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HTC's Peter Chou in Bizarre Hunt for Hot Spanish Motorbike Dude

HTC's CEO Peter Chou has a funny story for you. He got stuck in traffic during Mobile World Congress, on his way to an important meeting. A passing motorcyclist rescued him from his taxi hell and whisked him to his destination. Peter wants to hook up with this man again and shower him with free stuff. Read More >>

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Mozilla is Planning a £15 Firefox OS Smartphone for Developing Countries

In developing countries, the high-end smartphone market is cornered by the big guys. But at Mobile World Congress, the nonprofit Mozilla announced a plan to get a different slice of the smartphone pie—with a low-end Firefox OS phone that costs just $25, or £15. Read More >>

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Launch Event Will Not be a Theatrical, Sexist Mess

Samsung's bizarre, music hall Galaxy S4 launch event is unlikely to be repeated this year, which is definitely for the best. Instead, Samsung is said to be favouring a "low-key" launch at Mobile World Congress for the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S5. Read More >>

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LG G Pro 2 is Indeed Coming to Mobile World Congress

LG's Korean social team has announced that it will be bringing the rumoured LG G Pro 2 to Mobile World Congress. In a brief post about the new hardware, LG says the first G Pro (pictured) sold more than one million units in Korea. We think that's good. Sounds good. So it's making more of them. [LG via Android Central] Read More >>

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LG May Have an Optimus G Pro 2 to Show at Mobile World Congress

Rumours claim LG might be bringing its 2014 flagship model to MWC next month, with sources suggesting the LG Optimus G Pro 2 could be one of the latest must-have, high-end models to appear at the February tech event. Read More >>

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HP's Going Android With £125 Slate 7 Tablet

The HP Slate 7 is beyond fashionably late to the Android tablet party, but it tries to make up for its tardiness with a very low price. When the device arrives in April, HP's first Google-powered tablet just announced at this year's Mobile World Congress will cost just $169 (so around £125). That's around £40-50 less than the the Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire HD. So how does this value-priced device stand out? HP is playing up the Slate 7′s Beats Audio sound and wireless printing capabilities. Read More >>

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Samsung's Galaxy S 4 Tipped for Non-Shock March 2013 Launch

You probably don't need telling that Samsung's going to have a new high-end Galaxy S model ready to sell to us all in 2013, as that's about as guaranteed as the fact that 2013 will come with 12 months inside it and some of them will feature unusually high levels of rainfall. But... Read More >>

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Anyone Lost a Phone in San Francisco?

Someone's found a, unreleased prototype phone in a bar again. This one's quite easy to identify, as it's covered in stickers and serial numbers and looks to have half its hardware features removed. Read More >>

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IT Men Take Control of Your Phone, With VMWare's Dual Persona Cloud Profiles

VMWare's Dual Persona system is designed to help companies remotely manage smartphones. Once activated, users see a "work" toggle on their mobiles, which alters the set-up so only company-approved apps are accessible. Read More >>

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Nokia's 41-Megapixel 808 Priced at £465, Due April 24th

The unlocked phone retailers have been busy badgering Nokia for details on its newest Mobile World Congress announcements, revealing prices and launch dates for the Nokia 808 and Lumia 610. Read More >>

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Ford Sync Coming to Europe in the B-Max Dashboard

Who would've thought that car behemoth Ford would be at Mobile World Congress? But it was. Because it has the European launch of its Ford Sync in-car app and connectivity suite to talk about. Read More >>

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ZTE Goes High-End with 4.5" Android 4.0 Goliath

ZTE has just confirmed plans to launch yet another different type of mobile telephone, in the large, slab like shape of its ZTE PF112 model. Read More >>

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Huawei's 10.1" MediaPad Update Spotted at MWC

One of the many, many new Android devices at the Mobile World Congress event comes via Huawei, which is showing off a 10" update of its 7" MediaPad tablet. Read More >>

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ViewSonic ViewPhone 4S -- Small, High-Res Smartphone

ViewSonic has just announced a whole batch of new smartphones at Mobile World Congress, with the highlight being its slim and colourful little ViewPhone 4S model. Wonder where it got that name from? Read More >>

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Samsung Has Another Underwhelming Non-Phone Media Player

That's the new Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi 4.2, the latest in a long, long line of disappointing media players based loosely around the company's popular Galaxy S series of smartphones. Read More >>

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HTC Has "Something Fast" to Show on Sunday

HTC also has a secret thing to show at Mobile World Congress, like Nokia and Asus. Sadly, HTC's secrets have long been smeared across the internet, so everyone knows its fast things are new dual and quad-core Android phones. But good to see HTC carrying on the charade and pretending it isn't the leakiest ship in technology. [HTC] Read More >>

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