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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

A prelude to Mobile World Congress from TheFonecast.com

There are just a few days until Mobile World Congress, which means there’s currently plenty of speculation in the mobile industry.

This week’s edition of The Fonecast sets the scene, with mobile payments, mobile applications, the PlayStation Phone and Nokia's future all up for discussion. Is O2 trying to be a bank?  Will Nokia start producing Windows Phone 7 handsets?  Are base stations about to disappear?  Can Iain offend the Italian parliament?  You’ll find answers in our podcast, which is available from iTunes, via RSS or on the homepage of our web site.

However, our predictions pale when compared with the wisdom of Dr Windsor Holden. He’s Principal Analyst at Juniper Research, which is one of the leading analyst firms in the wireless sector. We talk to him about the trends and products to watch for when the industry heads to Barcelona next week - covering everything from tablets and 3G displays to network technology and emerging markets.

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