I like John Chen, BlackBerry’s current CEO. When I met him at Mobile World Congress, he came across as an engaging, smart man with a personality, and that’s not always a given in a CEO. His approach was certainly a welcome departure from former CEO Thorsten Heins. Show More Summary
Half a year after it was originally introduced at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Silent Circle's Blackphone 2 is now available for purchase The 5.5-inch Android-based device is focused on privacy and security, delivering a pre-installed...Show More Summary
Ever since the device was teased at Mobile World Congress, the upcoming Android-powered BlackBerry slider has been known by its internal codename Venice but a new post from @evleaks may have revealed the go-to-market name for the device. According to @evelaks, when BlackBerry decides to announce the slider officially, it will arrive as the BlackBerry Priv.
The Huawei Watch has been a long time coming, with its first public appearance coming at Mobile World Congress back in March. More than six months later, we finally have the Android Wear device in house and – holy Switzerland, Batman!...Show More Summary
With 2015 rapidly approaching its end, one of 2016’s most eagerly anticipated events draws closer on the calendar. This week, the GSMA outlined the first details of the 2016 GSMA Mobile World Congress, including confirmed keynote speakers, exhibitors and sponsors, as well as programs and activities taking place at the annual mobile industry event. Under […]
Earlier this summer, more than 35,000 industry leaders gathered at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2015 to discuss the future of mobile, making it the largest-ever mobile-focused event in Asia. I was joined by peers from Netflix, Line, Ola Cabs, Flipkart and Twitter to discuss future business models for the mobile Internet. Show More Summary
At IFA 2015, Huawei has made a final push to promote its watch before its upcoming availability. If you recall, we were among the first to lay eyes (and hands) on the Huawei Watch at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona – I recommend reading this linked page if you don’t know about the Huawei Watch at all. Show More Summary
The Huawei Watch was shown off at Mobile World Congress back in March, but the wait for it to actually go on sale has been a long and frustrating one. Thankfully, Huawei now seems ready to launch its newest wearable out into the world, with US pre-orders opening today and shipments beginning on September 17th. Show More Summary
Get your wallet out because you'll finally be able to buy the Huawei Watch, the most luxurious Android Wear smartwatch. Announced earlier this year at Mobile World Congress, the Huawei Watch missed its June launch date. Whatever the reason was, the smartwatch is now ready and will arrive in the U.S. Show More Summary
Acer came back to the Windows Phone family at Mobile World Congress and shows continued support with its first Windows 10 Mobile releases. Anyone looking for a 'flagship' class smartphone will have to continue waiting, as the new Liquid M320 and M330 aren't going to scratch that itch. They're a pair of budget-oriented phones targeted at the lower end of the market.
” link=”lightbox” align=”center” size=”xlarge”] After being unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February, Sony is finally bringing its tiny, tiny Xperia Z4 tablet Down Under. More »
Elegance and power, one and the same. #IFA2015 #TheMoment pic.twitter.com/XQZHa6smoh — Huawei Device (@HuaweiDevice) August 30, 2015 We've been waiting for the Huawei Watch one since Mobile World Congress last February. Might this finally be the week? Certainly is looking like it. More: Check out our full IFA preview
Earlier this year at the Mobile World Congress 2015 BlackBerry revealed that later this year it will release a new slider smartphone. This form factor isn’t common these days, but since the company is looking to thing outside the box...Show More Summary
We first saw Microsoft’s Universal Foldable Keyboard back at Mobile World Congress this year, and now we've had a chance to test one out for ourselves.
LG hasn’t exactly been playing coy about their plans to launch another flagship smartphone later this year. Back during Mobile World Congress, LG revealed a new flagship to surpass even the G series would arrive during the second half of the year, only to later tell a Korean news outlet that the phone would be...
Samsung was expected to unveil a new smartwatch back at Mobile World Congress 2015 in March but that didn’t happen, many expected that one would arrive with the Galaxy Note 5 but it didn’t, however Samsung did give us a sneak peek at the Gear S2. Show More Summary
It was expected that the Lenovo Vibe S1 smartphone would be unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2015 in March but that didn’t happen, Lenovo hasn’t even said if this smartphone is going to arrive soon but some pictures of the handset have...Show More Summary
Samsung fans have been waiting on the company to launch a new smartwatch, the company was expected to unveil one at Mobile World Congress 2015 in March but that didn’t happen. Last week during its event for Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6...Show More Summary
Silent Circle showed off the second generation of its pro-privacy Android-hardened smartphone, the Blackphone, back in March at the Mobile World Congress tradeshow — touting a summer launch for the device. In the event, it’s still not launched, and the company has now quietly put up a pre-order page on its website, for a September release. Read More
It has been a while since BlackBerry launched a flagship handset, despite all of the troubles that it faces in the market BlackBerry is sticking with hardware for now. Back at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in March the company showed off a new flagship handset that it’s going to launch later this year. Show More Summary