Articles about MWC
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.
Cyanogen will soon be expanding its presence on Android handsets with new Alcatel hardware. The specs look pretty compelling, especially at just $299 with no contract or subsidy.
European regulators should adopt an 'all or nothing' approach to regulating telecommunications and over-the-top internet companies exactly the same, according to Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges.
Finnish smartphone startup Jolla has rekindled efforts to find OEMs to build Sailfish OS devices and is eyeing a space as a European security-focused mobile comms company.
At MWC 2015, the tech giant has confirmed plans to enter the network operator industry.
Huawei continues to reveal high end designs; its newest Android Wear smartwatch looks to compete with the elegant look and feel of the Moto 360.
The automaker's e-bike experiment has debuted at MWC 2015.
HP's 'most premium' device can swap between PC, 'tent', and tablet modes.
Sony has taken the wraps off its new Xperia M4 mid-range smartphone and a 10.1-inch tablet that's lighter than Apple's iPad Air 2.
Huawei Watch and TalkBand B2 fitness band unveiled by Huawei at MWC.
Lenovo has kicked off MWC with the launch of two new smartphones, including a device that doesn't seem to know if it's a camera or a phone.
Mozilla and its partner Orange are launching a new ultra-budget device for Africa, and the open-source effort has new partners onboard for developed markets. But do consumers care about its ambitions to save the open web?