Mobile World Live was at the launch of the new Nokia Lumia 925. Our video feature highlights the key selling points of the new device and includes expert commentary on its likely fortunes.
During his Mobile World Congress 2013 keynote, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop reiterated his belief that feature phones at lower price points and aimed at developing markets would be used to broaden the vendor’s target market beyond its high-end Lumia smartphones, and emphasised that such devices are also …
Mark Shuttleworth, CEO of Canonical, the company behind the high-profile Ubuntu OS, delivers his keynote presentation at the 2013 Mobile World Congress.
Mobile World Live interviews the head of BlackBerry’s marketing efforts, as the vendor expands its release of the Z10 smartphone worldwide. In this interview Boulben updates on sales progress so far as well as plans for the release of the qwerty-based …
Mobile World Live was at the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone. This video feature highlights the main technology features of the company’s new flagship device and includes footage of the event as well as analyst commentary.
Steve Costello discusses innovation in the high-end smartphone sector. Panellists include Nick Dillon, Senior Analyst – Devices & Platforms, Ovum; Calum MacDougall, Head of Xperia Marketing Programme, Sony Mobile; & Andrew Bocking, SVP Software Product Management, BlackBerry.
Matt Ablott is joined in the studio by Jean-Marc Polga, Deputy Director of Devices, Orange; David Gosen, MD Europe, Nielsen; & Dirk Didascalou, SVP – R&D Mobile Phones, Nokia.
Executives from Mozilla, Ubuntu and Jolla took to the stage at Mobile World Congress 2013 to discuss the potential for innovation in the mobile platform market, against the backdrop of a market that is currently dominated by giants Apple and …
Mobile World Live was at the launch of the new BlackBerry 10 product, a move that is make-or-break for the company. This video feature gives an overview of the new devices and outlines the challenges the company faces.
Fresh from plans to push the Ubuntu operating system into the mobile market, the company behind the popular open-source computing OS shows Mobile World Live how the software will look on a smartphone.