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Dirac Research has introduced the latest version of Dirac 3D Audio for mobile devices, headphones, and VR/AR headsets at Mobile World Congress, which is currently underway in Barcelona.
Toronto-based ReSource Group Canada is gearing up to celebrate its 25th year in business on June 1, 2019, and continues to drive growth with new brand partnerships and personnel appointments.
At the Mobile World Congress this week, Huawei announced a number of new products, ranging from notebook PCs to a leading-edge foldable smartphone.
1MORE, Inc. revealed its new Stylish TWS true wireless headphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which will be bundled with the new Nubia alpha wearable phone with a flexible display.
ZTE Corporation revealed its new Blade V10 smartphone at Mobile World Confress today, which features a 32MP AI "smart selfie" camera that can help users take the best selfies without losing details in backlit or low-light environments.
Ericsson's President and CE Börje Ekholm confirmed at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that the company has made 5G deals with 10 service provider customers, and is rolling out 5G networks in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Australia, with plans to switch on 5G before the end of this year.
HMD Global has introduced four new Nokia smartphones at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, all of which operate on the Android platform, and with features like a five camera array, dedicated Google Assistant button, and two-day battery life.
At Mobile World Congress 2019, which is currently underway in Barcelona, Sony introduced three new smartphones for its Xperia line, including the Xperia 1, 4K OLED smartphone with a 6.5" 21:9 CinemaWide display and HDR remastering; along with the Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus mid-range devices.
HTC has revealed its hew 5G Hub, a dedicated 5G mobile smart hub that is designed for use in both the home and office.
Despite global smartphone demand declining 3% in 2018 to 1.44 billion, sales still remained a strong US$522 billion, reports GfK, with smartphones, mobile phones, and wearables representing a solid US$1.2 trillion technical consumer goods market.