Augmented reality, LiFi technology, self-driving cars and more from day three of the 2018 Mobile World Congress. Glesni Holland reports.
pureLiFi, a pioneer in LiFi technology, has big plans to transform the future of wireless networks using LiFi integrated devices.
In a panel discussion during the Fourth Industrial Revolution keynote, Alonso said data and connectivity are crucial elements in a successful race weekend.
GSMA director general Mats Granryd has highlighted the key role that the mobile communications industry is taking, and must take, in improving the lives of people all over the world.
The Galaxy S9 may be visually indistinguishable from the Galaxy S8, but there’s no reason to think the company has lost its innovation edge.
“SK Telecom’s autonomous model has an accuracy margin of 25 centimetres – meaning it boasts some of the best safety and reliability scores on the market today,” said Julia Perez Arquillo, staff exhibitor, SK Telecom.
TCL Communication has unveiled an all-new evolution in the company’s Alcatel smartphone portfolio, which includes three new product series – the Alcatel 5, 3 and 1 series.
SAP has announced an array of new partnerships with MasterCard, HERE and Postmates during Mobile World Congress 2018 to further enhance its Vehicle Network solution.
Huawei has announced a new offering that will allow users to drive a car with an AI-powered smartphone. The ‘RoadReader’ project is part of Huawei’s object recognition technology and puts the learning capabilities, speed and performance of its AI-powered devices to the test.
Whatever you do, don’t compare Waverly Labs’ Pilot to the Babelfish from Douglas Adams’ novel The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Although you stick both in your ear to follow what’s being said in a foreign language, that’s where the similarity ends.