Mobile World Congress
MWC 09: Nokia phones to feature preinstalled Skype
Skype and Nokia announce collaboration deal that will see the VoIP system on the N97 by the third quarter of this year.
MWC 09: T-Mobile unveils new devices and Nokia partnership
A bumper MWC for T-Mobile results in new handsets, a notebook, a marketplace with Nokia and next generation network trials.
MWC 09: Vodafone's Google phone dubbed HTC Magic
It was only a matter of time before Vodafone jumped on the Google phone/ Android bandwagon and it has done so today with news of its HTC-based Magic h…
MWC 09: Industry unites for universal mobile charger
GSMA and gaggle of mobile players have joined forces to create industry-wide charging standard for mobiles.
MWC 09: Acer gets 'serious' with smartphones
PC-maker Acer has launched the first four of eight smartphones in Barcelona this week on Windows, but with an eye on Google's Android, too.
MWC 09: Gates' cash means mobile payments for all
Bill and Melinda Gates have pledged $12.5 million to extending mobile phone payments to the ‘unbanked.’
MWC 09: Nokia's new app store and E-series devices
Mobile World Congress wouldn't be the same without a few announcements from Finnish mobile leader Nokia.
MWC 09: Vodafone gets customised Opera
Vodafone and Opera Software are teaming up on a bespoke version of the Opera Mini mobile browser.
MWC 09: Intel and LG go MID
Intel and LG are targeting the middle ground between smartphones and netbooks with their new mobile internet devices (MIDs).
MWC 09: Samsung's touch screen downturn strategy
The electronics giant is upbeat about the future. A future Samsung sees heavily focused on the touch screen and smartphone markets.
MWC 09: Microsoft launches Windows Marketplace
The company isn't just content with announcing Windows 6.5 for mobiles at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona.
MWC 09: Mobile companies fear insecure handsets
Most mobile phone manufacturers agree that the responsibility for security falls with them and the carrier, rather than the user.
MWC 09: GSMA to sell mobile user data
The GSM Association plans to spur mobile advertising by releasing user data.
Mobile World Congress 2009: It starts
The excitement gathers pace as the biggest event in the mobile industry’s calendar, Mobile World Congress, kicks off.
MWC 09: O2 pays users to take part in Litmus test
O2 has started paying customers for their time and feedback by launching an incentive programme for its Litmus developer platform.
MWC 09: Vodafone trials super speedy 3G HSPA+
Vodafone is building on its solid HSPA+ foundations to deliver speeds of 20Mbps during trial runs.
MWC 09: Vodafone’s new handsets for all markets
Mobile giant Vodafone has started MWC with a bang by announcing a range of new handsets aimed at both first-time mobile users and more advanced connoi…
MWC 09: Sony Ericsson's revamp, Idou and W995
Sony Ericsson unveils W995 and ‘Idou’ concept phone, and reveals its other plans for the future.
MWC 09: Orange and HP's mobile broadband tag team
Mobile giant Orange and computing leader HP have joined forces to distribute connectivity-happy notebooks.
Mobile World Congress 2009 roundup
It's the biggest mobile event in the IT calendar each year. Here's our roundup of what's hot and what's not at this year's Mobile World Congress in Ba…
Top Mobile World Congress rumours
With the year’s biggest mobile phone exhibition and conference just around the corner, the rumour mill is running overtime.
Week in Numbers: Silent discos and data breaches
This week in IT saw some excitement with a milestone for Microsoft, a silent disco dance party, and new data breach stats.
Mobile connections top four billion worldwide
Emerging markets and connected devices are driving mobile network use, says the GSMA.
Motorola kicks off UK LTE trial
Long term evolution (LTE) trial network is unveiled in Swindon.