Mobile World Congress 2009 roundup

This year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is in full swing, with a flood of new handsets and exciting software announcements.


Here are some of the biggest stories from MWC 2009, sorted alphabetically by brand. Be sure to check back as the roundup will be regularly updated with all the major happenings at this year's show.

You can read ComputerworldUK's round-up of stories from the event here:

First Acer smartphone launching in February

Adobe preps full Flash player for smartphones

Alcatel forms group to push LTE applications and more

Android-based HTC Magic phone from Vodafone

ARM launches 32 nanometre chip

Google opens Android store to paid apps

Google, Nvidia bringing Android to Tegra chips

UK mobile operators sell customer data

LG first to use Intel's Moorestown

Microsoft announces mobile apps store, backup service

Nokia to offer apps based on user location, friends

Nokia challenges Blackberry with slimmest ever smartphones

Pharos and Inventec unveil GPS smartphones

Samsung denies Google Android phone rumours

Sony Ericsson plans 12.1-megapixel camera phone

Symbian gets new allies: HP, MySpace

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