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Reg Hardware Mobile Week

Mobile World Congress - MWC to its friends - takes place in Barcelona this week. It's the most important show for the mobile industry and is the launch pad for many of 2012's most important mobile and smartphone products.

So Reg Hardware today starts a week of dedicated mobile-centric coverage.

And not just news of the latest, hottest products - though there will be plenty of that - but also special App of the Week columns, plus features and reviews.

Check back here regularly - we'll be listing all our Mobile Week coverage below.

Mobile World Congress 2012 News

Smartphones

28 February
O2 to balance work, life on smartphones
Mobile net kingpins v the world: 'Why should we pay the 4G tab?'
Nokia opens e-books for WinPho mobiles

27 February
Intel smartphones coming to the UK, France, China, India
41Mp MONSTER mobe shutters Nokia knockers
Samsung punts smartphone with built-in projector
Sony conjures up 'magic' Xperias
Viewsonic risks Apple backlash with Android Phone 4S
Panasonic invests smartphone with Eluga Power
HTC stimulates

Tablets

29 February
RIM PlayBook price cut specials become standard

28 February
Apple pledges 'something to see' at iPad 3 launch

27 February
Asus peddles three-in-one smartphone, tablet, netbook
Asus outs 1920 x 1280 Android ICS tablet
Samsung selects UK as first to get next-gen tablet
Samsung stretches 5in Galaxy Note phonetab to 10in
Huawei pitches 'first ever' 10in quad-core tablet

Odds'n'Sods

29 February
Wireless operators to become less, er, wireless
UK Broadband flicks switch on Blighty's first 4G network
Sony shifts more than a million PS Vitas

28 February
Toyota, Samsung partner on car, phone connectivity
Linux PC-in-a-stick to cost coders £139
Orange to impose overseas data cap to beat bill shock

27 February
Ford intros tech'd-up B-Max mini-MPV
Navigation app CoPilot Live goes freemium next month

Gartner critical capabilities for enterprise endpoint backup

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