Mobile World Congress 2013 may be missing a few big name players, but there's still plenty happening, including an influx of oversized devices and open-source efforts. There's also a new set of low-end Lumia phones from Nokia, Samsung's BYOD play in the form of Knox, and HP's re-entry into the tablet market.
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The just-completed MWC trade show highlighted some of the latest mobile technology coming out of Israel.
Huawei showed off its 4G LTE-equipped Ascend P2 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. ZDNet spent a little time with it.
None of Intel's announcements this week at Mobile World Congress will significantly tilt the playing field, but they do show Intel has some momentum.
In contrast to Apple's approach, customers don't need to touch smartphones and tablets before buying, according to Google's Android boss Andy Rubin.
We're catching up fast, insists chief executive Meg Whitman, as HP shifts its focus to tablets
In a crowded market does the ZTE Grand Memo have what it takes to stand out from the competition? ZDNet went hands-on with the device at Mobile World Congress to see what it could offer.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung has shown off the Galaxy Note 8.0, a tablet follow-up to its successful Note and Note II tablets.
Mozilla's Firefox OS, shown off at Mobile World Congress, is gaining traction with operators, particularly those in emerging markets, but what does the future hold for the platform?
Microsoft and developers continue to fill the Windows Phone Store with a selection of apps, and they are seeing record downloads from consumers.
Samsung and Visa are promoting NFC as a mobile payment technology, but there are still a lot of obstacles to tackle before it becomes a mass-market proposition.
Twitter says its HTML5 client will contain 'similar' features to its apps for other mobile devices.
We all have our Instagrams: the apps that make the platform for us. Mine just happens to be a GPS app I've used since the Pocket PC days. Now it's coming back to Windows Phone 8.
ZTE has introduced a new range-topping Android-based device alongside its first Firefox OS device called the ZTE Open, which it hopes will appeal to younger buyers.
ASUS has revealed the PadFone Infinity, a quad-core smartphone that will dock with a station to become a 10.1-inch tablet, that will ship in the second quarter of this year.
No Nokia tablet at Mobile World Congress, but the company is keeping its options open in terms of 'all the possibilities' says an exec.