Amsterdam seems to be the ideal place for a conference at a human size. That’s really what hits me the most during this three days at TNW Conference: Everything was done to make the attendees, speakers and organizers meet, talk, interact and inspire each other.
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Israeli startup Onavo is out to change that relationship. Today at the TNW conference the company launched its tool into the world: an iPhone application that compresses the data that you use on your mobile phone, lowering the amount of data that you receive, in effect extending your data plan by cutting down on total transmission through your carrier.
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I just came back from The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam. This conference was filled with lots of interesting lectures as well as all the pleasures that Amsterdam has to offer. I especially enjoyed Pablos Holman’s lecture which discussed how we can utilize the amazing technology we have today to make the world a better place and Robert Scoble’s lecture about TNW = Humans + Reality + VIrtual and the connection between the real, physical and virtual these days.
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