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Mobile World Live will be reporting from CES in Las Vegas from January 7th through January 10th, providing daily video highlight features and extensive news coverage of all the major developments. Stay tuned!

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    Interview with WiGig Alliance Chairman Edit Post

    Mobile World Live talks with Dr Ali Sadri, just days after the WiGig Alliance announced plans to merge with the WiFi Alliance.
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    Video: Ubuntu demos mobile OS Edit Post

    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.
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    CES 2013: Day 4 Video Highlights - Showfloor review Edit Post

    Mobile World Live signs off its coverage of this year’s CES with a snapshot of the biggest and best stands at the show. Plus, Fox Television’s Shelly Palmer gives his thoughts on the event, and we meet the king himself, Elvis.
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    CES 2013: Day 3 Video Highlights - Samsung keynote; FCC Chairman heckled Edit Post

    Coverage of Samsung’s ‘bendy display’ keynote; FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski unveils plans to increase WiFi spectrum (but one CES attendee is not impressed…)
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    FCC Chairman reveals plans to free up more WiFi spectrum Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has outlined plans to free up unlicensed WiFi spectrum in the US in an effort to tackle what he called “the WiFi traffic jam.” The head of the US regulator announced the objective in a conference session in Las Vegas this afternoon, stating that the goal is to increase ...
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    Bill Clinton: More smartphones, fewer guns Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: Former US president Bill Clinton was the star attraction at the Samsung keynote this morning, sharing his vision of how technology can play a key role in addressing the world’s problems. The 42nd US President – an ambassador for Samsung’s ‘Hope for Children’ charity – quipped that when he first took office ...
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    Samsung ups its smartphone game with new eight-core processor and “bendable” displays Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: Samsung’s devices president Dr Stephen Woo opened day three of CES with a keynote address highlighting how advances in processors, memory and displays are underpinning the mobile revolution. Woo announced a new Samsung eight-core processor called the Exynos 5 ‘octa’ – but it was a series of demos showcasing the vendor’s new “bendable” display ...
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    Huawei touts “world’s smallest datacard” Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: Chinese vendor Huawei unveiled what it claims is “the world’s smallest datacard,” the UltraStick E3331. It measures 7 mm thin, 67.5 mm long and 25.5 mm wide and supports theoretical peak download speeds of 21 Mb/s. The UltraStick E3331 is the followup to the E369 and will be launched initially in the ...
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    CES 2013: Day 2 Video Highlights - T-Mobile attacks US rivals Edit Post

    Outspoken and charismatic CEO John Legere lays into rivals AT&T, Sprint and Verizon Wireless during T-Mobile’s press conference at CES. Meanwhile we cover the Panasonic and Verizon keynotes.
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    CES press conference video: ZTE unveils Grand S LTE smartphone Edit Post

    China’s ZTE is the latest vendor to unveil a top-of-the-range smartphone in Las Vegas this week, taking the wraps off the Grand S LTE, a new flagship device in its Grand Series.
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    T-Mobile USA CEO slams rival networks Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: US number four operator T-Mobile today used a press conference to announce two new ‘firsts’ for the American market but it was CEO John Legere who stole the show with a string of barbed comments on the quality of rival operator offerings. Legere – only on board as CEO since September 12 ...
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    Verizon CEO calls for 4G "innovation"; announces $10M award Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: Verizon Communications’ CEO Lowell McAdam used his keynote at CES this evening to position the operator’s almost-completed 4G-LTE network as a platform for positive social change. McAdam noted that the US number-one’s 4G network had just gone live back at CES 2011, a time he said when the average US mobile network ...
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    ZTE launches 5-inch flagship Android phone Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013 China’s ZTE is the latest vendor to unveil a top-of-the-range smartphone in Las Vegas this week, taking the wraps off the Grand S LTE, a new flagship device in its Grand Series. The LTE-equipped smartphone runs the new Android software (Jelly Bean) and sports a 5-inch screen, 13-megapixel camera and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon ...
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    Audi licensed to test driverless cars in Nevada; reveals connected car trends Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: German car giant Audi outlined its connected car credentials at CES today, announcing that it has become the first car-maker to be licensed by Nevada to test ‘driverless’ cars in the state. Google was awarded a similar licence in May last year. Speaking at a press conference this morning, Audi’s electronics chief Ricky ...
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    Panasonic impresses with 4K TVs and tablets Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: Panasonic President Kazuhiro Tsuga formally opened CES 2013 this morning in a keynote address that underlined the struggling Japanese vendor’s attempt to return to health by diversifying into new areas. “Panasonic’s future is being built on far more than a single product category,” said Tsuga. “We are focusing our business activities on ...
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    Huawei joins WP8 roster Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: Chinese device maker Huawei announced its first smartphone powered by Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 platform, joining HTC, Nokia and Samsung in supporting the platform. Called Ascend W1, the device is described as “a smart and stylish alternative for consumers looking for great technology at a price that is right” – indicating that ...
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    CES 2013: Day 1 Video Highlights Edit Post

