for a variety of reasons. Whether you are concerned about the kids your teenager has been hanging out with, or need to stop a very annoying prank caller, or even need to stop a harassing stalker, conducting a reverse cell phone trace is a very legitimate means of investigating a questionable person — especially if you suspect your significant other may be cheating on you.
But again, in order to find out an unknown person’s identity for free, you’re going to have to be lucky. The only way you can find his or her private information is if they have willingly put it up on the Internet. That way, you can find it by doing a search with their phone number on the major search engines, like Google, Yahoo and MSN. Otherwise, your only option is to make a small investment with a real cell phone database that allows you to conduct reverse lookups on virtually any phone number.
The reason that you can’t find cell phone details online for free is because of the transitory nature of a cell phone number’s life span. People are always changing cell numbers, and as a result they are just too difficult to track on a consistent basis (for free). Maintaining an accurate and up-to-date cell phone database is simply too difficult and costs too much money for it to be available online for free. People are also worried about having their phone numbers out in the open for telemarketers to exploit, so the government has made it very difficult for people to uncover cell phone number details.
But don’t worry, accurate and current reverse cell phone number lookup directories do exist and are very affordable. The best ones will allow you to purchase a lifetime membership for unlimited searches, or, if you don’t feel the need for unlimited access, you can make a smaller investment for just one lookup. They will allow you to do a free preliminary search to see if the information you are seeking is available in their database, at which point you can decide whether or not you want to get it.
There are many people who would not like to pick up a phone call from anonymous callers. The good thing for them is that there are a number of websites which offer reverse phone lookup services.
All you can do is type in the phone number and you will receive some details which include the home addresss, name of the owner and any additional phone numbers if they are there.
Reverse phone lookup is the best way to go when looking for the identity of someone without having to call them.
The process is very simple but it comes at a cost. The monthly membership can be as high as $40.This may not be very ideal for someone who would like to figure out who the owner of one number is.
However,those people who receive frequent calls from different unknown numbers may benefit from the service .
Online reverse phone lookup services are very reliable and have registered very high success rates. They have very wide information to offer about certain mysterious callers.
You will notice that regardless of the number which you input, you will get the name of the person and other extensive details.
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Mobile Monday Boston’s recent event, “Internet of Things (IoT)”, was hosted at the IBM Innovation Center in Cambridge. From 3D data solutions to state of the art ventilations systems and everything else in between, the demo booths really told the story of what and how the Internet of Things works. After a bit of networking and getting a quick overview of each demo, attendees were welcomed to hear and learn more about what each company had to offer during the speaker session.
IBM Bluemix – Bluemix is an implementation of IBM’s Open Cloud Architecture, leveraging Cloud Foundry to enable developers to rapidly build, deploy, and manage their cloud applications, while tapping a growing ecosystem of available services and runtime frameworks. IBM will provide services and runtimes into the ecosystem based on their extensive software portfolio.
Revvo – “The world’s smartest exercise bike”, Revvo is an up and coming Fitness Company creating an “all in one” fitness bike that helps track your fitness levels with innovative sensors, guides you to cycle at precisely the right intensity with the help of bio-adaptive technology, and best part of all, each training session is only 10 minutes long!
ecovent – State of the art ventilation systems that gives you room-by-room temperature control in the palm of your hand, making your home more comfortable and efficient. Ecovent works with your existing central air system so there’s no nee for a total house renovation.
Robin – Robin is software for your building. It uses the latest sensors (i.e. Estimote iBeacons) and wireless technology to connect the people, devices, and systems you already have. Helping rooms react and making work delightful, one room at a time. ‘Smarter office, less bullsh*t’.
DOT Product 3D– DotProduct 3D develops high performance, easy to use solutions for capturing 3D data. The Phi.3D software turns any Android tablet into a 3D-cature and processing solution that delivers results before you leave the worksite.
Red Light Positioning – Powerful Real-Time Location System (RTLS) platform that offers class-defining features such as high accuracy, real-time updates, and sensor connectivity. It is a complete, self-contained, highly configurable solution with straightforward, user-friendly APIs that allow localization capability to be seamlessly integrated into end-user applications.
Onkal – A simple-to-use invention that connects elderly and those with special needs to their family and caregivers. It provides a team approach to helping care for a loved one, while allowing them to continue to live independently in their home.
As always, a big thanks to our amazing sponsors who helped make this event possible.
WinterWyman – A leading recruitment firm headquartered in the Northeast for more than 40 years, WinterWyman has helped thousands of companies, from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups – identify, attract and recruit talented professionals.
