Just in case you have been asleep for the rest of the week you may not be aware that the mobile phone industry's annual trade shindig, Mobile World Congress, is happening right now over in sunny Barcelona.
There was an unfamiliar sense of unity by mobile manufacturers today, with the announcement that Micro USB is to become the official standardised connection for mobile phone chargers.
It's official: Vodafone is bring the HTC Magic to the UK. Formerly know as the G2, the handset is powered by Google Android, and is the most compact phone to use the Android OS.
Nokia has just made its Nseries handset range that little bit more desirable, with the announcement of a partnership with Skype.
MWC has already proven to be productive for Adobe, with Palm and Nokia joining the company's Open Screen Project that will see Flash 10 supported by a host of mobile handsets.
Hidden amongst the torrents of mobile phone releases, updates and hands-on goodness coming from the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona is some interesting news which could benefit those who have bought a phone on a budget.
LG announced at the Windows Mobile Conference in Barcelona today that it is to make Windows Mobile (WiMo) its primary operating system for its extensive new range of smartphones.
HTC looks set to unveil its next generation Google Android phone, with leaked photos of the phone commonly known as the G2 hitting the internet.
Nvidia has officially announced that it is bringing Android to its Tegra platform, allowing 'advanced user experiences that leverage web and internet content'.