Photos: From Sony Ericsson to Segways

Photos: From Sony Ericsson to Segways

Summary: 3GSM: Barcelona saw the latest mobile gadgets and other weird and wonderful sights from the adult zone to Segway scooters

TOPICS: Mobility

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  • With around 50,000 attendees, this year's 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona was the biggest in the show's history. Keynote speakers included Microsoft's chief executive Steve Ballmer, Orange's chief executive Sanjiv Ahuja, Nokia's president Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, T-Mobile's chief executive officer Rene Obermann and Peter Erskine, the chairman and chief executive of O2.

  • Held in the Fira de Barcelona, the show accommodated a total of 962 companies — representing a 40 percent increase in exhibitor numbers since the 2005 event

Topic: Mobility

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Andrew Donoghue is a freelance technology and business journalist with over ten years on leading titles such as Computing, SC Magazine, BusinessGreen and

Specialising in sustainable IT and technology in the developing world, he has reported and volunteered on African aid projects, as well as working with charitable organisations such as the UN Foundation and Computer Aid.

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