361 Degrees Podcast - The MWC mini-series

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In a special mini-series, recorded live on site in Barcelona, the 361 Degrees Podcast team offer their take on last week's Mobile World Congress. There's discussion of the big handset launches (or the lack of), the key industry news, the latest platform launches, the eye-catching demos, and the merits of public transport.

There are five episodes, one for each day of the conference, plus an extra preview show. The 361 Degrees team will also be publishing some special "bonus" episodes over the next few days.

Epioside 1: Preview

Live from Mobile World Congress the team preview the event and the trends we expect to see.

Recorded live on the street.

Episode 2: Day 1

The team review day one of Mobile World Congress including the Nokia, Sony, Firefox, busses and the panel that Ben and Ewan did.

Episode 3: Day 2

Ewan argues MWC is less exciting this year, Ben complains about his feet and Rafe explains it's the low-key news that matters.

The team cover the interesting things they've spotted on the 2nd day of the show and realise how much there still is to see.

Episode 4: Day 3

The team review their 3rd day at MWC 2013: Ben and Ewan see the HTC One and are impressed, the Q10 is spotted despite Blackberry's absence, Chinese knock-offs surprise us and Rafe finds a lone Symbian handset on a stand.

Episode 5: Day 4

The team wind-down after the final day of MWC 2013 and catch-up on some of the things they missed...

Ben finally gets to see Sony's new hardware (and is impressed), Ewan looks at things behind the scenes (and is impressed) and Rafe finds some sapphire glass (and is impressed). Impressive stuff.


About 361 Degrees

361 Degrees is a podcast all about mobile technology. From consumer to enterprise and from fun to industry analysis, we investigate and discuss mobile technology and the mobile industry.

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