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MWC 2011 Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the mobile phone business' most important shindig. It's the launch site not only for new smartphone and new services, but now new tablets too. Here are this year's key products and stories.

Tablets

RIM boss: 'Our PlayBook shames the You Know What'
Nvidia pledges to pass water on Core 2 Duo this summer
Acer taps out yet more tablets
HTC takes a flyer on tablets
Intel demos MeeGo 'tablet user experience'
Acer shows laptop lid look tablet
Rim rips 4G out of PlayBook for low-tech nations
Motorola confirms Xoom tablet is Blighty-bound
Samsung intros 10in Android tablet

Smartphones

Rugged-phone maker claims world's longest talk time
Mobile industry looks forward to spanking Apple
Intel samples 'Medfield' next-gen phone chip
Microsoft outlines WinPho 7 roadmap
Acer unveils big-screen smartphone
Orange enhances phones with sentimental shortcuts
LG tunes in to YouTube for 3D phone videos
Vodafone signals own-brand handset refresh
Sony Ericsson outs Neo, Pro smartphones
Samsung updates Galaxy S with two-core chip
PlayStation phone to come with Crash Bandicoot

Odds'n'Sods

Spanish whispers on Microsoft and Nokia
Operators launch anti-Google WAC
Ericsson and Akamai pair to side-step mobile net neutrality
Gemalto squeezes Facebook onto a SIM

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