Mobile World Congress

Can These Smartwatches Really Take On Apple?

March 4 -- The latest generation of smartwatches have been unveiled at Mobile World Congress, as device makers bet on 2015 being the year when consumers fully embrace wearable tech. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie looks at some of the challengers. (Source: Bloomberg)

Hiding Something? Try These Un-Hackable Smartphones

March 4 -- First, it was alleged the U.S. bugged Angela Merkel's phone; more recently reports suggest the NSA tapped Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's phone. If you're worried you are next there are companies that can help. Bloomberg looks at three "un-hackable" phone makers at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

How AT&T Plans to Connect Your Car

March 3 -- AT&T Mobility President and CEO Glenn Lurie discusses the race to connect cars and net neutrality. He speaks from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on “Bloomberg West.”

Net Neutrality

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Verizon wrote a response to the FCC's decision on Internet services in Morse Code

Technology Video

Tech Stocks Can Continue to Do Well: Gina Martin Adams

March 5 -- Wells Fargo Senior U.S. Equity Strategist Gina Martin Adams and Evercore ISI China Research Ream Head Donald Straszheim discuss their outlook for the tech sector. They speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Gemalto CEO: Cybersecurity Need Is Across the Board

March 5 -- Gemalto Chief Executive Officer Olivier Piou discusses cybersecurity need and growth as it pertains to mobile and everything digital, and the impact of wearable technology. He speaks with Manus Cranny on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.”

J. Crew CEO: Paris Is the Next Natural Step

March 5 -- J. Crew Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mickey Drexler discusses the company’s success in London influencing their first boutique opening in Paris and the possibility of going public. He speaks with Anna Edwards on Bloomberg Television’s “Countdown.”

Etsy's Exponential Growth Explained in Five Numbers

March 4 -- Etsy is about to become New York’s biggest tech IPO since 1999. Headquartered in Brooklyn, the company is an e-commerce site for buying and selling handmade and vintage goods. Bloomberg's Leslie Picker has five numbers that explain the site’s explosive growth. (Video by David Yim)