Thinner, lighter and faster? Sure. But there are some new ideas, too.
The phones get bigger and the tablets get smaller at the world’s premiere trade show for all things mobile. Here are the highlights.
Ben Bajarin is the director of consumer technology analysis and research at Creative Strategies Inc., a technology industry analysis and market intelligence firm in Silicon Valley.
Phones, tablets and more — here’s a look at what’s happening at the 2012 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Quad-core phones, slim tablets and gimmicky features abound at the 2012 Mobile World Congress. Here’s a roundup of the most interesting smartphones and tablets from the show.
HTC has officially made its entry into the wild world of tablets with the HTC Flyer, a 7-inch Android tablet.
The Flyer features a 1.5GHz processor, 1024×600-resolution screen, aluminum body, 4G cellular data connection, and access to web-based gaming service OnLive. It’ll be running Android version 2.4 by launch time underneath HTC’s …
The Mobile World Congress expo is underway in Barcelona, Spain. It’s truly a psycho-erotic thrill ride of cell phone and tablet news, some of which pertains to the U.S., some of which doesn’t, and all of which gushes forth uncontrollably until everyone goes home.
Here’s a look at some of the more newsworthy items from the past …
A bit of MWC news that’s actually applicable to the US. Huzzah!
Skype and Verizon Wireless announced today that an exclusive Skype mobile app would be available for 3G smartphone users with data plans. No need to connect over Wi-Fi to use said app and there’s even unlimited Skype-to-Skype calls. I’m not entirely sure how much …
When you think about Microsoft, a lot of adjectives come to mind, but hip and cool are probably not among them. Many consumers associate Microsoft only with the Windows machine they’re using. And all those “I’m a Mac, I’m a PC” ads have made Apple users like me feel kinda sorry for PCs.
But it’s a brand new decade, and …