The spread of the coronavirus — COVID-19 — is prompting businesses to undergo digital transformations, adopting new technologies to allow employees to remain productive and effective during the epidemic, according to global technology research firm OMDIA.
Folding phones are the big new thing for 2019, with Huawei's 5G-capable Mate X taking the fight right up to Samsung's Galaxy Fold, both due by mid-2019, and the previewed but unavailable until 2020 DragonHinge screens from TCL.
Australia's No.3 smartphone brand, Alcatel, has launched three new smartphones and a new tablet at Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona.
US President Donald Trump is likely to issue an executive order later this week banning the use of telecommunications equipment from Chinese companies in American wireless networks.
The mobile operators trade body, GSM Association, has proposed that its members hold a discussion about possible exclusion of Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from many developed markets, with operators fearing this may set them back by years.
Chinese phone manufacturer OPPO says it will launch the first 10x lossless zoom technology on a smartphone, with the technology to be shown off at the upcoming Mobile World Congress.
The GSM Association, which represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide, and the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which is aimed at enhancing collaboration and raising awareness about Internet governance issues.
Telstra says work is continuing in preparation for the 4G and 5G mobile technologies to integrate in future, including working with Ericsson, Qualcomm and Intel to develop the end-to-end 5G ecosystem.
Processor giant Intel will give a demonstration of a concept 5G-connected PC during the forthcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
With MWC 2018 only a few weeks away, industry specialists attending the show are lining up to discuss what they think this year's defining trends will be.
Depending on where you are in the world, late February is when Samsung will announce its Galaxy S9 smartphone, with "reimagined camera", presumably launching at MWC in Barcelona.
The Moto G “heritage” is one of premium features without a premium price tag. The all-new Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus remain true to this legacy, delivering what people want most without a premium price.
Sony has used the Mobile World Congress to launch an Xperia XZ Premium smartphone, two new XA models — the XA and XA1 Ultra — Xperia Touch Projector interface, and Xperia Ear Open-style Concept stereo earbuds.
Alcatel has used the Mobile World Congress to launch three new smartphones and a 4G Windows 10 tablet to deliver on its Alcatel’s enjoy.now promise with innovations for young consumers.
BlackBerry used the Mobile World Congress to launch its last fully BlackBerry designed, secure smartphone with a keyboard. But it is the first made by Chinese licensee TCL (makers of Alcatel) who will take over stewardship of the design, manufacture, and marketing of BlackBerry smartphones from here on in.
Samsung has used the Mobile World Congress to announce two models of its new Windows 10 Galaxy Book, an Android Galaxy Tab S3, and an updated Gear VR with a controller.
Nokia, once the world’s largest smartphone maker, has a new home — HMD — and it has been busy devising three new Android smartphones and breathing life back into one of the most successful phones ever – the 3310 feature phone.
Huawei’s new P10 and P10+ build on the P9 and Mate 9 heritage reinforcing that this company can design and manufacture flagship-class devices the equal of any major manufacturer.
LG was the first at the Mobile World Congress to announce its new flagship G6 – a 5.7” screen that fits into a traditional 5.2” body.
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.
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