It is not just professionals who are using QR codes, even during the special week dedicated to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. On our way to the convention centre … Lire la suite
This post was written as part of a blogger trip I organised for the Live Orange Blog. Connect to the blog for the latest on that event! On February 24th, … Lire la suite
Reporting live from mobile world congress from Barcelona for Orange Live Immersion is a San Jose based company which was set up 18 years ago in order to develop force … Lire la suite
Yesterday was even more hectic than Monday at mobile world congress. We had a number of meetings up and down the Fira (the name of the venue in Barcelona) including a very lively press conference organised by Eugene Kaspersky. What I found most amazing though was a sculpture which I hadn’t quite noticed on the first day. It is a winged horse (Pegasus) which was set up outside the Huawei tent. When looking a bit closer I then realised it was all made of phones. A very clever piece of Art and let’s admit it, very beautiful too.
This post was originally written for the Orange Live Blog, reporting live from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona On Tuesday February 27th, I had the opportunity to attend a Press … Lire la suite
Day one for me was Sunday 26th and included a tour of the Showstoppers event with a preview of what was to happen at mobile world congress. I didn’t have much time to visit the Sagrada Familia but had a chance to take a few pictures on my way to the University area.
It may seem strange but somehow, I’m not entirely certain that innovation is always where you think it is. Sometimes it hides in corners, or even is conspicuous but you … Lire la suite
In the telecommunications industry, everybody knows about the mobile world congress. The yearly event, which has been hosted in Barcelona for quite a few years now, is the obligatory focal … Lire la suite