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Google & Samsung move to counter Apple Pay debut

a few reasons why the announcement piques the interest. Firstly there’s the timing of it. Mobile World Congress is just around the corner, and mobile payments is likely to be...

Liberty Global's Diederik Karsten


Cable operators must embrace mobile, says Liberty Global

Cable operators will increasingly find it hard to compete if they don’t offer mobile services, according to Liberty Global executive Diederik Karsten. Speaking at Cable Congress in Amsterdam, Karsten,...

Jim O’Loughlin, VP sales of the Applications Business Unit at NewNet


A land of opportunity

As anyone who has attended any of the large industry events like Mobile World Congress over the last few years will attest, the convergence of several vertical markets with...



Informa’s MWC Round Up – Day Three

Mark Newman, Chief Research Officer at Informa Telecoms & Media comments on all the major news from day three of Mobile World Congress. Dorito loco tacos, cupcakes and frozen...

Mobile World Congress


On with the show

It is time once again for Mobile World Congress. As 50,000 players in the mobile space convene in Barcelona, Mike Hibberd takes a look at some of the likely...


Best in show

Garret Johnston visited 117 stands at this year’s mobile world congress. Of those companies, only six were able to tell him in simple terms how their product or service...


Consumers to use more data services despite crunch

released this week. Speaking to at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, industry researcher Nielsen said that European and US mobile users intend to dramatically increase the...


Measurability key to mobile advertising success

with at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, mobile advertising firm Gigafone said that mobile allows advertisers a more focused and effective use of their advertising spend and...


Samsung gets touchy-feely, but no Android

at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week. “We are confident that we will grow during 2009,” he said, “despite the economic downturn.” Among the new touch-screen phones Samsung...

Clock ticking for WiMAX


Clock ticking for WiMAX

...And from the time when Arun Sarin, as Vodafone CEO, warned the LTE community at the 2007 Mobile World Congress that they might find themselves playing catch up to WiMAX,...


LiMo picks up speed with carrier commitments

World Congress next week by NEC and Panasonic together with new prototype models from LG Electronics and Samsung. Further active operator participants in the LiMo Foundation include KTF, SFR, Softbank...


Android debuts on HTC device

la Mobile reckons its developments are able to trim a device’s time-to-market by “at least half”. Mobile World Congress, which kicks off in Barcelona next month, is expected to be...


3GSM: Mobile TV to steal the show

The mobile industry’s frenzied efforts to reinvent itself as a mobile entertainment business continue apace, with mobile TV making a larger than life appearance at 3GSM World Congress, which...


Mobile IM usage to soar

operators in Malaysia and Singapore planning the development and launch of interoperable IM services. Launched at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona last February, the initiative aims to make...


3GSM Asia: Asian ops plan IM rollout

services. Launched at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona last February, the initiative aims to make instant messaging on mobile networks as ubiquitous and popular as text messaging. Fifteen...

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