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I’m the former editor of PC Magazine, Editor in Chief of FamilyPC, and blogger for Yahoo!Tech. I’ve has spent the past 30 years exploring what it means to be a family in a digital world. I’m also the founder of Kids@Play and The Silvers Summit a set of conferences and exhibitions in partnership with the Consumer Electronics Association.
Brian is a technology consultant born and raised in New York. His current projects include Macintosh Consulting for MacNRG and Media Consulting for his own company, Old Dog. Spending his day maintaining one of the biggest XSAN production environments on the east coast, Brian lives and breaths tech. Having owned every iPhone since its release in 2007 and testing almost every app available, he truly is a mobile apps guru. When he’s not fixing, consulting or installing, you can usually find Brian watching the Yankees or the Giants and playing with his dog, Elvis. You can more about him at about.me/bpage
Byte was recently relaunched by UBM TechWeb and focuses on what has come to be called the Consumerization of IT (‘CoIT’ to save a lot of typing). He has worked in the computer industry since 1983 as a software engineer, IT administrator, product tester, industry analyst and consultant. He has been Technical Director at several testing labs and is the author of well over 1000 published articles on technology subjects. For the last several years he has focused on computer security issues. He remembers first reading Byte in high school in the 70′s when he learned programming on a TRS-80 Model I Level 1.into the enterprise, planned and otherwise, of devices which were designed as consumer technologies: tablets, smart phones, and social media are classic examples.
Rick Singer is the founder and CEO of GreatApps.com – a media company that focuses on app marketing and consumer use of apps. Mr. Singer is also a consultant in the mobile industry and been quoted in many prestigious publications including Fox Business, Smart Money, Investors Business Daily, Inc., Mobile Marketer. He has been a serial entrepreneur for many years. Mr. Singer has been an active participant in the formation and launching of various entities including RaiseCapital.com and TechStartups.com.
Before joining The Verge team, Joanna Stern was the Reviews Editor at Engadget. However, her obsession with covering mobile computing began when she was the News Editor at LAPTOP Magazine. She has written for The New York Times, Men’s Fitness, Gizmodo, and other popular technology outlets. Joanna appears regularly as a contributor on ABC News’ "Tech This Out," but has also been featured on CNN, MSNBC, and other local broadcast outlets.
A native New Yorker, Helena holds a Masters Degree in Digital Imaging and Design from New York University. Helena has spent much of her career working in the social media marketing and interactive design fields. At any minute she can be found trolling J and R, Best Buy, or DataVision… hard at work at making the salesmen feel stupid.
Arnold has been building brands, products and companies at the intersection of commerce and community, technology and entertainment for 25 year. Known for household brands like Atari, Creative Labs and RealD, he now advises startups and mid stage companies building communities and marketplaces on the web.
YOU CAN OWN A PIECE OF THE WALL, RIGHT IN HEART OF CE WEEK, NYC
7 billion apps downloaded onto smart devices! So how do you get your app to rise above the rest?
Join us during CE Week, NYC at The Wall of Apps and get your app in front of hundreds of press, analysts and digerati.
Leading up to the show your app will be featured on this site, where everyone is invited to take them for a spin test drive.
Visitors can watch app demos, voice their opinions, and ultimately, with the help of our illustrious judges, we'll pick 10 finalists from "off the wall" who'll go on to compete at our Mobile Apps Showdown, a live event, where the audience casts the deciding vote on the best app. We're platform agnostic, so if it's mobile, it's in the competition.
THE WALL OF APPS
If you want more visibility join us for our Wall of Apps exhibit where over 600 press, and 2,800 industry members walk the floor of the Metropolitan Ballroom in NYC looking for the best of the best. We'll have exhibit space for them to see your app in action on the show floor for two full days. The best part? We build the Mobile Apps space. You just bring your device and your app. To find out more about exhibit space.
BE SEEN, BE HEARD, BE A CONTENDER
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NY Style 2013
When: June 26 and 27th
Where: Metropolitan Ballroom
125 West 18th Street NYC 10011
Telephone: (800) 553-2399
More info: Joel Rubin
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