MWC 2014 Day 2 Highlights: Reports from Sony, HTC, Samsung, GSMA and More

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By IBTimes Staff Reporter | February 25, 2014 8:36 PM EST

The Mobile World Congress 2014 (MWC 2014) kicked off on Monday in Barcelona featuring several programs, including live keynote from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Day 2 of the event will kick off at 8:30am (11:30am PST, 2:30 pm EST, 7:30pm GMT, 01:00 pm IST) on Tuesday.

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Workers walk past a Mobile World Congress entrance in Barcelona

The second day of MWC 2014 will feature press conference reports by big companies like Ericsson, HTC and Samsung. Winners of Global Mobile Awards will also be announced at the event.

Here is schedule and timing (local time) of MWC 2014 Day 2 according to Mobile World Live TV:

Tuesday February 25

Morning Show (8:30-10:30)

-News headlines and Show Daily review
-Press conference reports: GSMA and Sony
-Live panel: Smart Cities
-Showfloor feature: The Connected City

Lunchtime Show (12:30-14:30)

-News headlines and The GSMA Intelligence Report
-Live Panel - The year of Small Cells (Finally)?
-Live Panel - The secret to success of local apps
-Press conference reports: Ericsson and HTC
-CEO interview: VimpelCom

Evening Show (16:45-19:00)

-News headlines and Daily Show Wrapup Report
-Global Mobile Awards - winners announcement/-Live Panel: How mobile is changing the retail business model/-Press conference report: Samsung/-CEO interview: Dropbox/-Live Panel: Spotlight on Brazil

The proceedings of MWC 2014 will be broadcast live by Mobile World Live TV via a dedicated channel across Catalonia, reaching over 100 attendee hotels and 19,000 bedrooms, according to MWC website. More than 70,000 attendees will see the event, via numerous monitors strategically located within the Fira Gran Via venue. The channel will be streamed live to a few select apps, and to the Mobile World Live website.

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Workers walk past a Mobile World Congress entrance in Barcelona
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