Monday, November 15, 2010

Web 2.0 Summit 2010 starts today at San Francisco



This year Web 2.0 Summit will start Today (November 5th, 2010)in San Francisco, California

This meeting will be held at Palace Hotel till November 17 (3 Days).

People are expecting that Google will release Android Gingerbread which is the next version of Google’s mobile platform, Android 2.3

And, one more expectation is from Facebook. Facebook may announce about its web based email client "Titan". It is expected to be a "Gmail Killer".



The planned theme is "Points of Control-The Battle for the Network Economy".

You can see an interesting "Point of Control Map" here.

Follow @web2summit to get latest updates about his summit.

You can see below the preview video for Web 2.0 Summit 2010.






Google CEO Eric Schmidt , Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz, Linked CEO Jeff Weiner, Twitter Co-Founder Evan Williams and FaceBook founder Mark Zuckerberg will be participating in this meeting.

You can see the complete list of speakers and their topics here.

The Web 2.0 Summit (formerly known as the Web 2.0 Conference) is an annual event featuring discussions about the World Wide Web.

The event was started in 2004 by Tim O'Reilly who gives the name Web2.0.




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