MWC

Mobile World Congress is the world's largest exhibition and conference for the mobile industry. With events held in Barcelona, Shanghai and the Americas, MWC highlights the advance of global innovation through core mobile technologies; consumer and industrial IoT; and the intersection of mobile with entertainment, content, and media.

Featured Stories

Articles about MWC

MWC 2018: Nokia's Wi-Fi play

MWC 2018: Nokia's Wi-Fi play

Nokia has told ZDNet that its acquisition of Unium and launch of Nokia Wi-Fi will solve in-home coverage problems using intelligence and automation.

March 3, 2018

MWC 2018: Huawei and BT to trial 5G

MWC 2018: Huawei and BT to trial 5G

Huawei and BT will conduct 5G development and field trials across EE's mobile network under a new agreement, with the Chinese networking giant calling the telco one of its most important global customers.

February 28, 2018 by

Sony Xperia XZ2 adds AR, 3D scanning

The Sony Xperia XZ2 comes with 3D scanning capabilities on its front-facing camera, S-Force surround sound, Bravia screen tech, and AR and a dynamic vibration system adapted from its PlayStation controllers. Read more: http://zd.net/2ENIRH4

February 27, 2018

Samsung says Bixby 2.0 coming in Galaxy Note 9

Samsung Electronics will roll out Bixby 2.0, an updated version of its virtual assistant, on the Galaxy Note 9 at the earliest, the company's mobile boss has revealed at MWC. Read more: http://zd.net/2ET4nue

February 27, 2018

VMware demos virtualised Android

Paul Strong, VMware's chief technology officer for EMEA, shows ZDNet UK how the company's virtualisation technology will let IT managers run a secure OS within employees' Android smartphones

February 17, 2011

Microsoft talks about Nokia and enterprise

At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Microsoft's Casey McGee tells ZDNet UK what the company's tie-in with Nokia means for developers and explained why Windows Phone is not just for consumers

February 16, 2011

LG goes 3D for Optimus phone and tablet

LG has given ZDNet UK a run through the Optimus Pad and Optimus 3D, the company's new 3D-shooting Android devices on display at Mobile World Congress, which it hopes will differentiate it from rivals

February 14, 2011

Top Stories