As yours truly is heading away from the congress after a day’s worth of running around, it is time for a little bit of recapitulation.

This year’s Mobile World Congress has presented itself less splashy than last year’s – except for three webOS devices and a bunch of Android phones from just about every vendor, not much device showing happened at the show so far.

Nokia didn’t show a single of the expected devices (including the VGA QWERTY), RIM showed nothing and Microsoft had nothing to show off either.

Instead, operator economics and app development take more of a center stage at this year’s event. There’s loads of networking going on – but not much which leads to newsworthy stories.

We will obviously continue to scan the place for newsworthy stuff – if you want us to cover something, let us know!

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