On Tuesday June 10th at 7pm, MIT room 3-133, the Boston PDA User's Group presents a discussion of general and unexpected PDA topics. The meeting is free, and open to all users of handheld and PDA technology.
On Monday June 9th at 10am PDT, Steve Jobs will deliver the keynote at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference where it is widely expected that Apple will launch a new 3G version of the iPhone.
On Tuesday June 10th, BOSPDAUG will provide expert analysis of this promised to be earth-shattering event. We will also have boots on the ground, as Bospdaug's own Kris Noland will be attending WWDC, and will be reporting live from the scene.
If you've been counting shipping containers, squinting at grainy spy photos, pacing nervously while wearing a mock black turtleneck around the house-- this is the place you'll want to be to find out exactly what went down.
As always, our resident team of PDA experts has its finger on the pulse of the evolving pda-smartphone convergence. We can answer almost any question about the care and feeding of nearly any handheld platform, including iPhone, Pilot, Symbian, Danger, Nokia, Pocket PC and Newton.
The Boston PDA User's Group is an organization made up of those who choose to walk freely among us with handheld, palmtop and wireless computers. Formed in 1992, its goal is to connect with the newest and coolest mobile computer technology. BOSPDAUG meets on the second Tuesday evening of each month at MIT in Cambridge MA in MIT room 3-133 at 7pm, and welcomes users of all PDA platforms for lively discussions of handheld and PDA technologies.
Added by alwillis on June 5, 2008