Saturday, February 28, 2015

CNET's Twitter team for Mobile World Congress 2015

Wondering what hashtag to use for your Mobile World Congress 2015 tweets? Answer: #MWC15. Stephen Shankland/CNET


CNET editors from around the globe are on the ground in Barcelona, getting ready to bring you everything new and interesting from Mobile World Congress 2015. Some of the top mobile companies in the world are gathering to reveal the future of smartphones, and we'll be there to bring you all the latest.


Here are the accounts to follow for all the best at MWC.




CNET - The best of everything at MWC.


Follow @rogerwcheng Roger Cheng, Executive Editor, News

Jason Jenkins, Director of Content

Follow @gabosama Gabriel Sama, Managing editor, CNET en Español

Follow @jdolcourt Jessica Dolcourt, Senior Editor, Phones

Follow @onegarzon Juan Garzon, Senior Editor, CNET en Español

Follow @Batteryhq Andrew Hoyle, Senior Editor

Follow @lynnlaaa Lynn La, Associate Editor, Phones

Follow @longadin Aloysius Low, Senior Writer, Mobile

Follow @miblogestublog Laura Martinez, Senior Editor, CNET en Español

Follow @vanehand Vanessa Hand Orellana, Senior Editor, CNET en Español

Follow @sharonprofis Sharon Profis, Senior Editor

Follow @benfoxrubin Ben Fox Rubin, Staff Writer, News

Follow @stshank Stephen Shankland, Senior Writer, News

Follow @jetscott Scott Stein, Senior Editor, Wearable Tech

Rich Trenholm, Senior Editor

Luke Westaway, Senior Editor

Follow @marmotilla Marta Franco, Associate Producer, CNET en Español

Marc Ganley, Video Producer

Follow @sallyneiman Sally Neiman, Video Producer, CNET en Español


You can also follow all our Mobile World Congress editors at once by following this CNET Twitter list: CNET at MWC




If Twitter isn't your thing, you can also catch the best MWC highlights on Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, LinkedIn and Google+.





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