MWC 2011: News roundup

All the news, views and reviews from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

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This week marks the biggest event in the mobile industry's calendar: Mobile World Congress 2011.

IT PRO is at the show, so stay tuned for all the news, views, reviews and comment coming out of the conference.


Everything Everywhere merger 'good for UK economy'

ARM benefits from latest smartphone releases

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Operators join together for NFC mobiles

Schmidt says EU a group I can work with'

Twitter CEO plays down takeover rumours

EU voices fury at roaming rip-offs

IBM aims to ease app store creation

Intel demos MeeGo tablet experience

Motorola Mobility launches Android enterprise solution

HTC launches Flyer tablet and five smartphones

IE9 coming to Windows Phone 7

ViewSonic reveals ViewPad 10pro

LG unveils Optimus Pad and 3D smartphone

Samsung updates Galaxy smartphone and tablet

Sony Ericsson launches Xperia Pro

First Nokia Windows phone 7 device in 2011

Video reviews

Acer Iconia A100 and A500

HP TouchPad

RIM BlackBerry PlayBook

HP Pre3

Motorola Pro

HTC Flyer tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1


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