Don't-Miss Mobile World Congress Stories
Smart parking, smart highways and smart bikes -- all linked by low-cost modules and sensors that can be connected wirelessly -- are all part of what’s coming.
Step into the journalist's seat and experience all the emotions that come with covering MWC's biggest press conference.
Having spent some time with these hot new Android phones, we’ve already formed a few preliminary opinions on how they stack up.
Google didn't make any big Android announcements at MWC, but they did have some fun demos and delicious hot chocolate.
Google demonstrates how Project Tango's precise indoor location can change your museum-going experience forever.
If you spend hundreds of millions developing a new flagship phone, you better make its introduction something special!
Samsung hopes to democratize VR content creation with an this affordable accessory.
Computerworld Senior Editor Matt Hamblen goes into detail with HP's business-friendly Elite x3 smartphone.
Who knew that big data and networking could help you make better wine?
Meet Atheer, a startup that makes enterprise-focused smart glasses and is on the cusp of releasing its first commercial product.
Mastercard will soon let you verify your ID with a selfie instead of typing a password.
Although Apple does not exhibit at Mobile World Congress, the iPhone maker influences exhibiting app developers and accessory vendors and, now, debate at the show about securing digital identity.
Facebook will begin test flights of its solar-powered Internet drone later this year, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday.
"I don't think requiring back doors is going to increase security," said Facebook's CEO at Mobile World Congress.
Intel sparked a wireless revolution in 2003 with its Centrino program to connect laptops over Wi-Fi, and now the emerging 5G standard could bring another big change in the way devices communicate.
The CEO first dreamed of virtual reality as a teen and now sees it as the future of social media.
If you didn't like the look of Pebble's new smartwatch, a stainless steel version will set you back just $70 more.
New desks, bedside tables, and lamps will feature Qi wireless charging capabilities.
'Sense ID' promises to detect fingerprints through metal and glass, and encourages damp fingers.
But Google's Sundar Pichai says it doesn't intend to become a full-service cellular carrier, instead likening the service to its Nexus mobile devices.
The Android smartphone maker will launch Samsung Pay in the US in mid 2015