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First Thoughts from Mobile World Congress (MWC)


After 48 hours of the show its possible to draw some early conclusions.
Undoubtedly devices still remain a huge draw people always love to look at the new gadgets. Highlights include new products from Samsung, LG, Nokia and Sony Ericsson. Sony Ericssons X1 Windows Mobile phone can be regarded as one of the biggest news items at the show. Not only ... Read more

Posted By Ben Wood on 13 February 2008

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