MotorolaI debated putting Moto here since the company has never made an effort in Barcelona. That's certainly its call to make, especially after the long-lasting Droid Razr Maxx impressed us at CES. On the other hand, if Motorola is going to show up in Barcelona at all, at least it could arrive with more-interesting devices than the average set of handsets it showed at its booth. HTCThere's been a lot of talk about HTC struggling to get its groove back, but at Mobile World Congress it took a decent step forward. Of the three phones that the company unveiled, the One X gave us the most to savor. It offered both Ice Cream Sandwich and a quad-core chip plus Sense 4.0, Beats Audio, and an upgraded camera. It's frustrating, though, that for the U.S. market AT&T and HTC can't deliver the One X both with LTE and the quad-core processor. HTC's other announcements aren't quite as thrilling, but the One S and One V bring Ice Cream Sandwich. Gingerbread be gone.
LGSammy's Korean rival took a different track by announcing several new editions to the Optimus family before Mobile World Congress began, At the head of the pack is another Android smartphone with Ice Cream Sandwich and a quad-core processor, the Optimus 4X HD, It's a handset both powerful and beautiful that stormy waters iphone case drew plenty of admirers to LG's booth, Yes, we'll need to see how the chip affects power consumption, but LG included a 2,150mAh battery, On the other hand, I have mixed feelings about LG's entry into the new phablet space, the Optimus Vu, Though its specs are roughly comparable to the Samsung Galaxy Note, it has a faster processor (1.5GHz vs, 1.2GHz) and a more comfortable basic stylus, Yet, the display's 4:3 aspect ratio is a tough call at this point, Though The Optimus Vu is shorter than the Galaxy Note and Web browsing is a comfortable experience, it's also wider than Samsung's handset so it can feel rather awkward, Gingerbread was an obvious distraction, as well..
Similarly, while the Optimus 3D Max has an eye-popping display, the 3D capability still hasn't won me over. Without any gimmicky features, the company's L-Style handsets are strictly middle of the road. Ice Cream Sandwich saved the L7 and L5 from complete obscurity, though the L3 faded into the background. Until next year, that's it from Barcelona and Mobile World Congress. The 2012 Mobile World Congress has come to a close. After shipping out from Barcelona, Spain, CNET brings you the highs and lows of the world's premier wireless trade show.
CES may dominate the technology calendar in the United States, but for wireless at least, Mobile World Congress is the trade show that matters, No event is more important, and as the calendar turns to February, you can bet that the entire industry will flock to Barcelona, Spain, to outflank and outshine the competition, Of course, no gadget show would be complete without a gaggle of tech journalists scurrying to cover the stormy waters iphone case news and the flood of product announcements, And as we've done over the past few years, CNET was on the ground in Barcelona to bring you the scoop on the show, It was a staggering amount to cover, from the moment we arrived in town last weekend to the hour that the show ended on Thursday, Here are the winners and losers as we saw them..
"I'm not sure about my exact next steps, but I'll probably get back to what I love most--being an entrepreneur, learning, and building new things," he wrote. In the post, he marveled at the progress the company has made since its launch at the South By Southwest conference in 2009. In that time, I've worn a ton of hats: from product to engineering, from funding rounds to roadshows, from recruiting to evangelizing. But, after three years, I feel I've done all I can do and I'm moving on. Dennis and i have been discussing timing for a while, and we decided that now, on this anniversary, it feels right to begin the transition. So this will be my last month working at foursquare.
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