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Canonical announces full Ubuntu experience for docked Android devices

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Canonical– the company responsible for the Ubuntu Linux distro– have announced today a fully functioning build of Ubuntu for Android devices. The Ubuntu Unity build will boot right up after the phone is docked to a keyboard and connected to a display, providing the full experience powered by a...
Canonical announces full Ubuntu experience for docked Android devices
HTC CEO Peter Chou Reflects On A Rough 2012, Says 2013 "Won't Be Too Bad"

THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: Microsoft's Cloud Computing Platform Melts Down (MSFT)

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The Microsoft Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email. MSFT Up With MarketsMarkets are up as retail sales smash expectations. Shares of MSFT are up with technology. Upcoming catalysts include Windows 8, Windows Server 8, Office 15 and Windows Phone 8;...
THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: Microsoft's Cloud Computing Platform Melts Down (MSFT)

Qualcomm shows off Snapdragon 800 voice activation and photo editing abilities (video)

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Qualcomm unveiled its new Snapdragon SoC flag bearer at CES, and here at MWC 2013 we got to see some of what the 800 series can do. Last week, the company revealed the chip's voice activation feature that allows users to wake the chip up using a voice command....
Qualcomm shows off Snapdragon 800 voice activation and photo editing abilities (video)
Nokia to unveil cheap Lumia 610 alongside high-end camera phone at MWC [video]

LG releases teaser video for new 5-inch Optimus Vu

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With the Mobile World Congress trade show set to take place later this month in Barcelona, we might be getting our first look at what LG has planned with a new device called Optimus Vu teased in new ads (via BGR). We already know a lot about the device:...
LG releases teaser video for new 5-inch Optimus Vu

TaT’s PlayBook wireless document-sharing app, you could say it’s astonishing [Video]

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Having spent a lot of time at the booths of various mobile vendors here at MWC, we have seen plenty of devices, but not much in the way of cool software. We just spent some time at RIM’s stand and saw some pretty cool developments from the The Astonishing Tribe...
TaT’s PlayBook wireless document-sharing app, you could say it’s astonishing [Video]

Lumigon T2 hands-on at MWC 2012

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We've been waiting for Lumigon to get around to launching its Android opus for a while now. Fortunately, MWC is precisely the right kind of place for a new company to catch the eye of the mobile press. With Ice Cream Sandwich and Bang and Olufsen involvement, we had...
Lumigon T2 hands-on at MWC 2012
The Engadget Interview: RIM VP of Enterprise Alan Panezic at MWC 2012 (video)

The Engadget Interview: Jolla CEO Marc Dillon at MWC 2013

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Jolla launched its Sailfish SDK at MWC 2013 and we got the chance to chat with CEO Marc Dillon about the company's history and to find out how things have been coming along with Sailfish OS since our hands-on late last year. We also discussed the time frame for...
The Engadget Interview: Jolla CEO Marc Dillon at MWC 2013

Fujitsu to show dust/water-proof Quad-core Tegra 3 Android ICS smartphone with 13.1 mpx camera at MWC

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One of the more interesting things at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona will be the return of Japanese phone makers to the world market. Panasonic has already told us about its water proof Eluga. Fujitsu confided to Financial Times about its big smartphone plans in Europe, but kept silent about...
Fujitsu to show dust/water-proof Quad-core Tegra 3 Android ICS smartphone with 13.1 mpx camera at MWC
With MWC Nearing, More Evidence Of A Nokia Tablet Emerges

Alleged MWC press photo shows Samsung Galaxy S II successor with Android 4.0

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Although Samsung has confirmed that it won't be announcing the Galaxy S III at the upcoming Mobile World Congress trade show, we may still be seeing a new Galaxy S. Rumors have surfaced of a possible smaller update — known as the "Galaxy S II Plus" — that would...
Alleged MWC press photo shows Samsung Galaxy S II successor with Android 4.0

Samsung HomeSync Android TV box packs 1TB HDD, dual-core CPU

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A mobile-focused show like MWC 2013 seems like an odd place to show off a TV-connected box, but that's how Samsung has chosen to introduce its new HomeSync device. Powered by a 1.7GHz dual-core CPU and running Android Jelly Bean, it's a media hub that the press release claims...
Samsung HomeSync Android TV box packs 1TB HDD, dual-core CPU
Acer CloudMobile Android 4.0 phone to be unveiled at MWC

