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Mobile World Congress 09: Complete Coverage

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MWC Mobile World Congress - née 3GSM - once again saw vendors introduce a stack of new smartphones, cameraphones, musicphones - even the odd, regular voice-oriented handset. Here are all of Register Hardware's ongoing MWC 2009 stories, brought together for your reading pleasure...

Smartphones

Acer strikes up new Tempo
HTC waves wand, pulls second Android phone out of hat
Windows goes Mobile 6.5
Huawei shows iPhone-style Android handset
HTC launches updated Touch Diamond and Pro

Mobiles

Econav spied on Nokia phone
Hyundai motors in with handset trio
Sony Ericsson 12Mp cameraphone comes into focus
Samsung gets own models confused
LG lauds world’s first transparent phone
70s Disco inspires latest Samsung music phones

Bits'n'Chips

Cameraphone with physical shutter spied
Operators and handset vendors plug standard charger
Nvidia touts Tegra with $99 handheld net tablet notion

Odds'n'Sods

Reg Hardware trials gesture-controlled videogame
Samsung showcases wristphone
LG unveils everlasting solar phone
More Modu jackets seen at MWC
Hardware hack caught watching telly on the job
TV jacket spied at MWC
Ballmer demos LG wristphone
Intel MID men sign LG

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