Samsung is planning to bring its projector smartphone to the UK, after an initial launch in Korea.
Nokia’s Sports Tracker has scooped the gong for Best Mobile Internet Service at the MWC.
Touchscreens and green technology stole the show at the world’s largest mobile phone expo. We take a look at the key trends for handsets for the year ahead.
The watch phone from LG is garnering huge press attention at the world’s largest mobile phone expo.
Mobile phones will use a universal charger from 2012, it has been confirmed.
A second Android handset is being planned by Vodafone, to be released during spring 2009.
The offer of free BlackBerry mail from Orange has thrown a lifeline to UK businesses, it has been claimed.
Job losses and the closure of an R&D facility have been confirmed by Nokia, as it looks to cut costs.
An entry level, cheaper iPhone is on the way, a mobile phone market expert has forecast.
Virgin Mobile has trimmed the price of its low cost monthly contract to just £8.32 per month, making it the cheapest on the market.