MWC (Mobile World Congress)

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.

Samsung Will Show Off Its New Wearable Platform At MWC Later This Month
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Google’s Revamped Wear OS Could Be Shown Off Later This Month
Oppo Shows Off Its Own True Wireless Charging Technology
Huawei’s Smart Home Shows Off What HarmonyOS Can Do
GSMA To Hold Meeting This Friday To Determine The Fate Of MWC 2020
It Looks Like NVIDIA Will Be Sitting Out On MWC 2020 As Well
Coronavirus Forces LG To Sit Out MWC 2020
Ubergizmo’s Best of MWC 2019Editor's Pick
Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO A340 Desktop Launched
This Is What The Huawei P30 Allegedly Looks Like
OnePlus 7 Will Not Have Wireless Charging
T-Mobile’s 5G Plans Will Be Unlimited, Won’t Be More Expensive Than 4G
Vuzix Unveils M400 Smart Glasses Aimed At Enterprise Users
TCL’s Dragonhinge Could Usher In More Foldable Devices
Lenovo Unveils The ThinkVision M14 Portable External Monitor
Thanks To Sprint, Google Fi Will Soon Be Able To Offer 5G As Well
Android’s FIDO2 Certification Could Mean A Passwordless Future
Sony Has A 5G Prototype Smartphone At MWC 2019
Energizer’s Smartphone With An 18,000mAh Battery Is Ridiculous
Nubia Alpha Smartwatch Is All Display