CTIA – Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association is an industry trade group that represents the international wireless telecommunications industry. Its members include cellular, personal communication services and enhanced specialized mobile radio providers and suppliers, and providers and manufacturers of wireless data services and products.
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Join Mobile Monday for an event on the intersection of Internet of Things and the mobile industry.
See live demos and listen to expert speakers from Boston area startups who are pioneering this space:
When: November 3rd, 2014, doors open at 6pm
Where: IBM Innovation Center, 1 Rogers St, Cambridge MA 02142
Advance registration is required.
Thanks to our sponsors for supporting this community event.
Want to join an impromptu Apple Pay launch party? Sign up here. Tentatively Oct 20th (based on the latest rumors). Bring an NFC iPhone if you have one.
Join the App Developers Alliance for the Make Money With Apps Workshop in Boston this Thursday, October 9.
- Gain key insights from industry leaders at GSN Games, Millennial Media, Smaato, OpenX, PreApps and more on how to leverage monetization strategies, enhance user-experience, boost engagement, and generate revenue from your apps.
- Learn how to build apps that more efficiently use, measure, and manage data
- Grab a drink after the workshop with speakers and attendees at Hack/Reduce in the heart of Kendall Square (beer, wine, and pizza served).
Register with code BosTech to reserve your place for free. Space is limited.
Internet of Things (call for event speakers)
We are planning our first Mobile Monday event on the Internet of Things. The next generation of the Internet belongs to interconnected devices. Network enabled and embedded with sensors and computers, these devices will soon be an ubiquitous part of our life.
Stay tuned for your invitation to the event on November 3rd at the IBM Innovation Center in Cambridge. Attendees will learn from experts, see demonstrations, and share information about the technology enabling this upcoming revolution and get a glimpse of companies from Boston area working on IoT.
If you are interested in speaking or demonstrating, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
TCN Event: Angel Funding
October 14 at Constant Contact
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Cyber Security Event
October 16 at the State House
Boston New Technology October
October 20 at PayPal Boston
Stay turned for upcoming Mobile Monday events
Internet of Things
Annual Startup Expo
Thanks to our sponsors
CTIA – The Wireless Association® is an international nonprofit membership organization that has represented the wireless communications industry since 1984. Membership in the association includes wireless carriers and their suppliers, as well as providers and manufacturers of wireless data services and products. www.ctia.org
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After a long summer off, Mobile Monday is kicking off the fall season. Our organizing team met last month and have some great stuff in the works. Interest in mobile keeps growing and we’ve recently passed over 9,000 people in the Mobile Monday Boston community.
We’ll be holding our first event focused on the topic of the Internet of Things and Connected Devices. This event will showcase both startups and established companies in the Boston area.
The Mobile Expo is a regular event for us where we invite dozens of early stage mobile startups in the Boston region to set up demo tables.
We also putting together another new event topic which is Mobile Security.
We’ll be posting more information soon.
This past week, District Hall once again opened up its doors and welcomed Mobile Monday Boston for one of the most popular events of the year- Mobile Healthcare.
With over 300 in attendance, the hall filled with people buzzing about what’s new in the healthcare industry in terms of mobile- the innovative use of FitBit’s API’s and how they use the data, how AthenaHealth partners with other companies, how to obtain a quicker and easier doctor’s visits with American Well, and what other types of wearable devices are out there from other companies such as, Quanttus & QMedic Health.
We had some great speakers who explained more about their companies, as well as, introduce us to what’s coming up next in healthcare. We were also introduced to a few new startup companies not only from the United States, but also from our neighbor to the south, Mexico.
Lastly, a special shout out goes to our wonderful partner, special media sponsor and our sponsors who continue to make momoboston a success!
MassTLC – Region’s leading technology association and the premier network for tech executives, entrepreneurs, investors and policy leaders. MassTLC’s purpose is to accelerate innovation by connecting people from across the technology landscape, providing access to industry leading content and ideas and offering a platform for visibility for member companies and their interests.
MobiHealthNews – Online news publisher that is the leading provider of news, commentary, online events and research for the global mobile health community. MobiHealthNews works continuously to deliver some of the best and most insightful digital health publications, which include a collection of paid content reports, including: mObesity, The Coming Medical Tablet War, Consumer Health Apps and more.
WinterWyman– A leading recruitment firm headquartered in the Northeast for more than 40 years, WinterWyman has helped thousands of companies, from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups – identify, attract and recruit talented professionals.
Mobiquity – With locations around the world, Mobiquity is an innovative firm that simplifies mobile for hundreds of companies. They push the envelope of innovation to deliver the right solution to address business challenges or surface business opportunities by designing, building, deploying and managing mobile solutions that work for your business.
