New smartphones are coming from Huawei, LG, Nokia, Sony, Moto and many more at the MWC that runs in Barcelona, Spain from 27 February to 2 March. More than 2200 companies are exhibiting.
Qualcomm flexed its muscles at the Consumer Electronics Show – it makes many of the ARM chips inside smartphones and IoT devices and it wants a greater say in where these devices are heading.
LG wowed audiences at the Consumer Electronics Show with a new 77” W7 “Picture-on-wall” using its latest OLED panel that is just 2.57mm thin and mounts flat to any wall using micro-thin magnetic brackets. The effect is like looking out a window and it received the CES Best of Innovation award.
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