when I read the product features I find under "Disconnected API" the sentence:
Whether you’re thinking of mobile devices, web applications or replications - you need disconnected data management you can count on. To work with portions of your data in a disconnected mode, just take them with you.
Sounds good - but what are mobile devices?
Of course not Laptops. Wikipedia means: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_device
and I think that is correct.
So it comes to mobile devices we talk about, iPhone, iPad, Windows Mobile, Android Smartphones - and soon windows mobile 7.
Of course iPhone and other Apple related products are a problem due to the "no addins model".
But how about Windows Mobile (5.x, 6.x) or more important Android and windows mobile 7?
Windows mobile 7 brings me to the next point of your statement: "web applications..." (in the scope of disconnected scenarios).
If your not running a mobile Webserver a typical "disconnected web app" is built on some framework like Flash or Silverlight.
Yes, for desktops also WPF could be an option - but that's another points - this are more "connected desktop apps".
Silverlight instead is a thing worth to think about. Especially with windows mobile 7 - isolated storage (almost not limited) provides enough storage space for "real world" applications.
To bring this to a point:
Are there any plans for "mobile devices"?
Are there any plans for Silverlight?
--And if so - do you think about the (reduced) wp7 implementation of Silverlight?