Don't-Miss Mobile World Congress Stories
The Carr-E is one of Ford's visions for a personal mobility, last mile solution.
Huawei's Android Wear 2 watch is sporty, chunky, and not nearly as sophisticated as earlier smartwatch efforts.
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.
Oral B's next toothbrushing system will have accelerometers, gyroscopes, a Bluetooth link to a smartphone app, and cloud storage. Have they left anything out?
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.
The Japanese company gets some credit for attempting to innovate, but better luck next time.
The highly-portable Nubo lets you stake out remote corners of your backyard, or monitor your campsite—and its surveillance and convenience features help it stand out from other security cameras.
The company can use a device's existing microphone and speaker to respond to your gesture.
We're not talking "Terminator" (we hope), but we are talking connected everything from toasters to trains, all enabled by the big push for faster, stronger 5G wireless networks.
Record gameplay, snooze notifications, and save battery with built-in gaming functions. Oh, and Samsung says it's the first to ship with Vulkan support, too.
One of the most fun smartphone accessories to come out of this year's Mobile World Congress expo has to be LG's Rolling Bot. It's a spherical ball that rolls around on command from a smartphone, and includes a camera and laser pointer.
Sony’s Xperia Eye, Projector, and Agent could fuel your sci-fi fantasies (or nightmares).
The CEO first dreamed of virtual reality as a teen and now sees it as the future of social media.
Valve and HTC's VR headset finally has a price. And it's not cheap.
In Barcelona, you really can buy happiness. (It's called Iberico, a delicious Spanish ham.) But you can't buy unlicensed spectrum, and yet it's going to be the hottest thing at Mobile World Congress next week.
The first big mobile show of the year gets even bigger.
The G4 was a great phone, but not the huge hit LG expected. Will the G5 draw more Android fans?
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