The biggest winners from today’s announcement are likely to be China’s handset OEMs and its mobile operators. And Qualcomm itself did not do so badly.
Before the show, I posted that the nature of MWC has changed a lot over the years. This used to be a show solely focused on selling heavy iron networking […]
I have been attending MWC for nine years, for as long as the show has been held in Barcelona. But this was the first time I spent most of my […]
A Brief Photo Tour I took a few photos of things I thought were interesting but did not fit well in broader topics. First, LG’s Flex Phone, with a huge […]
The world of enterprise mobility continues to evolve quickly. Prior to the sow, the big news was VMWare’s acquisition of AirWatch. Fitting news, since the big news last year was […]
Last year, I wrote extensively about small cells. These were a hot topic at MWC 2013, but there were clear signs of froth. This year, there was a lot less […]
It became a running joke, a partially-funny metric. How long could you have a conversation at MWC without mentioning the $19 Billion Facebook acquisition of WhatsApp? If you made it […]