CNET's social media team for Mobile World Congress 2014

The year's biggest smartphone party starts this weekend and CNET will be out in force to cover the action. Here's everyone that you need to follow on Twitter to read the news as soon as it breaks.

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Beginning this weekend, the largest CNET team ever will on the ground in Barcelona, Spain, to cover Mobile World Congress. The world's most important wireless trade show , Mobile World Congress delivers a bounty of new smartphones, tablets, and everything mobile. To get the latest hands-on videos and photos, interviews, device news, live blogs , and analysis, visit our Mobile World Congress package and use Twitter to follow everyone that you see here.

CNET Reviews and News:


CNET The best of everything at MWC
Brian Bennett, Senior Editor
Seamus Byrne, Editor, CNET Australia
Roger Cheng, Executive Editor, CNET News
Jessica Dolcourt, Senior Editor, CNET Reviews
Eric Franklin, Senior Editor, CNET Reviews
Marc Ganley, Video Producer 
Nick Hide, Managing Editor
Andy Hoyle, Senior Editor, CNET Reviews
Jason Jenkins, Director of Content
Lynn La, Associate Editor, CNET Reviews
Aloysius Low, Senior Writer, CNET Asia
Stephen Shankland, Senior Writer, CNET News
Tim Stevens, Editor at Large, CNET Reviews
Shara Tibken, Staff Writer, CNET Reviews
Rich Trenholm, Senior Editor 
Lindsey Turrentine, Editor in chief, CNET Reviews
Luke Westaway, Senior Editor

Follow them all with one click by subscribing to the CNET at MWC list on Twitter.

CNET en Español:


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Erica Argueta, Associate Producer
Juan Garzon, Senior Editor
Vanessa Hand-Orellana, Reporter
Laura Martinez, Senior Editor
Gabriel Sama, Managing editor
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