mwc 2014

In light of the escalating convergence between TV and digital advertising, audience verification has become a key performance metric, along with viewability. As the de-facto standard bearer for TV measurement for decades, Nielsen is poised to again remain on top for 2014, thanks to something it hopes will become the industry standard - OCR.
Samsung has announced the Galaxy S5 smartphone will be available to pre-order in the UK from March 28. The South Korean tech
Amongst the sleekest handsets and most technical toothbrush you've ever seen, there were also some real initiatives to put technology to good use at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona: increasing accessibility, aiding healthcare and supporting the developing world. As the conference hall doors close behind me for the final time, I begin to digest the impact of this year's theme - 'What's next'.
In its heyday, MWC provided a platform for mobile makers to shout about their coolest newest tech, but in recent years, mobile giants have created space in the tech calendar by hosting their own launch events, all over the world.
Huawei is a huge brand in China and the Far East, but it's still working to establish itself in the public eye in the UK
So hell froze over, and Nokia - by extension Microsoft - just announced an Android phone. Designed specifically for growth
There are obviously loads of cool tech ideas and gadgets on show at MWC 2014 in Barcelona - including some great new phones
Given that this is the first MWC since the Snowden revelations, does it surprise you that security is a hot topic? Keep your eyes peeled for the release of Silent Circle's Blackphone - a device which captures this security consciousness perfectly.
What'sApp will quickly grow to more than a billion users, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has said. The mobile phone application
The much-awaited Galaxy S5, has been unveiled, Samsung's brand new flagship smartphone. All the details are in our main news