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Irish tech firms dial M for mobile world congress

Local companies will rub shoulders with Sony and Samsung at mobile tech conference in Barcelona

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

1st March, 2015

Over 85,000 people will descend on Barcelona this week for the biggest mobile technology conference in the world.

Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the industry’s largest annual global gathering with giants like Sony and Samsung competing to woo attendees with their latest gadgets.

“It gives all the manufacturers a chance to show what is next, what we are doing to raise the standards across all kinds of devices,” Russell Keating, sales and marketing manager...

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