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Previewing Android P

Posted by Dave Burke, VP of Engineering Last week at Mobile World Congress we saw that Android's ecosystem of developers, device makers, and silicon partners continues to bring amazing experiences to users worldwide. Looking ahead, today we're sharing the first developer preview of Android P, the newest version of Android. Show More Summary

Mobile World Congress 2018: You Can’t Teach an AI to Run a Telecom Network—Yet

At Mobile World Congress, telecom companies are only scratching the surface of machine learning

WATCH: The top smartphone devices at the #MWC2018

CAPE TOWN - The 2018 Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain consisted of four days, thousands of stalls, 2300 companies exhibiting the best of the Telecoms industry at the world’s largest mobile phone show. Here is a list of the top smartphones showcased at the event: 1. Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy S9+ Camera Beats Google Pixel, iPhone X In New DxOMark Camera Tests

Since both devices were announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+’s cameras have been cited among the top reasons to buy the flagship devices. With the results of a new camera test...Show More Summary

More Android Phones With Knock-Off Notches Are Coming

Vlad Savov, writing for The Verge: I’ve been coming to Mobile World Congress for close to a decade now, and I’ve never seen the iPhone copied quite so blatantly and cynically as I witnessed during this year’s show. MWC 2018 will go down...Show More Summary

The Morning After: Tesla Model 3 review

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. We're still not done with Mobile World Congress, and the show has a few surprises left -- like LG's G7. But first, it's time to take a ride in the Model 3.

‘We Must Be Heroes to Girls and Women,’ Says Facebook Exec

During the Mobile World Congress trade show, Facebook executive Asha Sharma reflected on the lucky breaks in her working life and urged people to be individual mentors and "heroes" to girls and women. Her call was echoed by other speakers grappling with the problem of equality inside and outside the tech world.

Best of MWC 2018

In the world a mobile phones, Mobile World Congress is the main event. Taking place each year in Barcelona, it's where the world sees what's in store for phones and networks that year. Trends take shape and phones are launched. We check out everything in person, and pick our favorites with our Best of MWC awards. This year, three phones stood out.

GALLERY: The best gadgets at Mobile World Congress

INTERNATIONAL - After four days, thousands of stalls, 2300 companies exhibiting, and more than 100000 square metres of floor space to traverse, here are some of the more interesting gadgets from this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Smart...Show More Summary

2018 MWC Reignites 5G Race: Mobile Industry Might Be The Key To Worldwide 5G Breakthrough

5G was a hot topic at the 2018 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Verizon and Samsung once again spearheaded the conversation and likewise reignited the race to introducing 5G networks in the United States. According to CNET, Verizon and Samsung shared the companies’ joint effort on making 5G a reality at the 2017 MWC last year. Show More Summary

LG Android Wear Watch, Two New Phone Models Launched In A Private Event At MWC

Asus, Sony, and Samsung may have hoarded the spotlight in this year’s Mobile World Congress, but reports reveal that LG has been busy with a private viewing for two Android devices and an Android watch. The company seems to have several...Show More Summary

Sony’s New Xperia XZ2 Smartphone is Ready to Rumble

It’s well-worn ground — a new premium Android smartphone is basically the same as all the others, so the company behind it throws in some unexpected, off-the-wall feature to shake things up. This week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona,...Show More Summary

Western Digital Demos SD Card with PCIe x1 Interface, 880 MB/s Read Speed

BARCELONA, ESP — Western Digital demonstrated an experimental SD card featuring a PCIe Gen 3 x1 interface at Mobile World Congress. Meanwhile, the SD Card Association is calling upon the industry to adopt PCIe as a standard interface...Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy S9 Smartphones Produce Yawns

It could be due to all the early leaks, but Samsung just isn’t causing the type of excitement their new smartphones are used to causing this year. Both the Galaxy S9 and S9+ were announced this Sunday at Mobile World Congress 2018. According...Show More Summary

ZTE Introduces Two New Affordable Phones in the Blade V9 and Blade V9 Vita

Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is always a big deal in the world of smartphones, but aside from the heavy hitters like the Samsung Galaxy S9, many phones announced there don’t make their way to the United States. While that’s technically...Show More Summary

These will be the first cities getting 5G from Sprint and T-Mobile

Just last week, AT&T announced the first handful of cities where it’ll roll out its 5G network later this year. Today at Mobile World Congress, T-Mobile and Sprint did the same. Sprint’s first 5G networks will go live in Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, Washington, DC and Houston. T-Mobile will fire up 5G in New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Dallas first. Read More

The 6 strangest gadgets from Mobile World Congress 2018

Mobile World Congress 2018 was full of fantastic new devices ranging from smartphones to weight-loss headbands.

Chinese smartphone maker Doogee shows off its vision for the smartphone camera?

Doogee’s Mobile World Congress press conference is mostly what you’d expect from a company you’ve never heard of: small, low key, in the second basement meeting room at a hotel across from the convention center. It’s a bit like the smartphone farm system, the company’s hoping it can gin up enough awareness to rise above the din of news from the world’s… Read More

Forget iPhone X Clones: These Designs Actually Excite

At Mobile World Congress, the hub of innovation in smartphones, every device looks vaguely similar. But they don’t have to, and the solution lies in the details.

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