    Watch our coverage of Dr Paul Jacobs’ pre-show opening keynote address as well as highlights of major press conferences from Huawei, LG, Samsung and Sony.
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    CES press conference video: Huawei boosts Ascend range Edit Post

    China’s Huawei made bold claims around the launch of its two latest smartphones, calling the Ascend Mate “the largest screen smartphone” in the world and its Ascend D2 “the world’s most powerful smartphone.”
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    CES video: AT&T Developer Summit Edit Post

    Mobile World Live brings you coverage from AT&T’s Developer Summit in Las Vegas, as the US operator pitched its LTE network as the premier platform for consumers and developers and announced a new wirelessly-enabled home security system and new developer APIs.
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    Qualcomm CEO opens CES with ‘Born Mobile’ mantra; unveils new Snapdragon chips Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: Qualcomm CEO Dr Paul Jacobs this evening stepped into the prestigious role of pre-show keynote opener and used the opportunity to showcase his company’s new ‘Born Mobile’ strategy while announcing the arrival of the latest Snapdragon 800 processors. “This is the first time a mobile company has opened the consumer electronics show,” ...
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    Sony launches new flagship smartphone Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: Sony Mobile launched a new flagship smartphone in Las Vegas today, alongside two new 4K resolution TVs and other connected products. The Android-based Xperia Z – which will launch later this quarter – has a five-inch screen, HD 1080p Reality Display and 13 megapixel camera. It is powered by a Qualcomm quad-core Snapdragon ...
  • Intel sharpens smartphone focus, unveils new processor family Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: Chip-maker Intel made a series of announcements in the mobile space at CES today, including the launch of a new smartphone platform for emerging markets and a preview of its tablets-focused 22nm quad-core chips due later this year. The firm also updated on its new ‘Core’ processors designed to power a “growing ecosystem ...
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    Samsung to push smartphone experience to smart TVs Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: Samsung has vowed to take the user experience it has honed in the smartphone sector and extend it into smart TVs. This was a key theme for the South Korean consumer electronics giant at a packed press conference in Las Vegas today. “One screen just isn’t enough anymore, consumers want their content to ...
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    Huawei makes grand claims with two new smartphones Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: China’s Huawei this afternoon made bold claims around the launch of its two latest smartphones, calling the Ascend Mate (pictured) “the largest screen smartphone” in the world and its Ascend D2 “the world’s most powerful smartphone.” The Ascend Mate boasts a 6.1-inch HD screen, notably larger than its closest competitor  – the Note ...
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    AT&T courts developers with new APIs and digital platforms Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: AT&T pitched its LTE network as the premier platform for consumers and developers this morning, also announcing a new wirelessly-enabled home security system and new developer APIs. “We’ve got some terrific stuff coming in 2013,” said Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT&T Mobility at the operator’s Developer Summit in Las Vegas. He ...
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    LG quiet on new smartphones but sees NFC as key to 'smart life' plans Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: South Korean vendor LG failed to unveil a new flagship smartphone this morning, instead opting to use its early-morning press conference to highlight its ‘smart life’ strategy whereby all its consumer electronic products are able to talk to one another via NFC technology. With its presence at this year’s show focused around ...
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    Nvidia touts industry's "fastest" processor; unveils gaming device Edit Post

    LIVE FROM CES 2013: Chipset vendor Nvidia kicked off this year’s CES 2013 event by unveiling what it claims is “the world’s fastest mobile processor”, also announcing plans to sell its own Android gaming device. Nvidia’s Tegra4 claims to have six times the “GPU horsepower” of its predecessor (the Tegra3, which powers Google’s Nexus tablet and ...