4Years From Now (4YFN) has brought together major experts from the financial world to discuss what the new financial models applied to technology will be like.
Mobília, a musical show that turns the spotlight on mobile phones, will be performed on 4 March at the Palau de la Música
If you are planning on visiting Barcelona, perhaps to visit the MWCongress, to take a tour around the city, you should prepare your smartphone to help you get the most out of the visit.
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The Planeta Imaginario (Imaginary Planet) foundation has developed two applications to facilitate learning through hands-on and fun exercises.
Fate decided Barcelona is the best city to be the world capital for mobile… and history seems to agree. Check out this cartoon about some historical highlights with a mobile remake
For the second straight year the residents of L’Hospitalet have benefitted from the Mobile World Congress Days
The recent sale of La Nevera Roja for €80 million represents another step forward in the Spanish startup ladder. Doors have opened for several of them in recent years.
Barcelona is full of activities and monuments to visit in your free time. There are a seemingly endless number of apps designed to unlock the city’s secrets, such as Minube or Trip4real.
Would you reinvent the wheel? How about an online form? As grey as the product and sector may seem, there are startups that believe these solutions need an update, and they’re making it happen. At the moment, investment is helping them continue to grow.
Health applications can serve as a bridge between volunteers and hospitals to coordinate donations, putting both sides in contact and facilitating involvement of the donors.