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Mobile World Congress 2012 Articles

Brightcove Announces Update To App Cloud At Mobile World Congress Brightcove Announces Update To App Cloud At Mobile World Congress

Brightcove has announced an update to their App Cloud development platform at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today. The update adds cloud services, push messaging, and content-level analytics that should make it easier for app owners to engage their …

Opera Payment Exchange Taking Mobile Payments Around The World Opera Payment Exchange Taking Mobile Payments Around The World

Everybody is getting into the mobile payment business these days. While Google Wallet has been one of the most talked about (and hacked) mobile payment options, Opera now offers their own alternative. Opera Software, developer of the Opera browser, announced …

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Announced At Mobile World Congress Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Announced At Mobile World Congress

Samsung unveiled their latest tablet today at the Mobile World Congress. The Galaxy Note 10.1 is designed to bring features introduced with the recently-launched Galaxy Note smartphone/tablet hybrid (“phablet,” if you will). The Galaxy Note 10.1 includes Samsung’s S Pen …

Samsung Unveils Galaxy S WiFi 4.2 At Mobile World Congress Samsung Unveils Galaxy S WiFi 4.2 At Mobile World Congress
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Samsung Unveils Galaxy S WiFi 4.2 Samsung has announced the new Galaxy S WiFi 4.2 at the 2012 Mobile World Congress. The new device is a wifi-only version of Samsung’s Galaxy S smartphone. The device promises “the best of Android” …

HTC One Series Unveiled At Mobile World Congress HTC One Series Unveiled At Mobile World Congress

At the Mobile World Congress 2012, HTC has unveiled their latest line of Anroid-based smartphones. The HTC One series consists of three phones designed to appeal to a range of customers and their varying budgets. All three phones will run …

Mozilla Announces Open Web Devices At Mobile World Congress 2012 Mozilla Announces Open Web Devices At Mobile World Congress 2012

Mozilla has always been one of the largest supporters of open web standards including HTML5. They made their support more official this week with a pair of announcements at Barcelona. According to the Mozilla blog, the company said it will …