Over the weekend, my email was stuffed full of commentary about what would be happening at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which is now underway.
Not surprisingly, Nokia, Sony, Lenovo are all announcing new phones, with Samsung even set to announce a successor to its Galaxy S4, right after announcing new wristwatches. Nokia is even announcing an Android smartphone...wait, isn't Nokia being bought by Microsoft? That's how much the world is changing.
There seems to be one obvious winner already: Qualcomm, who is the leader in chips for the 4G LTE space. They already announced an updated road map for its Snapdragon mobile platform on a chip product that will likely allow it to maintain its leadership in LTE, now one of the global standards for high-speed mobile phone data.