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by brian heater

 You know what people like? Lights. Brightly colored, flashing lights. Lights for notifications and lights for fun. Lights for all occasion. So, so many shiny lights. Lights like the lights on the back of Alcatel’s A5 LED, a fun feature on what is...
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Monday, February 27, 2017
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 Mobile World Congress kicked off over the weekend with press conferences from Samsung, Sony, LG and Motorola. But all anyone seems to care about is a 17-year-old device. A reboot. A candy bar feature phone whose main selling point is its ability to...
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Monday, February 27, 2017
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 Oppo’s big Mobile World Congress announcement wasn’t an actual phone. Sure it arrived in a prototype roughly the size and shape of a phone, but it wasn’t really. It was proof of concept, the company showing off the imagine technology it’s spent...
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Monday, February 27, 2017
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 The news happens before the convention really starts. That’s the rule of thumb for covering tech show. The big companies scramble all over one another to make their announcements at overlapping press conferences in the days leading up to an event....
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Monday, February 27, 2017
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 We knew Samsung would be launches a tablet or two at tonight’s big Mobile World Congress kick off event, but it turns out the company also had a couple of other surprises of its sleeve. The Galaxy maker kick things off with a handful of 5G and infrastructural...
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Sunday, February 26, 2017
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 Mobile World Congress could have been Samsung’s big moment to put 2016 behind it once and for all with a brand new flagship handset. Instead, the company is using the world’s biggest smartphone show to debut two distinctly different – yet decidedly...
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Sunday, February 26, 2017
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 The enterprise category is a no-brainer for the world’s largest drone manufacturer. Sure, it’s not as sexy as the consumer and cinematography categories with which the company is most closely associated, but it’s a growing industry, and will...
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Sunday, February 26, 2017
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 Smartwatches are hard. Recent numbers certainly reflect that fact. Motorola bowed out and Pebble simply evaporated. This week at Mobile World Congress, Huawei continues the good fight with the simply titled Watch 2. So, at least you know what you’re...
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Sunday, February 26, 2017
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 The big news about the LG G6 is its screen. Not big in the phablet sense (which isn’t to say, of course, that 5.7 inches isn’t substantial), but big as in wide, with an unusually large 18:9 aspect (read: 2:1). But aspect ratios are a tough sell,...
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Sunday, February 26, 2017
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 The modular G5 was a novel device, but novelty alone doesn’t sell phones. So LG went back to the drawing board for its followup, and the result is, on a whole, a fairly straightforward flagship smartphone. The LG G6 is a good looking handset, but...
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Sunday, February 26, 2017
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 A very happy Mobile World Congress to you and yours. The world’s largest smartphone show is still a couple of days from its official kick off, but there’s plenty of news to be had this weekend. Samsung will be taking the stage tonight in Barcelona...
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Saturday, February 25, 2017
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 If you thought the BlackBerry Mercury had a bit of a codename vibe to it, you weren’t wrong. Today at Mobile World Congress, TCL officially took the wraps of its first true BlackBerry handset, now going by the admittedly less sleek KeyOne (pronounced...
From: TechCrunch | By: Brian Heater | Saturday, February 25, 2017
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