Tag: mobile world congress
UMG boss on smart speakers: ‘Have the title in the chorus’
We reported yesterday on UMG boss Sir Lucian Grainge’s keynote at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. Now more details are emerging about what he talked about, including non-mobile devices like smart speakers....
February 27, 2019
UMG boss excited by mobile potential for streaming growth
Universal Music chief Sir Lucian Grainge keynoted the Mobile World Congress conference in Barcelona this week, stressing the excitement his company feels about the mobile industry globally. “In some regions of the world...
February 26, 2019
Google+ splitting out into photos, streams and Hangouts
Google+ has a new boss, although Bradley Horowitz has actually been involved with the company’s social offering since it started. Yesterday, he confirmed a recent rumour that Google+ is splitting up into its constituent...
March 3, 2015
Virtual reality to the fore at Mobile World Congress
There’s still no commercial launch date for Facebook’s Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, but Mobile World Congress played host to a couple of other announcements this weekend. Oculus VR and Samsung have expanded their...
March 3, 2015
Google Music ‘losing users’ claims Wayne Rosso
Industry agitator Wayne Rosso has lobbed a brickbat in Google's direction by claiming that not only is its Google Music service not living up to expectations, but that it's been losing customers since its launch in November
March 2, 2012
Muve Music looks to move beyond the US
US mobile operator Cricket Wireless' Muve Music service now has 600k paying users, and is looking to expand beyond the US through deals with other operators.
February 28, 2012
New smartphones from HTC, Sony, Samsung and LG
Music Ally is on the ground at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which officially kicks off today. Actually, a number of manufacturers showed off their new handsets yesterday though.
February 27, 2012
HTC rumoured to be working on streaming music service
This month's Mobile World Congress show could see a major new digital music service unveiled, according to GigaOm.
February 15, 2012