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Have you heard of the Sailfish OS for mobile phones? If you haven't, you should, says the company's CEO.
Our intrepid team of reporters spent the week in Barcelona at the world's biggest mobile trade show, looking at a slew of mobile devices and services. But what topics were on everyone's mind at Mobile World Congress 2014?
This fledgling wearable uses your pulse wave as a unique identifier, so it can unlock doors, accounts and more in a way that no one can decode or steal.
Touchless swipes, taps and double-taps can all be identified by STMicro's 'time-of-flight' proximity detector
The so-called Internet of everything is becoming a reality, disrupting the tech industry
Wrist-worn heart rate monitors with the same accuracy as a tight, uncomfortable chest strap? Be still my beating heart.
Samsung's Galaxy S5 may have grabbed the biggest share of the spotlight in Barcelona this week, but there were plenty of other mobile devices that caught our eye.
For a show that's supposed to be all about mobile, MWC packed a ton of killer stuff that should appeal to PC buffs, Microsoft watchers, and people who just like to get things done.
Ready your wrists and wallets, because we saw a bunch of cool smartwatches, fitness bands and wearables in Barcelona.
Our intrepid team of reporters outlines three trends -- low-end smartphones, convertible tablets, and improved mobile audio -- that dominated their week in Barcelona.
With its cool design and crisp HD display, this tablet unveiled at Mobile World Congress stands out from the Android crowd and might even cause a few iPad users to stray.
Connected Car Consortium brings drivers more information while at the wheel - but works to limit distractions, too.
Wacom's WILL will make it easier to capture handwriting or sketches, share them and recreate them on other platforms, Wacom said.
The Instant Network Mini can carry voice calls and text messages and has a satellite uplink
Oral-B's Bluetooth toothbrush aims to make oral hygiene fun, with videos to entertain you and even achievement badges. But will four out of five dentists approve?
Qualcomm puts a customized Galaxy Note 3 and next-gen mobile hotspot on display at Mobile World Congress to show off the upcoming mobile technology.
Say goodbye to those uncomfortable chest straps. Both the wrist-worn Mio Alpha and Mio Link promise to accurately measure your heart rate during exercise.
The company might finally have a decent mobile chip with its 64-bit Merrifield and Moorefield designs, but its competitors have a huge head start.
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