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Sunday, 04.12.05

Out and away on the way to Seattle
Posted by Arne Hess - at 21:04 CET under Job - Editor and Journalist

This is just a notification to let you know that I'm on the way to Seattle now for the yearly Microsoft Möbius conference where Microsoft is inviting the "most influent" webmasters and technology journalists for a come together to discuss open minded mobility in general.

As with every Mobius event, we will host a variety of speakers, from across the industry, who will talk about general mobility issues, industrial design, new applications and of course provide sneak peeks into future products. However the best part of Mobius is having a very open and honest dialogue – and even healthy debate – about the industry, technologies and initiatives that are shaping the future of mobility.

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Wednesday, 30.11.05

digital lifestyle mobile was renamed to digital living
Posted by Arne Hess - at 19:36 CET under Job - Editor and Journalist

That's way too cool and I'm proud to be (the media) part of this! As some of you know, beside my own the::unwired site, where I'm the publisher and editor in chief, I'm also - how I call myself - "Blogger #1" of digital lifestyle mobile, the online part of a bi-monthly print magazine which covers digital lifestyle topics. So far, digital lifestyle is published by CMP-WEKA, a joint venture of the American CMP and German WEKA publishing houses.

Now, Deutsche Messe AG has teamed up with CMP-WEKA to stage the new stand-alone event called "digital living" in Hall 27 at CeBIT 2006 (9 to 15 March). As its name implies, this new highlight will examine the impact of IT on our everyday lives. It will present a fascinating blend of emotional appeal and information value.

For several years now, "Consumer Electronics" has been a highly successful exhibit category within CeBIT and major players such as Deutsche Telekom, Intel, LG, Microsoft, Panasonic, Samsung and Sharp have been increasingly demonstrating how the way we live and work is being revolutionized by innovations in IT and telecommunications.

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