Michael Carroll Have you recovered from the Mobile World Congress yet? Even if you weren't one of the 85,000 people who attended the annual trade show in Barcelona in person, if you...
Google and Samsung Electronics are prodding Chinese regulators to ensure that once Microsoft's deal for Nokia's handset unit closes they won't be forced to pay higher patent licensing fees, according to a Bloomberg report.
A wide range of U.S. wireless carriers announced they plan to sell Samsung's newly announced Galaxy S5 smartphone, the flagship Android device from the world's largest smartphone manufacturer.
BARCELONA, Spain--Samsung failed to disclose the price of its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, during a launch event held in conjunction with the Mobile World Congress trade show here.
BARCELONA, Spain--Samsung Electronics is hosting its "Unpacked" event tonight here at the Mobile World Congress trade show and is widely expected to unveil its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5. Stay tuned for coverage soon.
BARCELONA, Spain--Microsoft announced a number of new firms are planning to use its Windows Phone software, many of which were initially skeptical about the mobile OS. The announcement of new partners comes just ahead of Microsoft finalizing its $7.4 billion deal for the handset division of Nokia, the largest maker of Windows Phones.
BARCELONA, Spain—Samsung Electronics unveiled two new Galaxy Gear smart watches, and they are running on the Tizen operating system and not Android, as had been rumored.
Samsung Electronics will debut a second version of its smart watch, the Galaxy Gear, next week, according to multiple reports. And according to several of those reports the watch will run on the Tizen operating system and not Android, as the first iteration of the Galaxy Gear does.
Samsung Electronics might start selling its next flagship phone, expected to be called the Galaxy S5, for less than previous models in the Galaxy S line, after encouragement by at least one carrier, according to a Bloomberg report.
In the run-up to every Mobile World Congress, media and analysts spend much time speculating on what is likely to feature at the event, indicating the importance of these four days as a bellwether for the mobile industry. Already there are signs that this is shaping up to be an eventful show--certainly if Huawei's recent video teaser is anything to go by.