1.7 billion people got a new handset last year. What happens to the old ones? Seven million of them were reused and renewed by eRecyclingCorps. “If subsidies are the drugs of the mobile industry, then incentivized device recycling is the methadone,” says Dave Edmondson, CEO of eRecyclingCorps.
Guest Post The mobile industry has clearly shifted to the U.S., but it has also led to a rise in European mobile app development.
Guest Post With some 70,000 visitors in Barcelona this week for the Mobile World Congress, the tone is being set for the next phase of the dynamic mobile telecommunications industry.
One way of getting a handle on the mobile industry's trends is to look at how the floor space at Mobile World Congress gets divided up.
If you're at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, you've got to balance late-night parties and early-morning meetings.
The company is adapting its GameTanium Mobile service to smart TVs.
The Mozilla Foundation announced a greatly expanded lineup of hardware and carrier partners for its upcoming HTML-based Firefox OS yesterday at Mobile World Congress.
T-Mobile has revealed that it will exclusively offer the Windows 8 powered Nokia 521 device on its 4G network in the U.S. T-mobile has yet to announce availability and pricing but the 521 is expected to go on the market in late Spring or early summer.
Intel's new Atom chips will have twice the computing power and three times the graphics of last year's model.
Our correspondent arrives in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress 2013, and finds things have changed.
Can Immersion convince gadget makers to add more sense of touch to their devices?
The Tegra 4i has 60 graphics cores, five processor cores, and an integrated LTE modem for high-performance smartphones.
Wouldn't you like to carry around a worldphone?
Mobile payments is a sector on the cusp of exploding. The Nilson Report recently found that 73 percent of smartphone owners have used their device while shopping, yet only 2 percent claim to have used a mobile wallet or made …
Windows 8 is certain to make a huge splash with consumers — not just because it’s the next version of Windows, but because Microsoft has finally managed to crack the code for putting Windows on tablets.
But I think Windows …
Samsung didn’t do a good job of hiding the fact that it was going to show off a larger Galaxy Note here at Mobile World Congress (there were giant posters everywhere before the show started), but that doesn’t mean the …
The 41-megapixel camera on Nokia’s 808 PureView not only wowed the audience at the Mobile World Congress this week, it also landed Nokia the “Best New Mobile Handset, Device or Tablet at Mobile World Congress 2012” award.
A panel of …
Google chairman Eric Schmidt’s Mobile World Congress keynotes have always been interesting, but his keynote yesterday just about floored me as he put on his futurist hat with complete sincerity.
It’s not only a good watch, it’s required viewing.
Mobile advertising and marketing companies have turned out in droves this week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Their large presence is telling of just how much mobile content is ad-supported. eMarketer predicts that ad-supported content will account for almost …