For our third and final day at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, we took a look at Firefox OS running on a high-end device, then sat down with Tony Anscombe from AVG to see the next evolution of AVG Zen, the family security management app.
We also took a look at some of the hardware and wearables being shown on the floor, like the luxury Huawei Watch which will compete with LG’s Watch Urbane and the upcoming Apple Watch. We also had a go with Nokia’s prototype virtual reality glasses that used its HERE maps data to show us around Chicago.
The internet of things has been impossible to avoid at MWC15, so you can expect more and more household objects to be connected to other devices and the internet.
Check back soon for extended interviews with AVG and a longer look at Firefox OS.
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