Assessing Mobile World Congress 2013's winners and losers

MWC score card 2013Last week's massive industry confab in Barcelona, Spain, attracted 72,000 attendees and produced the usual flurry of news announcements. It quickly became clear that there were a number of key themes dominating the Mobile World Congress 2013. The Fierce editorial team took stock of our impressions regarding the relevant trends in several categories--emerging devices, smartphones, mobile content, operating systems and infrastructure--and compiled them into this scorecard of the technologies and companies that we think emerged as the winners and losers at MWC 2013. Special Report

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