Mobile World Congress 2010

Mobile World Congress 2010 News

HP Compaq AirLife 100 smartbook rocks Snapdragon, Android

We’ve missed this one, but it’s important so we’re going with it nonetheless… HP has unveiled its first Android-powered smartbook called Compaq AirLife 100. As you can guess from the post’s title, this baby gets its power from Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipset (QSD8250), ensuring for smooth experience. Here are the highlights: 10.1-inch touchscreen (this is definitely…

HTC reaffirms ‘commitment’ to Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform

HTC has seemingly fallen in love with Google’s Android mobile operating system – they’ve been launching Android phones left and right, as of late – but the company that got its start building smartphones powered by Microsoft’s Windows Mobile platform hasn’t forgotten its roots. At Mobile World Congress, HTC CEO Peter Chou reiterated his company’s…

ZTE Bingo is an all-touchscreen Brew phone

After HTC, China’s ZTE is jumping on Qualcomm’s Brew bandwagon with its own all-touchscreen phone. It’s called Bingo and it looks kinda nice-ish, with features including a 3.2-inch touchscreen, 7.2Mbps HSDPA connectivity, 5-megapixel camera along with a front-facing VGA camera and GPS. In addition, ZTE says the Bingo runs “a new dynamic UI that supports…

SPB launches turnkey mobile TV solution for carriers

It’s not just the latest (and greatest) version (5.0) of SPB Mobile Shell that SPB Software launched at the Mobile World Congress. The company also unveiled the SPB TV Mobile Operators Solution, which they tout as a “slick combination of server-side and client-side software meant to provide carriers with the best-in-class mobile TV experience, enjoyable…

Motorola MILESTONE hitting Spain at the end of March

During the Mobile World Congress, Motorola announced the launch of MILESTONE (that’s DROID in the U.S.) in Spain. The device will be available SIM-free starting from the end of March — meaning they still have to find a carrier partner. Pricing was not unveiled, though. You already know what’s inside the MILESTONE, but it’s worth…

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