It looks like Samsung is getting ready to launch its newest flagship phone sooner than expected. Previous reports suggest that the S6 will be launched in March at the World Mobile Congress. However, analysts from Mira Asset Securities believe that the new smartphone could be introduced at next month's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which will be held from Jan. 6 to 9.
Unveiled at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Blackphone is a project aiming to offer consumers a secure Android phone coupled with a privacy-oriented mobile operating system called PrivatOS On Tuesday, the company announced...Show More Summary
The first YotaPhone has been around since 2012 and the new generation YotaPhone 2 was first glimpsed at Mobile World Congress in February this year. At a special event held yesterday in Moscow’s Gorky Park, Yota officially launched the YotaPhone … Continue reading ?
According to a new report from China, HTC is going to unveil its next-gen Android flagship handset next year at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona, Spain. Online publication MyDrivers has already gotten its hands on some details regarding the HTC One (M8)’s successor, including specs for next year’s top HTC handset. Show More Summary
Panasonic has added a rugged Android-powered smartphone to the deluge of hardware coming out of IFA this week. The announcement of the Toughpad FZ-X1 goes all the way back to Mobile World Congress, but today marks retail availability of the Android version of the handset for £1024. The Windows model will be coming out in November.
With the apparent lukewarm response for the Galaxy S5, which was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress this year, the Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd will unlikely to release their next flagship device before the first quarter of 2015, according to reports.
Android's march to the top of the smartphone field has been much faster than many people realize. It was only back in 2008 that analysts were bemoaning the fact that nearly no Android phones were seen at Mobile World Congress. This week,...Show More Summary
BlueAnt’s Pump wireless headphones caught my eye at Mobile World Congress. Sports gear that also looks cool? Count me in! I’ve been giving theses waterproof Bluetooth headphones a workout since they arrived last week, and I love them. That’s not … Read more ›
Announced during the launch of the Samsung Gear 2 at Mobile World Congress earlier this year, PayPal's dedicated app for the smartwatch is now available.
If you missed our coverage during Mobile World Congress, then here's what you need to know about Blackphone: it's a mid-spec Android smartphone that comes pre-subscribed to (and pre-installed with) a bunch of privacy and anti-surveillance services,...
Today Microsoft announced a second iteration of the Nokia X family of low end smartphones they first announced at Mobile World Congress earlier this year. The new device is the Nokia X2 Dual SIM, and is a slightly higher specification...Show More Summary
HTC's mid-range Desire 610 may soon be available on AT&T, if a leaked render posted by @evleaks is any indication. Announced at the Mobile World Congress in February, the device is currently available in Europe for EUR 333 ($453).
To the surprise of many, Nokia launched its first Android phone, the Nokia X, at the Mobile World Congress in February 2014 After that, the now Microsoft-owned company gave us a steady diet of cheap, entry-level Androids, and the latest...Show More Summary
Industry leadership in producing liquefied natural gas (LNG) earned Exxon Mobil Corporation an Excellence Award today at the World Petroleum Congress in Moscow.
Earlier this year, during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we told you about Mozilla's plans to bring smartphones into even the poorest regions by introducing a $25 dollar device Now the organization has launched a major new effort...Show More Summary
Cricket is bringing in another entry-level device into the fold called the LG Optimus L70 real soon. This one has already landed on MetroPCS after making its debut at Mobile World Congress.
Sony today made the SmartBand fitness accessory available through its U.S. web site for $99. The SmartBand, announced during Mobile World Congress, connects to smartphones via Bluetooth and Sony's LifeLog app for fitness monitoring.
Techonomy's David Kirkpatrick (l) interviews Mark Zuckerberg onstage in February at the 2014 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. (Photo copyright 2014 GSMA) By David Kirkpatrick How much difference can one company make? Mark Zuckerberg...Show More Summary
Yesterday, Nokia (now Microsoft Devices) officially unveiled the Nokia XL, at a press event in Lahore, Pakistan. It is best of the Android trio, announced at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year. Nokia XL is infact a flagship model for the Nokia X family. Show More Summary
By Nicolas Zahn, Masters student at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva At the second World Collaborative Mobility Congress (Wocomoco), held May 7-8 in Bern, Switzerland, entrepreneurs and policymakers discussed over the two days their experiences and identified challenges ahead in reshaping mobility. Show More Summary