Mobile World Congress

February 22, 2011
Though Nvidia's quad-core Kal-El platform was all the rage at Mobile World Congress this year, Texas Instruments made a huge splash showing off all the capabilities of its OMAP 4 chip. At its booth, T...
February 21, 2011
Muvee, the company behind Windows video editing software such as muvee Reveal and muvee AutoProducer, is gunning for your Android tablet or handset. At Mobile World Congress last week, the company showed off a couple of apps it hopes to license.
February 21, 2011
Fujitsu's not known for its phones here in the U.S., but the company has a a strong presence in Japan where it works not only on releasing handsets but developing underlying technologies. Last week, a...
February 21, 2011
Every mobile video chat client has one limitation or another. Either you can't communicate with users on the other major platforms or you can't use them over a 3G connection, or both.
February 17, 2011
If this year's Mobile World Congress was a game, it would be "Need for Speed," because everywhere we went, people were talking about faster mobile devices with high-end processors, some with as many f...
February 17, 2011
Despite the controversy surrounding MeeGo after Nokia decided to hitch its wagon to Windows Phone 7, Intel is still promoting the platform in a major way. This week, the company introduced a new Table...
February 17, 2011
As tech newsies groan and complain over the Motorola Xoom's recently-revealed price tags -- $799 on Verizon Wireless with no contract, $600 for Wi-Fi only -- the company's mobility chief, Sanjay Jha, ...
February 17, 2011
LogMeIn has been helping users access their PC desktops from their phones and tablets for a while now on both Android and iOS devices. Today, the makers of the popular remote access software demonstra...
February 17, 2011
If you're looked at the Motorola Xoom or other Android 3.0 tablets that are coming out and thought "that's nice, but I can't do serious work on them," you haven't seen Quickoffice running on it. Today...
February 17, 2011
When it comes to Netflix's watch instantly service, Android users get no love because Google's OS doesn't natively support the kind of DRM protections the streaming service requires. However, it looks...
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