Barcelona was the destination for most in the world of tech this week, as Mobile World Congress was in session.
But most of the media was underwhelmed by the hardwares on offer.
Indeed Fast Company reports that phone makers are embarrassing themselves by coping Apple’s ideas, as we move towards a future with features ubiquitous across devices.
Following on, The Verge gives the best and worst from the event and explains why the future of mobile is more notches than headphone jacks.
5G was on the lips of most speakers though, as Chinese manufacturer Huawei announced a partnership with BT to bring the technology to customers in the UK, as ZDNet reports.
In a look to what comes after mobile, The Register weighs up options from this year’s event, mainly looking at the impact of AI.