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More Photos: Mobile World Congress

Craig Matsumoto
2/28/2013
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BARCELONA -- Mobile World Congress 2013 -- Here we'll present our midweek photos of the sights and sounds of MWC. The sounds didn't photograph well, but the sights, such as this shot of the Samsung and ZTE stands, are nice. Keep clicking forward to see the LR evening reception, among other things.

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Craig Matsumoto
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Craig Matsumoto,
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3/4/2013 | 3:38:22 PM
re: More Photos: Mobile World Congress
-áThere was apparently a guy in a turquoise Superman-like outfit and tights... not as scary as a purple clown (or a juggling clown) but would have been worth a pic.-á I'm hoping he turns up in one of our other photo sets.
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DanJones,
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3/1/2013 | 2:09:30 PM
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-áTo be fair, that was true at the old venue too. Only CeBIT is worse for getting around.
Ray Le Maistre
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Ray Le Maistre,
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3/1/2013 | 8:56:33 AM
re: More Photos: Mobile World Congress
great set of pics Craig - I'm glad I didn't notice the purple clown while I was at the event... I may not have gone back the next day...
Craig Matsumoto
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Craig Matsumoto,
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3/1/2013 | 12:07:36 AM
re: More Photos: Mobile World Congress
Walking any place at MWC took forever. An upper walkway made it quick to get from hall to hall, but each hall was just so massive - I think a lot of people will adjust their scheduling plans accordingly next year.
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