And we can’t forget the demo tables at our event which included: Quanttus, QMedicHealth, Personal Remedies & Wellcoin.
Quanttus – Their vision is “to transform personal health by providing people with convenient and clinically relevant clarity about their body and by delivering actionable insights that lead the way to a a healthier life”. Built on revolution sensing techniques developed at MIT , Quanttus has set out to create a wearable compact device and a powerful analytical platform that has the potential to offer useful insights and guidance for the wearer.
QMedicHealth– “Help! I’ve fallen and I can’t get up”! We’ve all heard that commercial and maybe one of our loved ones own one, but besides calling a paramedic, what else can it do? QMedicHealth’s state of the art wearable device identifies abnormal behavior and sends real time alerts to caregivers. Caregivers are able to view and share data, identify health declines before an emergency occurs.
Wellcoin – Get rewards for just being healthy?…where do I sign up?! Wellcoin is the brainchild of the world’s first virtual, positive healthy currency where users earn wellcoins when they do healthy activities and in return, redeem them for goods, services and deals.
Personal Remedies – Nutrition and health right in the palm of your hand that holds your smartphone, Personal Remedies supplies the software and knowledge that enables diverse organizations to provide personal nutrition and health info customized to unique profiles and goals of an individual. Through patent-pending technology , Personal Remedies provides users with clear, concise, unbiased and actionable information — not volumes of data, articles, books and editorials.
This month’s Mobile Monday Boston’s Mobile Healthcare event recap post was written by guest blogger Ashley Osgood.
As a B2B marketer in the Boston-based Skyhook Wireless, I had the opportunity to attend this past Mobile Monday Boston, which highlighted the rapidly maturing mobile healthcare technology industry. Speakers from AthenaHealth, American Well, Fitbit, Quanttus and QMedicHealth all shared their perspectives on mobile health and the benefits of an always on, always available health care ecosystem. The two prominent themes throughout the evening centered around wearable technology for continuous fitness and health monitoring as well as convenient, readily available health care from any location with telehealth – here are some highlights:
1) Wearable technology offers always on fitness and health monitoring
Will Crawford, Head of the Boston Office for Fitbit began the wearables discussion, commenting that wearable technology offers actionable data which customers can use to make better health decisions. In a mobile world where we are in control of gathering our own health data via wearable technology and fitness trackers, we now have the ability to interpret our own data in order to change our behavior for a healthier lifestyle. Consumers are no longer as passive as they once were: they want to manage their health and have an active role in their wellness.
Scott Mackie of Quanttus added to the discussion by sharing how sensing technology allows us to gather truly continuous data when technology is something you can wear all the time. This continuous data gives us context on what we are doing that might be affecting our blood pressure, for example. This technology takes us to a new frontier, because nobody knows what data on continuous blood pressure can tell us. “We need to extract meaning from this data and turn it into something useful,” says Mackie. “Insight into continuous health data enables prevention and inspires proactivity.” So far, Quanttus has made two medical diagnoses from the data their sensing technology has gathered, although these discoveries were not revealed at this time.
Sombit Mishra of QMedicHealth also commented on wearables, pointing out that their technology can continuously monitor behavior in the home and can send real-time alerts to caregivers when problems or unnatural behavior is detected. QMedic is the only medical alert solution that alerts when a user is not wearing the device, fails to get out of bed, or is out of the home. This always-on monitoring functionality enables peace of mind for loved ones who can’t be there all the time but who want to monitor how grandma is doing.
2) Telehealth for readily available, convenient health care from any location
Mary Modahl of American Well then spoke about telehealth, beginning the discussion by explaining that healthcare is shifting due to an increase in access to insurance. This shift has created more demand for doctors than there is supply. One idea behind mobile health is to create a convenient and easy way for health care to be available, and for doctors to manage their patients.
Chip Ach of AthenaHealth also commented on how important it is to get to a health care system that is centered around convenience and optimized around accessibility in order to increase patient satisfaction. He spoke about the vision he has to provide a solution to the gap between provider needs and company solutions. In order to do so, they needed to build the right relationship, which consists of a trial and error process that he compares to dating.
Mobile Monday this month brought to light one of the notoriously slowest-to-adopt-technology industry, healthcare – yet it’s essential for the existing provider processes to keep up in such a rapidly growing and tech-savvy population. Thankfully, new mobile technology and innovation being conducted by the above companies is leading to the development of new opportunities for convenient health care. Enhanced device functionality layered with context enables patients to better control their own fitness and health data.
The above is an excerpt from the original Mobile Monday post, which you can read in full at the Skyhook Blog. Ashley Osgood works as Content Marketing Manager for Skyhook Wireless, and manages their company blog.