Mobile World Congress
These aren't just new phones; they're throw-downs—challenges to Apple
Hack the Planet
March 3 -- Almost everyone has cracked the screen of their smartphone at one point. If you're clumsy you've probably dropped several. Japanese company Kyocera is bringing their latest 'ultra-rugged' smartphone to Europe. It's called the Torque and Bloomberg's Senior Editor Nate Lanxon put it through its paces.
March 3 -- Cutting through the hype at the world's biggest event for the mobile tech industry can be a challenge, as hundreds of exhibitors flaunt their wares. Bloomberg caught up with a top tech investor to get his guide to what's hot, and what's not, at Mobile World Congress 2015.
March 2 -- Bloomberg’s Mark Crumpton reports on the top Latin America story on today’s “Latin America Report.” He speaks on “Bottom Line.”
March 2 -- Bloomberg’s Brad Stone summarizes events and news from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Stone speaks on “Bottom Line.”
March 2 -- NXP Semiconductors NV’s shareholders are so enthused by the company’s plans to make its biggest purchase yet, they’re pushing the stock to a bigger gain than the target. Bloomberg’s Ian King reports on today’s “BWest Byte” on “Bloomberg West.”
Future of the Living Room
We review headsets from Bang & Olufsen, Beats, Definitive, Samsung, and Sennheiser