Well everyone I think we are going to call it a day. It's been over 12 hours of jam-packed fun with news including Mozilla's $25 Firefox phone, Zuckerberg elaborating more on the WhatsApp takeover and lastly, the big one of the evening -- the unveiling of the the Samsung Galaxy S5. We will back tomorrow with day 2 of the 2014 Mobile World Congress. Until then, from Matt and myself... goodnight.
"I will not make you wait any longer -- here is the Samsung Galaxy S5," says Samsung CEO JK Shin.
We're only just getting around to the announcements in Barcelona, but already the Internet is flush with unconfirmed Galaxy S5 reviews ... lets see if they're accurate.
And now it's on to our final event of the day: Samsung's "UNPACKED" event where they say they are unveiling their next-gen mobile products. Oh my, I wonder what that could be?
In the world outside the Zuckerberg keynote, Tim Green has found some cool virtual trainers.
Here's some reaction from the Twittersphere following Mark Zuckerberg addressing Mobile World Congress a few moments ago:
What did you think? Will Zuckerberg be able to connect billions more to the Internet and provide basic services like Facebook, weather, Wikipedia and other information resources? You tell us -- have your say in the comments!
So while our guest bloggers are on the conference floor testing new gadgets, CNN's Irene Chapple just sent me a note to say she is going to be challenging fellow correspondent Dylan Reynolds to a Fitbit challenge to find out just how unfit journalists really are. Stay tuned for what I imagine will be some amusing photographs to accompany...