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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.
A press conference isn't all just fun and games, though Samsung's Inception-inspired keynote might have steered you otherwise.
Step into the journalist's seat and experience all the emotions that come with covering MWC's biggest press conference.
Things took a turn for the weird and powerful at Mobile World Congress, the largest mobile tradeshow on the planet.
Charging an electric car while driving may sound like a wild idea, but Qualcomm wants to bring that capability to automobiles.
Having spent some time with these hot new Android phones, we’ve already formed a few preliminary opinions on how they stack up.
An LG spokesperson says the company wants to focus on its own brand instead of building another Google phone.
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?
The company confirmed the Z line will be no more, turning their focus to the Xperia X series.
Each year, Google sets up a shrubbery-laden outdoor funhouse for Android lovers. It’s too much fun.
Google didn't make any big Android announcements at MWC, but they did have some fun demos and delicious hot chocolate.
We toured a museum with a Project Tango tablet as our augmented reality guide.
Google demonstrates how Project Tango's precise indoor location can change your museum-going experience forever.
The most frustrating thing about Oppo's SuperVOOC fast-charging demonstration at Mobile World Congress is waiting for the battery to discharge so that they can run it again.
We caught up with Nextbit's CEO and Chief Product and Design Officer about Robin's design, why it eliminated the app drawer, and what’s next in the pipeline.
China's top smartphone maker is thinking about launching its phones in the U.S., the head of its international business said Wednesday.
The first new flagship smartphone in over a year from China's Xiaomi packs technology to match the iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S7, but at around half the price.
LG and Samsung announced their flagship phones on the same day. Which company did a better job of it?
If you spend hundreds of millions developing a new flagship phone, you better make its introduction something special!
360-degree video is going to be all the rage this year, so of course Samsung's got a product to create it.
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?
Smartphones with Android and Windows 10 Mobile vastly differ when it comes to business features, as highlighted by new smartphones introduced at MWC.
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