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News Round-up Mobile World Congress - the show formerly known as 3GSM - brought a bumper crop of handsets and hype to Barcelona. Here are all of Register Hardware's MWC 08 stories, brought together for your reading pleasure...

Handsets

Alcatel unveils stack of sexy-but-budget phones
Samsung dolls out entry-level talker trio
Hands on with the blingest flagship phones
i-mate expands Ultimate range by two
LG quietly launches KT610 Symbian smartphone
HTC premieres mass-market GPS smartphone
Toshiba premieres Portégé G810
Chinese smartphone imitate sincerely flatters Palm Centro
LG promises 'mind-reading' phone
Samsung shows Shine-y metal multimedia phone
Motorola calls up handset three-some
Samsung takes touchphone fight to LG, Apple
HTC Advantage gets a facelift
Nokia preps 'pedestrian's pal' navigator phone
Nokia unveils the N96 and N78
Sony Ericsson unveils Cyber-shot and Walkman trio
Sony Ericsson goes Windows Mobile with Xperia X1 'arc slider'
Sony Ericsson shows off horde of handsets
Samsung bares its Soul

Technologies

Pssst! Here's ECS' 'super 3G' sub-notebook
Blue-laser alternative to Blu-ray, HD DVD launched
Bluetooth body confirms Wi-Fi 'hijack' plan

Add-ons

iPhone-friendly mobile digital telly tuner demo'd
World's first expandable USB Flash drive launched, sort of
Zeemote unveils controller for phone games

Pre-show Stories

Modu_SMNokia's N95 successor slips out on web
Tiny, take-apart handset enters the record books
Samsung launches black U600 to tickle your fingers
Palm to bring latest Palm OS smartphone to UK
Orange France iPhone total hits 90,000
Apple iPhone storms world smartphone biz
Samsung slider handset en-route?
LG unveils unveiling of slimline sliderphone

Register Hardware's Mobile World Congress coverage was brought to you from Barcelona via an Asus Eee PC 4GB; Novatel Wireless MC950D HSPDA USB modem and Vodafone UMTS connectivity; and a Nokia 6310i connected via O2.

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