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MWC 2022: What can we expect from the huge phone show?

The annual Mobile World Congress is nearly upon us, and we’re expecting a range of exciting new handsets to be on show. Here’s the full round-up of what’s in store. MWC is always one of the biggest dates in the tech calendar, so we’re fervently hoping that the 2022 edition will not disappoint us, and that there will be some big new smartphone releases this Spring.
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Reliable tipster 'can confirm' Samsung Galaxy S22 series release date

While we continue to wait for Samsung to properly and definitively confirm the date of its next big Unpacked event, speculation is unsurprisingly ramping up in regards to the timing of the Galaxy S22 family's actual commercial release. We're obviously talking both pre-orders and shipments to early adopters, and although...
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Podcast: Two Blokes Talking Tech #519

The boys are back home, and this week with School going back – we’re talking back to school devices! Laptops, Chromebooks and Mobile phones. Plus, Rapid Tests and a discussion about that, and the next big travel plans up in the air with Mobile World Congress not certain.
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Confirmed: Huawei participating in the MWC 2022

Huawei has officially announced that it will participate in the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2022. This year’s MWC 2022 will be held in Barcelona, ​​Spain from February 28 to March 3, 2022. For this conference, Huawei said that the global economy and society are returning to a...
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Huawei officially announces participation at MWC 2022

Huawei has just officially announced its participation for this year’s Mobile World Congress. The company will announce its latest innovations and technologies during the conference, which is set to begin at the end of February 2022. For those unaware, the MWC event is one of the largest event within...
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PCWorld

Samsung’s newest mobile processor has an AMD GPU with ray tracing

Did you know that Samsung makes its own processors? You’d be forgiven for glossing over that — the flagship Galaxy S series of phones technically uses Samsung’s home-grown Exynos system-on-a-chip, but almost never in the United States, where Samsung uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips. But you might want to track down an all-Samsung machine for your next Android phone, as the newest Exynos processor will pack some serious graphical punch via a partnership with AMD.
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The AMD GPU in Samsung’s newest mobile CPU supports ray tracing

Samsung produces its own chips, in case you didn’t know. You’d be excused for overlooking the fact that the flagship Galaxy S series of phones utilises Samsung’s own Exynos system-on-a-chip, but it’s practically never used in the United States, where Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors are used instead. However, you may want to go for an all-Samsung machine for your next Android phone, since the upcoming Exynos CPU, thanks to a cooperation with AMD, will pack some significant graphics power.
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These are the specifications of the “Galaxy Tab S8” .. and...

Samsung is preparing to unveil soon the Galaxy Tab S8 series, the new generation of the high-spec Galaxy Tab S series, which is the only competitor to the iPad with the Android operating system. Technical sites have revealed the specifications of the new Galaxy Tab S8 series and some pictures...
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Tucson startup wins FCC approval for new 5G wireless antenna

Tucson-based startup FreeFall 5G says its new antenna system can accelerate the global move to ultra-fast, next-generation 5G wireless services by offering exceptional range and 360-degree coverage. And now, with federal approval of its flagship system in hand, the company is busy looking for industry partners to help bring the...
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Eurobites: Telefónica Tech and Grupo Álava team up on 5G-fueled predictive maintenance

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Portugal's IP Telecom upgrades with Nokia; Orange turns to solar power in Côte d'Ivoire; Intracom Telecom expands mmWave range for FWA. Telefónica Tech and Spanish conglomerate Grupo Álava are jointly launching a "predictive maintenance" offering that will provide industrial companies with a data platform intended to anticipate possible faults in machinery. Relevant data will be collected by sensors and connected through Telefónica Tech's LTE and 5G mobile networks, then stored and processed using edge computing technology.
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The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 naked before launch: here are images and specifications

It shouldn’t be long before the presentation of the Galaxy Tab S8, Samsung’s next range of premium tablets. The three have been the subject of speculation for months, and the last one to come by winfuture.de is one of those so complete with details and images, so well done that they can be mistaken for official press material, almost a suggest that the unveiling of Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S8 + and Tab S8 Ultra is imminent.
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Sony pulls out of MWC 2022

Sony has pulled out of next month’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) conference for the third year in a row, in a decision that has been branded as “disappointing” by the organisers. Scheduled to take place from 28 February to 3 March 2022, the annual event is set...
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Summarizing 2021 for Infinet Wireless: success in business in an era of change

Infinet Wireless, the global vendor of industry-leading fixed wireless broadband connectivity solutions, summarized the year 2021 to declare the current situation with ongoing COVID-19 pandemic not only didn’t influence the company’s workflow but also helped it keep thriving. Infinet Wireless is proud to say that despite all the pessimistic predictions, 2021 marked the safe return to the business track. The company reached new markets, successfully held some virtual events and took part in important industrial exhibitions.
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Ericsson plans return in cheery news for MWC, but Sony may be out

Last year's Mobile World Congress was a miniaturized and warped version of the event that could once count on drawing more than 100,000 people to wintry Barcelona. Not even delaying it to June, when outdoor living and vaccine campaigns had forced COVID-19 into a summer retreat, could persuade more than 5,000 people from outside Spain to make the trip.
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Sony pulls out of MWC2022 in Barcelona

Sony has said it will not be sending delegates to this years Mobile World Congress in Barecelona. They are the first major cancellation for this years event which is due to take place between the 28th February and the 3rd March. This is the third year in a row that...
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thegoaspotlight.com

Sony announces that it will not attend the Mobile World Congress 2022

The first major brand to cancel its participation in the 2022 Mobile World Congress is Sony: it will not attend the fair in person. The first major phone company in to announce the cancellation of its participation in the MWC 2022 in Barcelona has been Sony. The Japanese firm has confirmed in a statement shared by Europe Press that will not have its own stand at the telephony fair, whose celebration is scheduled for the end of February and the beginning of March.
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Pocket-lint.com

New Moto G Stylus leak shows forthcoming phone from every angle

(Pocket-lint) - Motorola's alleged next phone has been subject to plenty of leaks in recent times, including renders and images. Now we have a new lineup picture that shows it from every angle. Currently dubbed the "Moto G Stylus 2022", the phone looks similar to its predecessor (called the Moto...
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There’s still time to make MWC 2022 a trendsetting, virtual event success

Last week, CES 2022 was scheduled despite the emergence of the Omicron version of COVID-19, but the turmoil caused many people to cancel travel plans, even as the organizers reassured and exclaimed. Even after program must continue, However, despite the mess that all this inevitably entailed, it became clear that many companies were actually well prepared for not being there, and virtual CES worked surprisingly well, just a familiar one. , mostly in a sluggish way.
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