Can't be in San Francisco next week for the Samsung Developers Conference? Tune into the Android Central Live show!
Samsung is hosting its inaugural Developers Conference — and Android Central will be on location in full force. We're always a fan of firsts, so in addition to our standard event coverage, we're taking Android Central's presence to a whole new level for this one with the introduction of the Android Central Live show.
As the Official Community Partner of the Samsung Developers Conference, we'll have dedicated space within the "Hacker's Lounge," where myself and Andrew Martonik will fire up the live stream each day for three hours of Android Central Live action. We'll be interviewing plenty of guests, from Samsung engineers to app developers showing off demos of their latest apps (if you're interested in joining us on the show, email firstname.lastname@example.org). We'll follow up soon with more details on schedule and guests, but the page you'll want to bookmark to take it all in is androidcentral.com/sdc13.
In addition to the Android Central Live show, we'll also be putting our livestreaming gear to use to bring you Samsung's opening keynote session, which kicks the event off at 11 a.m. PDT Oct. 28. You'll be able to watch the keynote both here on Android Central, and on the www.samsungdevcon.com website.
And if you can be in San Francisco next week but haven't registered to attend yet, get on it! Tickets are only $299. We'll have some limited edition Android Central gear with us to give away, which beyond everything else makes the price of admission worth it. We hope to see you there!
Android Central is the Official Community Partner of the Samsung Developers Conference
AndroidCentral.com to provide live coverage, interviews and demos from the floor of Samsung’s debut developer event
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - (Marketwire – October 21, 2013) - Mobile Nations today announced that Android Central, the premier online destination for Android smartphone and tablet owners, will be the Official Community Partner of the upcoming Samsung Developers Conference. The event takes place at San Francisco’s St. Francis Hotel, from October 28-29, 2013. Android Central will be providing live coverage, interviews and demos with Samsung engineers as well as Android app developers from the show floor.
The inaugural Samsung Developers Conference will feature more than 50 technical sessions, hands-on workshops and inspiring talks from leading influencers in the mobile, consumer electronics and digital content industries.
Hosted by Phil Nickinson and Andrew Martonik, Android Central Live will air on October 28th and 29th. Each day will feature the Android Central show, a 1-hour discussion wrapping up and analyzing all the day’s news, and 2 hours of interviews with developers, session leaders and other notables.
“Samsung is the dominant player in Android-based mobile devices today, and its ecosystem stretches beyond phones and tablets,” said Phil Nickinson, Editor in Chief of Android Central. “It’s great to see Samsung take this leap to hosting its own Dev Con. We’re happy to be the official community partner and help bring the event to the entire world. If you can’t be there in person, the absolute best way to share in the excitement is Android Central Live.”
For more information on show times, guests and to watch the live stream and join in the conversation, go to androidcentral.com/sdc13.
Tickets to the Samsung Developer Conference cost $299 and include access to keynotes, sessions, and more. Additional information about the conference, including details on how to register, can be found at www.samsungdevcon.com.
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