Articles about MWC
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?
Privacy-focused smartphone and tablet due later this year, as hackers and spies push corporate privacy up the agenda
Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg hopes litigation between his company and Apple can be wrapped up quickly.
As 3GPP standards for 5G emerge, Nokia and NTT DoCoMo have demonstrated 2Gbps speeds in an indoor trial in Barcelona.
Microsoft has debuted two new mid-tier handsets with a nod towards business users in the form of a free Office 365 subscription.
BlackBerry's cloud edition of BES12 aims to simplify deployments of its enterprise mobility management flagship.
Cyanogen made a couple of announcements at MWC today. One is a partnership to reach more people with Cyanogen OS and the other focuses on the company's look.
The newest chipset from Audience brings always on capability to phones, wearables, and tablets, with context awareness.
Lenovo's Pocket Projector is yet another effort to make beaming and sharing entertainment and presentations easier.
When Samsung's biggest competitor reported over 74 million devices sold in the previous quarter, it's not surprising that the iPhone 6 would get a few mentions at the announcement of the Galaxy S6.
As the parade of new devices from MWC marches past, for the South Korean juggernaut, this week will be more important than most.
The redesign of the Samsung Galaxy smartphone line was about simplification with a hint of design thinking. What can other product designers learn?
BlackBerry and Samsung tighten their security partnership with better integration of KNOX as well as a services pact.
Samsung Galaxy S6 is designed to woo consumers from Apple's iPhone juggernaut, but the electronics giant also has a big pitch to businesses.
At MWC, Lenovo rolls out two new Android powered tablets that lower the cost curve.