Video look: E-ink Android phone that runs for weeks on a charge

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A number of high-performing, cutting edge smartphones were introduced both at last month’s Consumer Electronics Show and this week’s Mobile World Congress. With super high-resolution screens and fast processors, however, most of these handsets run out of juice by day’s end, if not before. Would you give up some speed,...
Video look: E-ink Android phone that runs for weeks on a charge
LG says no Windows Phone devices at MWC

DigitalOptics' fast MEMS camera enables Lytro-like post-capture refocus (video)

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Tech shows like CES and MWC are great for taking a peek at what's coming up in the world of consumer electronics, even down to the component level. At the latter show this year, we came across DigitalOptics whose name may not sound familiar, but you may already be...
DigitalOptics' fast MEMS camera enables Lytro-like post-capture refocus (video)

New Photo Technology Lets You Get Rid Of The People You Don’t Love

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No, silly, this isn’t about murder – it’s a program to remove people from a photo! Scalado has created a photo-taking system that allows you to selectively remove people in a photo. How does it work? It basically interpolates the “clean” version of the scene by watching the moving,...
New Photo Technology Lets You Get Rid Of The People You Don’t Love

Samsung Galaxy S III confirmed as official Olympic phone, delivering NFC payWave payments for athletes

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We may have known this was the case for a number of months already but today Visa has announced that Samsung’s new Galaxy S III will indeed be the official London 2012 Olympic Games smartphone, combining to offer NFC payments to athletes while they are competing in the city. Launched...
Samsung Galaxy S III confirmed as official Olympic phone, delivering NFC payWave payments for athletes
The Verge live at Mobile World Congress

SXSWrpg: In Which My Silly Tweets Evolve Into Something Awesome

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My life involves a lot of acronyms. One month, it’s CES. The next, MWC. Then GDC. Then CTIA. For quite a few years, interrupting my life’s regularly scheduled programming to float from trade show to trade show was the regularly scheduled programming. Going to the same shows year after...
SXSWrpg: In Which My Silly Tweets Evolve Into Something Awesome

Guess who else is planning lots of Android LTE devices

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“These LTE devices are the fore-runners of a wide range of LTE devices ZTE will bring to the market in the coming months, as more and more LTE networks come on stream.” That’s a quote from He Shiyou, executive VP and head of ZTE’s terminal division, commenting on two new handsets...
Guess who else is planning lots of Android LTE devices

Nokia Drive 3 teased at MWC with commute alerts via live tiles (video)

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When the folks at Nokia took us aside and asked if we'd like a preview of the latest features slated for Nokia Drive, we knew something good was in store. Our intuition wasn't wrong. The next version of Nokia's navigation software will focus on commutes -- aiming to make...
Nokia Drive 3 teased at MWC with commute alerts via live tiles (video)

Skype for Windows Phone may finally launch by month’s end

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Microsoft could launch Skype for Windows Phone by the end of the month, after it was reported by The Verge that it has already begun seeding a test version of the app to its Windows Phone Marketplace for employees to download. The popular tech website cites sources which say the...
Skype for Windows Phone may finally launch by month’s end

The Engadget Mobile Podcast, live at 10:15AM ET at MWC 2013!

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We would say it's been an absolutely epic and crazy Mobile World Congress, but we'd be lying. Instead, we'll talk to you about what we saw, felt and heard -- some of it good, and some just outright disgusting. There's a span of two weeks to cover, so it...
The Engadget Mobile Podcast, live at 10:15AM ET at MWC 2013!

Huawei plans Asian, Euro LTE smartphones, devices by July

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Huawei has used the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona to announce several new LTE smartphones and devices. The Chinese vendor has revealed that it would add LTE supported versions of the Ascend D series and Ascend P1 handsets as well as the E3276 wireless network card and E5776 Wi-Fi...
Huawei plans Asian, Euro LTE smartphones, devices by July

MWC 2012: Sony announces release date for Tablet P

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On Tuesday, Sony announced that it will begin selling its two-screen tablet, the Tablet P, on March 4. The tablet will cost $399.99 with a two-year contract. The tablet has the capability to run on AT&T’s HSPA+ network, making it capable of 4G speeds. The tablet will run Android 3.2,...
MWC 2012: Sony announces release date for Tablet P
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