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Mobile video round-up

The latest mobile phone technologies have been showcased at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

The BBC's Rory Cellan Jones has taken a cameraman as well as his mobile phone to film the displays.

Clips of his own work as well as his professionally-shot reports can be viewed below.


1. MOBILE REPORTING

Rory Cellan-Jones filmed through a mobile phone

Rory Cellan-Jones and cameraman Peter Page's filming preparations differ greatly.

Peter's kit is heavy and cumbersome, while Rory's Nokia N95 mobile phone is particularly light and easy to film with.

2. GOOGLE SOFTWARE

Android

Google's mobile boss, Rich Miner, discusses the company's phone platform, Android.

Google is promoting its ability to access maps with the first Android-enabled phone due to go on sale this year.

3. LIVING ROOM MASTS

Chris Gilbert of Ubiquisys promoting femtocells

Chris Gilbert of Ubiquisys is promoting femtocells - 3G mobile phone transmitters for the home.

He explains how people can create their own network broadcasting high data rates without leaving the house.

4. ROSSELLINI'S MOBILE MOVIES

Isabella Rosselini

The actress and film-maker Isabella Rossellini is in Barcelona to promote movies she has tailor made for mobile phones.

Her 5-episode minute-long "Green Porno" films investigate the sex lives of insects.

5. MICROSOFT ON THE MOVE

windows mobile

Microsoft's Robbie Bach demonstrates how Windows operates on mobiles.

The company hopes its Windows Mobile platform gives phone users a different experience to when they are sitting at a home computer.

6. NOKIA NAVIGATOR

Nokia Navigator phone

Many mobile firms are pushing the ability to access maps over high speed 3G cell networks.

Nokia has taken it a step further with a phone that boasts fast net access and a built-in compass.

7. FUTURISTIC SOFTWARE

Google's Android operating system for mobiles

Last year the talk of the town was the iPhone but this year it is more about the software.

Mobiles are getting smarter and networks faster, meaning portable devices can cope with increasingly powerful and resource-hungry software.

8. MOBILE MAPPING

video phone??

Many cars are now being kitted out with satellite navigation, ensuring far fewer wrong turnings.

Mobile phones are incorporating the same technology to give pedestrians a helping hand.



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