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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A new flagship Galaxy S4 and Samsung's renewed interest in managing smartphones in the enterprise means Apple, BlackBerry and Microsoft will be facing a determined new competitor.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Fujitsu has launched a waterproof and dustproof tablet at professionals who spend a lot of time away from the desk.
Samsung will launch its Galaxy S4 smartphone next month in New York as it eyes the enterprise market via BYOD.
The budget A1000 and quad-core A3000 are 7-inch models, while the S6000 is a 10-inch competitor to the Google Nexus 10.
Intel still has a rough road competing with the likes of Qualcomm and ARM. A clearer picture of Intel's mobile success will emerge beginning at the end of the year.
MasterCard revamped its PayPass digital wallet with MasterPass. It's unclear whether consumers will adopt this digital wallet.
Samsung hopes to attract more enterprise customers through the introduction of a new containerised security system called Knox for some of its Android-powered Galaxy smartphones.
Nokia has introduced four new mobiles at Mobile World Congress 2013, including new Lumia models and lower-end devices aimed at emerging markets.
HP is clearly on the Google and Android bandwagon with a new 7-inch tablet. That's great news for Google. Likely bad news for HP's profit margins.
HP has announced its first Android-powered tablet and it will cost just $169, but does it have the skills to go up against the best of the rest at the lower end of the market?
The computer giant leaps back into the tablet game with a budget-priced 7-inch model, the first of many to come this year, according to an HP exec.
Samsung defined the multi-sized tablet market, and Apple decided 8 inches was better than 7. Samsung has now followed up with its own unique take on the 8-inch tablet.
Mobile World Congress is missing a few big name players this year, but there's still plenty happening, including an influx of oversized devices and open-source efforts.
UK-based speech technology specialists Novauris and Existor have teamed up for software that promises 'human-like' interaction on a wide range of devices with embedded processors
If Android continues to grow at its current rate and the cost of handset components continues to fall, there will be 'an Android in every pocket' as smartphones do away with feature phones, Google's Eric Schmidt has said