I caught up with BAK2u CEO Paddy Tan at Macworld this morning.
He shared with me on the surprising number of attendees who came to his anti-theft software booth after losing their iPhones at the expo, either due to negligence or theft right on the show floor. Speaking of which, there are so many iPhone users in one place that calls, SMSes and EDGE Internet connectivity was brought to a crawl.
As the only Singaporean business in an international exhibition, I asked how his software has been received at the show and I learned more about his plans to get BAK2u on the iPhone. It’s all about the SDK… Apple wants control, thus developer support in the iPhone front has been less than forthcoming. Hopefully it’ll all change in February.