Dan Frommer tells you the only five things that matter at Mobile World Congress. This and more in today's Daily Wrap.

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The Only 5 Things That Matter at Mobile World Congress

Beyond the distractions of tons of people, hundreds of booths and great panels, Dan Frommer reminds us that there are five things that we can't miss at this year's Mobile World Congress. One of those is that the show itself is amazing, but beyond that, there are some significant lessons to learn about Google, Apple, Samsung and telecoms. Read "The Only 5 Things That Matter at Mobile World Congress" to stay up to date on this year's upcoming mobile trends.

From our readers:

rawryree - That's the sad part. Until WebOS and Tizen get their act together, even the open source realm is pretty much monopolized by Android, allowing mediocrity to reign. The only reason Android is flourishing right now is that it's the only alternative to Apple.

(Yeah, there's Windows Phone 7, but it's not going Open Source any time soon so they're relegated to the third-party status like BlackBerry OS.)

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