Perpetual gilder Goldgenie will be applying their gold and platinum platings to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, but getting one will cost you dearly. Samsung announced back at Mobile World Congress their newest flagship devices, the Galaxy S6 along with its curved sibling the Galaxy S6 edge. Show More Summary
HTC’s new One M9 and Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge smartphones all seem fantastic, and we were thoroughly impressed by each and every one when we previewed them at Mobile World Congress. But if you need a new smartphone right now, unfortunately none of these new phones are available for sale yet. Show More Summary
At the 2015 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, a company called P2i showed us something that protects smartphones and other gadgets from water damage. It's not a clunky case, and it's not some sort of plastic film. Instead, it's a "liquid repellent coating" that really protects the guts of a gadget – the circuits, boards, and chips. Show More Summary
IoT and 5G stood out as the undisputed highlights of the World Mobile Congress last week. On one hand, cellular network operators and technology suppliers (i.e. Qualcomm) eagerly talked about what they think should be required for yet-to-be defined 5G standards. Show More Summary
After the eventful 2015 Mobile World Congress unveiling of Samsung's latest flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and its dual-curved screen device variant Galaxy S6 Edge, tech consumers have been wondering as to when the devices will arrive in the U.S. Here's what we heard:
This article was authored by John C. Tanner, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net. If we learned anything at this year’s Mobile World Congress, it’s this: 5G, the Internet of Things and net neutrality are more deeply interconnected topics than you might have previously thought.... [visit site to read more]
When we live-tweeted the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge last week at Mobile World Congress, the number one question we heard about that beautiful double-curved screen was, “But will it break?” Screen breaking hasn’t been much of a problem in the last couple of generations of smartphones, thanks mostly to the advances in Gorilla Glass. Show More Summary
Tom's Hardware saw plenty of great tech at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, but a few stood out. Here are our awards.
As we all await Android Auto, let's take a look at what Honda has whipped up in the meantime. After the fun and games of Mobile World Congress, Europe played host to another huge event, this time for the auto industry. The Geneva Motor...Show More Summary
If there’s one thing this year’s Mobile World Congress revealed to us it’s the fundamental interconnectivity between three seemingly disparate topics: 5G, Internet of Things, and that darned Net Neutrality. As I wrote last week, there was a lot of talk about 5G this year, with the industry promising the future of wireless network technology [...]
Thanks to Ericsson, I can check off operating heavy machinery from my bucket list.No, the telecommunications equipment manufacturer didn't have a massive excavator in its booth at the Mobile World Congress trade show here. But it had the next best thing: an Oculus Rift virtual reality headset and an operator seat with heavy machinery controls. Show More Summary
Apple and IBM sprung a surprise last year when they announced a partnership. Both companies have been working together to create enterprise-friendly apps and recently announced the latest additions at the Mobile World Congress. The idea of combining Apple design sense with IBM enterprise know-how is strangely logical. Apple has always supported the consumer over enterprise […]
Cisco, Deutsche Telekom and Intel have announced a joint Internet of Things startup accelerator at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Challenge Up! IoT accelerator is aimed at startups in the Emea region, and promises to allow startups...Show More Summary
Tech fans were expecting that Sony would finally announce the Sony Xperia Z4 at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona early this month. Though the company launched the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet, the much hyped smartphone was nowhere to be seen.
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Hooray! The phone we tried and loved at Mobile World Congress has gone on sale in the UK earlier than anticipated. You can now get it from Vodafone, EE and O2 if you go via Carphone Warehouse (it’s not showing on EE or O2’s sites at the moment), and get a free LG Circle case and P7 Bluetooth speaker, or get... Show More Summary
LG was smart to not debut its next-generation flagship smartphone during this month’s Mobile World Congress trade show. It’s not that the phone is a dud, per se, but rather that Samsung and HTC definitely stole the show with their respective new flagship phones, the Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9. Show More Summary
Last week, the new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge bagged the honor of being the best device at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona.
The Mobile World Congress was just a week ago and yet a number of upcoming devices are already preparing to make their way to the market.
Marvell (NASDAQ:MRVL) – a worldwide leader in providing complete silicon solutions from mobile communications to storage, Internet of Things (IoT), cloud infrastructure, digital entertainment and in-home content delivery and Kinoma®Show More Summary