Articles about MWC
Roshan faces having 19 of its 1,000 base stations attacked every month, but life is improving for Afghanistan's largest mobile network operator.
The Chinese equipment maker that has already teamed up with three NBA teams said it will further lift expenditure on promotional activities in the US to gain the public's full awareness.
The spy-proof device was developed as a response to NSA spying revelations
Telstra CEO David Thodey has said the incumbent has maintained its leadership position in mobile technology advances through risk taking, and putting its investments on the line.
Samsung and HTC each improved this generation of smartphone, but some design decisions may have customers choosing one over the other -- and it may not be the one you think.
At this year's MWC, mobile execs mull how best to balance consumers' right to privacy with the industry's hunger for data.
Ericsson taps Swedish academia and industry to dig up use cases that might make 5G compelling for operators to invest in.
After announcing new brand levels, the company provides more details about the first chips that will fall under each category.
Sweden's Ikea has released furniture with Qi standard wireless charging to do away with those smartphone cables.
BlackBerry has taken the wraps off its new five-inch Leap, an all touch and affordable smartphone for young professionals.
Optus is exploring the use of its Cash By Optus mobile NFC payments application in wearables including smartwatches.
The rough idea, outlined at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, revolves around replacing software development kits tied to individual enterprise mobility management vendors with a common standard.
Unapologetic about undercutting traditional telco revenues in SMS and voice with Facebook Messenger, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that Facebook can help mobile companies drive up revenue through increased data usage.
BlackBerry has BES12 at the core of its software strategy, but a lot of other moving parts need to line up if the company is going to be an enterprise application contender.
PayPal went to Barcelona and bought itself a new (mobile) wallet.
CES is over, Mobile World Congress begins. What devices have tech giants produced for us this year in Barcelona, Spain?
HTC made the right move by moving the UltraPixel camera to the front and adding in a more standard camera to the back. Software isn't yet final, but initial results are encouraging.
Out of the gadgets on offer at MWC this year, which smartphones suit leaner pockets?
At Mobile World Congress, ZDNet got a quick look at Nokia's new Android device range. How does it measure up to the competition?
Smartphones for seniors, tablets and mobiles galore -- this year's Mobile World Congress has gotten off to a blazing start.
Huawei showed off its 4G LTE-equipped Ascend P2 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. ZDNet spent a little time with it.
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.
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?
Sony has introduced the Xperia P and U Android smartphones, betting on integration with PlayStation and other in-house content as it launches Sony Mobile Communications out of the Sony Ericsson joint venture
LG has unveiled its first quad-core smartphone ahead of Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona at the end of February
Motorola's latest Android smartphone comes with a BlackBerry-style physical Qwerty keyboard plus other enterprise-friendly features
The company has shown off its tablet user interface for MeeGo, and ZDNet UK was one of the first to try it out
This year's Mobile World Congress had a lot to offer, from innovative user interfaces and hardware to a 4G-connected car
HTC has launched a trio of new smartphones featuring its Sense user interface: two run Android 2.1 and the third is a Windows phone.
The networking firm's LTE-connected car hooks up sensors and high-definition video feeds