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Nokia at Mobile World Congress: Built to win in the programmable world

Nokia at Mobile World Congress: Built to win in the programmable world | Mobile World Congress 2015 | Scoop.it

Barcelona, Spain, March 2, 2015: Nokia today outlined its strategy for seizing the opportunities of a programmable world, and rounded off its launch line-up for Mobile World Congress (MWC) by unveiling the innovative predictive marketing solution, which lets operators tap growing amounts of data ... http://www.technuter.com/breaking-news/nokia-at-mobile-world-congress-built-to-win-in-the-programmable-world.html


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2015 Mobile World Congress

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We are in App Planet Hall 8.1, stand location - 8.1 D 61 at Barcelona!, Come experience the different blocks within API-o-Blocks.

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TorryHarris's curator insight, March 2, 2015 5:08 AM

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MWC 2015: Solar panels built into smartphone screen | Colin Neagle | NetworkWorld.com

MWC 2015: Solar panels built into smartphone screen | Colin Neagle | NetworkWorld.com | Mobile World Congress 2015 | Scoop.it

At Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona this week, Kyocera is showing a prototype that turns one of the modern smartphone's biggest battery life liabilities into an asset – a smartphone that incorporates solar power technology into the touchscreen.

According to a Smithsonian Magazine report, Kyocera developed the technology in partnership with SunPartner Technologies and installed it on its Torque smartphone prototype, which was designed for rugged outdoor use.

At less than 0.5 millimeters in thickness and as much as 90% transparency, the screen technology could fit any of today's popular smartphones without inhibiting their users, SunPartner Technologies said in a press release. The component that captures sunlight – called Wysips Crystal – can be installed just below the touchscreen panel of the smartphone, so it doesn't affect the user experience, and feeds the solar energy into the battery.

While the technology may not be strong enough to replace the plug-and-charge smartphone battery, it does mean users could access apps and information on their phones at least for a brief period after the battery has completely died. This could prove critical for emergency situations, though it may be limited to those that occur during the day time.

SunPartner marketing director Matthieu de Broca told Smithsonian that the Wysips Crystal technology can currently generate up to 2.5 milliwatts of power per square centimeter in "typical sunlight conditions," and added that the company aims to reach 4 milliwatts by the end of this year.

At its current capacity, de Broca said 10 minutes of exposure to sunlight could generate 100 minutes of standby use and about two minutes of talk time to a smartphone's battery, according to the report.

 

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Nhan's curator insight, March 24, 2015 8:57 PM

The mobile phone industry took a massive leap when the first Apple iPhone came out. Now you can do so much with a smartphone but the battery life has taken a huge hit. In the article, the idea we do not have to worry about losing battery life is popular for consumers in the future.

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El Mobile World Congress 2015 bate todos los récords - El Digital D Barcelona | Ayuntamiento de Barcelona

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El Digital D Barcelona es el portal de noticias de Barcelona. Información de interés del Ayuntamiento y de la ciudad de Barcelona.
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Huawei Unveils Huawei Watch at Mobile World Congress 2015

Huawei Unveils Huawei Watch at Mobile World Congress 2015 | Mobile World Congress 2015 | Scoop.it

Powered by Android Wear™, the Huawei Watch Features a Fully Circular Timeless Design BARCELONA, Spain, March 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Huawei continues to break new ground in the wearables space by unveiling today the Huawei Watch, powered by Android Wear™ at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015. ... https://www.news-pr.in/huawei-unveils-huawei-watch-mobile-world-congress-2015.html


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InfiNet Wireless Showcases Innovative Next Generation Solutions For Mobile Operators at Mobile World

This year’s 2015 MWC event in Barcelona will see InfiNet Wireless showcase a range of class-leading mobile and broadband wireless access (MBWA) solutions for Mobile Operators, including the debut of InfiNet Wireless’s new InfiLink XG series.

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What can we expect at 2015 #Mobile World Congress?

What can we expect at 2015 #Mobile World Congress? | Mobile World Congress 2015 | Scoop.it
I remember the first time I attended 3GSM in Cannes: It was primarily a B2B telecoms trade show and centered on DVB-H, WiMAX, and other technology-centric acronyms. Fast-forward 11 years, and Mobile World Congress (MWC) will be the center of the business world for a couple of days (March 2 to 5).

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, February 18, 2015 2:16 AM

"It is fascinating to see how mobile has changed the world in the past 10 years — not just in the way that we live and communicate but also in terms of disrupting every business. I strongly believe that mobile will have a bigger impact than the PC or Web revolutions. "


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@SNAPCIOUS will be in attendance - keen to engage across both themes to be anticipated during the conference:


1.   Mobile As The Hub Of New Connected Experiences

 

 

2. Mobile As A Key Driver Of Cross-Channel Marketing, Commerce, And Payment Initiatives


If you will be attending, share what you anticipate from the conference?

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