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What Are You Seeing at MWC?

Phil Harvey
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Phil Harvey
2/26/2013
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BARCELONA -- Mobile World Congress -- Use the message board below to log in (registration required) and share a couple of photos from your stand at Mobile World Congress, or anywhere around Barcelona where you've been working this week. We look forward to seeing what you're seeing at the show. — Phil Harvey, Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading

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hcall11501,
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2/27/2013 | 7:22:53 PM
re: What Are You Seeing at MWC?
It's busy at the Aptilo Networks booth in Hall 5, stand 5G61-
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2/27/2013 | 4:00:28 PM
re: What Are You Seeing at MWC?
NFC in action in Universtat metro station in Barcelona.
Ray Le Maistre
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2/27/2013 | 12:45:19 PM
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I didn't know that 'effusive' was a synonym for 'squiffy'...-
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2/27/2013 | 8:33:43 AM
re: What Are You Seeing at MWC?
Wigs. They're all the rage at Trendium.-
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2/27/2013 | 8:23:32 AM
re: What Are You Seeing at MWC?
Don McCullough (Ericsson), Phil and the always effusive Ray Le Maistre at @MoritzBarcelona on Monday night.
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