Last year at Mobile World Congress during Eric Schmidt’s keynote address he spoke about slowing Android releases down. Android releases were coming in rapid fire succession, and while Honeycomb threw the schedule off a bit, the two phone releases, Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich, had about a year of separation. Google keeps the Android details
Everyone’s favorite music and tv tagging app, Shazam has done it again. This time they took to MWC to show off the fastest tagging and the ability to share via Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich’s, beam feature. Shazam has already updated their Android and provided enhancements to make the fun music, tv, and content recognition
This is definitely the year for ZTE. We aren’t quite sure yet if they’ve “stolen the show” but they are darn close. In fact China as a whole may have stolen the show between the combined efforts of ZTE and rival Huawei. In addition to the data products and Android phones ZTE has announced at
Samsung Telecommunications’ ever so vocal leader, JK Shin, made a statement to reporters at Mobile World Congress on Monday morning that has reverberated throughout the mobile community. Last year was a record year for Samsung. The S. Korean global electronics giant sold 97.4 million smartphones, edging out Apple by 3.4 million units for the year.
Asus is having a rather good show here at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Spain. We reported earlier in the day that Asus finally unveiled the re-tweaked Padfone and is preparing it for market. Now up for your consideration is the new Asus Transformer Pad Infinity. The Transformer Pad Infinity will come in three varieties:
Danish company Lumigon has taken the wraps off their super sexy T2 Android phone. Just stop and look at that beautiful phone for a minute. Scandinavian companies are often known for beautiful and stylish designs, the T2 is no exception. The T2 is manufactured from stainless steel and glass, while keeping the design refined, elegant
Sony’s new Sony Mobile Communications unit is up, running and releasing devices at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain today. Now that they’ve completed their buyout of partner Ericsson they’re dropping the “Ericsson” from their new phones and going just under the branding of Sony. The Sony Xperia U builds on the style and design