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The GSMA Mobile World Congress is the world’s most important wireless communication trade show. It is held in Barcelona gathers between 60,000 and 70,000 industry insiders and decision-makers. Until 2006, the same event was called 3GSM World, but it was clear that the “3G” name couldn’t stick for long, so a longer-term solution was devised. Mobile World Congress is organized by GSMA, which is the GSM Association supported by carriers and other wireless industry companies. GSMA was formed in 1995.


LG G4 Cases Possibly Reveal Hints About Its Design

04/01/2015, Yesterday LG confirmed that it will conduct an event on April 28th, at the event it will quite possibly unveil the LG G4. The company didn’t show off its flagship smartphone at MWC this time around and instead waited more than a month to unveil...

Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet Review: Hands-On

03/07/2015, Sony unveiled its awesomely elegant and uber-light Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet at MWC 2015, a device with great performance powered by the fastest Qualcomm processor (Snapdragon 810), featuring a stunning display and packaged in a sleek body that is 50 g...

Ubergizmo’s Best of MWC 2015 Awards

03/05/2015, Mobile World Congress 2015 is over, and it was one hell of a show. It’s a bit frustrating that we’re never able to see everything, but we are leaving the show knowing that we have seen and touched most of the best gadgets that just came out. Phones,...

LG Expected To Release Another High-End Smartphone After The G4

03/04/2015, Many would have expected LG to unveil its new flagship at the Mobile World Congress 2015. Its rivals HTC and Samsung did so but LG had made it quite clear before this event that it will not be showing off the LG G4 in Barcelona. Instead the company is...

Zopo Touch Sports Curved Glass

03/04/2015, [MWC 2015] While the whole world is enamored with all the major brand announcements made over at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, this year, including the Samsung Galaxy S6, what happens when there are other far smaller players in the market...

In-Car Dashboard Software To Pay For Things In The Future?

03/03/2015, [MWC 2015] It seems that payment for goods are going to get even more convenient in the future. Three rather unlikely allies have come together – Visa, Accenture and Pizza Hut, having announced a spanking new proof-of-concept connected car program...

Wiko Highway Star 4G And Pure 4G Handsets Revealed

03/03/2015, [MWC 2015] Wiko, a French smartphone manufacturer, has decided to take advantage of MWC 2015 by revealing a couple of new devices to the masses – the Highway Star 4G as well as the Highway Pure 4G. First of all, the Highway Star 4G could very well...

BlackBerry Teases Curved Screen Slider Smartphone

03/03/2015, [MWC 2015] I don’t know about you, but BlackBerry is certainly having a ball of a time today, first having announced that the BlackBerry Classic will be made available in three more new colors apart from the regular black, as well as the official...

BlackBerry Leap Revealed

03/03/2015, [MWC 2015] Acer might have introduced a particular device with the name ‘Leap’ inside of it – but this should not stop other companies from taking a ‘leap of faith’ (pardon the pun) to go down the same route, too. For instance, the...

Qualcomm Sense ID: Next-Gen Fingerprint Reader

03/02/2015, While we typically hear about Qualcomm for its Snapdragon mobile processors, the San Diego based company has announced a next-Gen fingerprint reading technology, which is based on ultrasound, which makes it possible to perceive the fingerprints in...

Samsung Is Developing A ‘Perfect’ Smartwatch

03/02/2015, Ever since Samsung launched its first smartwatch back in 2013 the company has released multiple models, more so than any of its rivals, so it came as a surprise for many when at MWC 2015 the company didn’t show off a new smartwatch while its...

Qualcomm Zeroth: A Cognitive Computing Platform

03/02/2015, Qualcomm has launched Zeroth, a “cognitive computing platform” based on deep-learning algorithms that would make all kinds of devices (understand Qualcomm-based ones, Snapdragon or otherwise) much more aware of the context in which they are being...