At this years edition of the Mobile World Congress, BlackBerry made an effort to try and garner some of the headlines away from the bigger players in the mobile world. Their announcements consisted of a pair of new BlackBerry models that the company was working on. (...)Read the rest of BlackBerry Q20 Available This Fall […]
The 'uncarrier' serves up 200MB of free 2G data overseas, but it's worth splurging on a full data pass for proper roaming Every year before heading to Spain for Mobile World Congress you can find journalists asking each other "what are...Show More Summary
One of the Galaxy S5 features that was leaked before its official announcement and briefly described during the show at Mobile World Congress is the special Kids Mode functionality that allows parents to share their smartphone with their...Show More Summary
Nokia announced an Android-based line of phones for emerging markets, putting strain on its marriage with Microsoft before the companies even walk down the aisle.
On the heels of its $16 billion acquisition by Facebook, WhatsApp said it would offer voice services, diversifying beyond its main messaging service.
Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder of Facebook, which started as a site designed for computers, will be a prominent speaker this week’s trade show revolving around mobile devices.
The Greatest Android Podcast in the World makes yet another triumphant return this week, and we've got a lot to catch up on. We'll recap our favorite stuff from Mobile World Congress — the Galaxy S5, Gear 2 and Gear Fit, Sony Xperia Z2,...Show More Summary
The decision to send four editors to MWC this year meant that Anand, Brian, Joshua and I were thrust deep in the heart of Barcelona for the best part of the week, surrounded by the companies that shape the mobile industry. Despite my...Show More Summary
Hewlett Packard is trying to pull off a flanking maneuver on the Android market, through low-profile launches of low-cost devices. We recently came across the company's VoiceTab phablets during a side-show at Mobile World Congress, and now we're...
Now that all of the dust behind the happenings of Mobile World Congress 2014 has settled, here we are with official word from LG Electronics that their first smartphone in its popular L Series III family, which is the LG L90, will be launched very, very soon. The LG L90 has been specially designed for [...]
Fresh off its full plate of announcements at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain last month, Samsung continues to make post-MWC waves, this time with the company’s latest efforts in the realm of mobile security. Samsung Electronics recently touted the launch of KNOX 2.0, the evolution of KNOX, the company’s end-to-end secure mobile platform solution […]
If the debut of LG's L-series of handsets at last month's Mobile World Congress had you hankering for a new phone, you're in luck. The 4.7-inch L90 starts rolling out this week in the CIS region (think Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia). LG has...
Before the recently concluded Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, kicked off, LG had already revealed a trio of handsets from the L Series III range, where they include the LG L90. At the end of last month, we also reported that...Show More Summary
This article was authored by Jouko Ahvenainen, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net. Mobile World Congress 2014 offered nothing truly surprising. Smartphone vendors unveiled new improved models, but no game changers. On the network side, data only is coming and vendors showcased equipment to transfer more data. Big data was discussed, but can carriers really … […]
2014 is still young but the largest show for mobile devices and technology - the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona - has just shut its doors. MWC is an annual showcase of all that's new and trending in mobile technology, and we've been covering the big announcements at connect.dpreview.com. Show More Summary
Even though the Galaxy S5 hasn’t made it in the public’s hands as yet, it has been well received by folks who were able to take it for a spin at Mobile World Congress 2014. That’s because this time around Samsung shunned gimmicky features and focused on improving the user experience, which it appears to have done. Show More Summary
With more than 85,000 attendees, it's clear that this year's Mobile World Congress remains the wireless industry's key event. During the show, three notable themes emerged: low-cost smartphones, 5G and how new over-the-top players are offering a series of calling, messaging, movie and even banking services. Show More Summary
Wider rollout for Android 4.4.2 on Samsung's 2013 flagship At Mobile World Congress last week we were somewhat surprised to see a bunch of European Galaxy S4s on the show floor running new Android 4.4-based firmware — and now it appears Samsung has deemed the update ready for the masses. Show More Summary
Microsoft used its pre-Mobile World Congress press conference last week to talk about how Windows Phone is closing the app gap with rival platforms — and hammered that point home bu also announcing that Facebook Messenger would be available within “weeks“. Show More Summary
Microsoft was clearly being cautious when it said Facebook Messenger would be available for Windows Phone within a few weeks of Mobile World Congress -- it's already here, just over a week later. The app offers much of Facebook's familiar chat...