The first day of MWC saw a slew of new phone announcements from BlackBerry, Huawei, LG, Nokia and Sony, including a retro reboot of the Nokia 3310 that first came out in 2000.
Although Mobile World Congress has typically been a showcase for handset makers to show off their latest mobile devices, the event has evolved into something much larger this year.
Consumer electronics giant Samsung's product showcase is notable for what's missing: a new flagship phone. Instead it showed new Android and Windows tablets after delaying the Galaxy S8 smartphone
Uber has racked up a series of victories against regulators, taxi companies, and upstart competitors. But Uber will now go up against tech’s undisputed heavyweight champion, Google.
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