Samsung has been hyping up the Galaxy S4. Let's see if the company can deliver.
Microsoft didn't have a booth at the big mobile trade show in Barcelona, but that didn't stop us from spotting laptops, tablets, and phones running various flavors of Windows.
If Mobile World Congress is any indication, phone makers are working hard to improve the hardware of their latest mobile devices. But the OS powering these phones seems stuck in the past.
Asus' latest mobile offerings -- on display at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona -- include a tablet-sized smartphone and a phone that wants to be a tablet.
Previewed at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Mozilla's mobile operating system is entirely Web-based, making it similar to Google's Chrome OS.
Just before the start of Mobile World Congress 2013, Samsung has taken the wraps off an 8-inch Android tablet with a pressure-sensitive pen like the one found on its Note II smartphone and Note 10.1 tablet.
BlackBerry has a new name, a new look, and two new phones. Can these major changes save the company?
Google announces two hackathons where developers can get early access to Project Glass.
The gadgets company puts its own spin on wire-free device-to-device transfer, and it's really fast.
A phone for the hard of hearing might sound like a flawed premise, but Clarity's Ensemble seems like a good fit for the elderly and hard of hearing.
The Tegra chip powers Audi's "MIB" in-dash infotainment system, which will debut in 2014 models in the U.S.