Mobile World Congress
These aren't just new phones; they're throw-downs—challenges to Apple
Hack the Planet
March 3 -- Deutsche Telekom AG Chief Executive Officer Timotheus Hoettges says he seeks a "level playing field" with companies such as Facebook Inc. and Google Inc., which access data from consumers through their communications services. He spoke in an interview with Bloomberg Television's Caroline Hyde at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Monday.
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.”
Future of the Living Room
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