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Samsung Gear 360 Review: Create your own moments in virtual reality

Samsung announced the Gear 360 back in February at Mobile World Congress this year as a 360 camera for regular consumers with great specifications. The Gear 360 is available in many countries right now and it is time we put this little camera to the test. Show More Summary

Samsung Gear 360 camera costs $350 in US with limited availability at VidCon

Samsung has announced a limited launch of its Gear 360 camera, which was first revealed earlier this year at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The camera is available in the United States for $349.99 at VidCon, an online video convention...Show More Summary

Mobile World Congress Americas to launch in the U.S. in September 2017

The GSMA group, which runs the annual Mobile World Congress trade show, is teaming up with CTIA to launch Mobile World Congress Americas. It will be held September 12-14, 2017 in San Francisco and will replace the CTIA Super Mobility show beginning that year. Show More Summary

Phone-lovers in the US get a whole new mobile conference just for them - CNET

Barcelona's Mobile World Congress is the biggest phone show of the year, but in a little over a year, the US will get its own version of the blockbuster conference for everything smartphones, smartwatches and 5G networks.

Gear 360 priced at $349, gets limited release in the United States

Samsung unveiled the Gear 360 camera back at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year and today it finally confirmed how much the camera is going to cost and when it’s going to be available for purchase in the United States. The Gear...Show More Summary

Samsung’s Gear 360 VR camera hits the US on an extremely limited basis

Samsung keeps pulling back the old football for Stateside consumers when it comes to the Gear 360. Shortly after it was first introduced back in February at Mobile World Congress, the company noted that the US would not be among the first markets to get their hands on the VR camera. Show More Summary

OnePlus 3 vs. Xiaomi Mi 5: A thoroughly one-sided contest

It's time to see if the OnePlus 3 has what it takes to beat Xiaomi's Mi 5. Xiaomi announced the Mi 5 at Mobile World Congress to a lot of fanfare, with the phone offering incredible hardware for the equivalent of $370 (?25,000). With...Show More Summary

Huawei’s MateBook tablet is up for pre-order in the US, shipping July 11th

We’re here 102 floors above Manhattan at One World Trade (for some reason) to commemorate the US launch of Huawei’s MateBook tablet. The two-in-one, which was shown off at Mobile World Congress back in February, is now up for pre-order here in the States, with shipping starting July 11th. Show More Summary

Huawei MateBook 2-in-1 device Coming To The US

At Mobile World Congress 2016, Huawei revealed the MateBook, a 2-in-1 device targeting business users. The MateBook is a premium product just like Surface that combines great hardware design and the power of Windows. It is made of high-quality aluminum unibody and it weighs just 640g, making it ideal for mobility. Just like Surface, it […]

Monohm's circular 'anti-smartphone' is up for pre-order

Back in 2015, while I was trawling the halls of Mobile World Congress, I stumbled upon a device known as the Runcible. It was a strangle, pebble-like object with limited functionality -- its creator, Aubrey Anderson, described it as a "quieter" gadget to help people relax and live slightly more disconnected lives. Show More Summary

Samsung exec says bendable displays are 'right around the corner'

A Bloomberg report from earlier this month suggested that Samsung will unveil two phones with foldable screens at next year's Mobile World Congress, but according to the head of Samsung North America, the technology is "relatively right...Show More Summary

Can Samsung's Bendable Screens Make Phones Exciting Again?

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A new report says Samsung will debut two phones with bendable screens as soon as next February's Mobile World Congress. Will this get us excited about smartphones again?

Mobile Innovation Set to Shine in Shanghai

Consumers attending the GSMA Mobile World Congress Shanghai will have the opportunity to experience the … The post Mobile Innovation Set to Shine in Shanghai appeared first on Mobile Marketing Watch.

Sony's Xperia X hits the US on June 26, but you don't need one

After a confusing introduction at Mobile World Congress earlier this year, Sony is finally gearing up to bring its new Xperias -- the Xperia X, X Performance, XA and XA Ultra -- to the US this summer. Alas, the Xperia X is set to land here first (on June 26th for $550), though it's arguably the least interesting of the bunch. Show More Summary

LG announces pricing for G5 'Friends' accessories, available now - CNET

From a 360-degree camera to a VR headset and more, LG drops the official pricing and availability details for its G5 modular accessories revealed at Mobile World Congress.

What’s the next battle in Apple and Google’s mobile Cold War?

The battle between the ad blockers and the ad pushers was on full display this at this year’s Mobile World Congress, when Google and adblocking company Shine sparred over the broken state of mobile advertising. The debate shows how tensions...Show More Summary

Meet up at Mobile World Congress?

In what feels overdue, I'm finally making it to Mobile World Congress for the first time this year. I'll be speaking at Mobile Media Summit on the session detailed below. You can also find a slew of updates on Twitter from my colleagues at Starcom Mediavest Group by checking out the hashtag #SMGatMWC. Show More Summary

The glory days of the $700 smartphone are numbered

Earlier this year, I saw a bunch of excellent flagship phones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona – handsets built to perfection with top-of-the-line hardware, great features and slick styling. But unlike the past couple of years, I felt no overwhelming GAS (gear acquisiton syndrome, the inexplicable need to buy better gadgets). Show More Summary

Samsung’s Gear 360 camera goes on sale April 29 with a mystery pricetag

Samsung announced its first 360-degree camera back at Mobile World Congress, and now we know it’s arriving very soon: April 29. The company made its announcement at its developer conference in San Francisco. Apparently things like price are trivial though, as we still don’t know how much it will cost. Show More Summary

Xiaomi Mi 5 review: This is how you build a flagship phone

I’ve been itching to try the Mi 5 ever since Xiaomi first unveiled its flagship for 2016 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February. When I got a chance to take a closer, but brief look at it at the press event, it seemed to check all the boxes for what a smartphone should have, both inside and out. Show More Summary

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