The Mobile World Congress takes place in Barcelona, Spain this week and will play host to the launch of new smartphones, tablets and mobile apps. Here are some key news and developments to expect from the mobile-focused tech conference.
It’s a sign of the times that the supporting media event to this month’s Mobile World Congress saw the best European start-ups talk less about flashy consumer gadgets and more about how businesses and schools should be locking down sensitive data.
The first reviews are in on the Surface Pro ahead of the tablet’s launch later this week. And while many of these note good things around Windows 8 and the look of the device, concerns have been raised over battery life and the weight of the device.
Willie Sutton famously replied to the question of why he robbed banks with “Because that’s where the money is.” Ask financial software king Intuit why it’s moving so aggressively into tablets and the answer is equally simple: That’s where the users are.
With a new report highlighting that iPad users spend a large portion of their time sending and receiving emails using the native Mail client, TabTimes looks at five ways to become faster and more productive.
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