Don't-Miss Mobile World Congress Stories
Our intrepid team of reporters outlines three trends -- low-end smartphones, convertible tablets, and improved mobile audio -- that dominated their week in Barcelona.
A microscopic coating from P2i coats the electronics inside smartphones to prevent the phones from short circuiting after getting wet.
When it arrives in the U.S. later this year, this whole-home DVR from VBox will let you watch and record live TV on multiple devices at once.
The Tracer has GPS and a SIM card that works with more than 500 carriers around the world, making it ideal for family vacations or solo adventurers who want to let people know that they're doing OK.
Melissa Riofrio looks at Samsung's latest releases -- the Galaxy S5 plus a new smart watch and a fitness band.
A cell phone from SpareOne is designed to be used for emergencies and runs on a single AA battery.
Intel's new Atom chips code-named Merrifield and Moorefield will be in smartphones during the second half
Qualcomm's new 64-bit, eight-core Snapdragon 615 will be in mobile devices during fourth quarter.
Apple skips out on Mobile World Congress, but its iOS platform still casts a pretty big shadow over the world's largest mobile trade show. Armando Rodriguez and Leah Yamshon return from Spain with an iOS-flavored report on MWC.
Duracell Powermat introduced wireless charging options for the iPhone 5, Macbook and Samsung Galaxy S III at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
This week at Mobile World Congress, the Device Renewal Forum announced an official standard for renewing devices that includes military-grade data wiping, environmentally responsible recycling of materials, and a database to check for stolen handsets.
Launched at Mobile World Congress this week, the still-in-beta DivX Stash lets you save movies from various video sites to watch later on your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Imaging technology once reserved for high end cameras might be coming to smartphones with new software from Japan's Morpho.
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