Don't-Miss Mobile World Congress Stories
The line between a smartphone and a tablet keeps getting thinner as companies roll out large phones at MWC.
Here's a look at some of the loonier stuff at Mobile World Congress 2013.
Those at Mobile World Congress, meanwhile, can stop by Canonical's booth to get the software flashed on their device.
Device makers and network operators are working together to let your phone automatically connect to trusted Wi-Fi networks.
The combo of compass, accelerometer, and gyroscope is moving beyond gaming into other devices and apps.
Japan's NEC has come up with a different way to answer consumer demands for bigger screens on smartphones. Rather than use a single, larger display, which makes the entire phone larger, the company has fitted a second screen to its Medias W handset that folds out when needed to double the display area.
Volvo's new Sensus Connected Touch system is Android-powered and surprisingly responsive.
The CTO of HP's mobility group said the company is looking forward to creating a range of tablets for consumers and enterprises.
If you have a habit of dropping smartphones or tablets in toilets or sinks, Fujitsu may have an answer for you. The company showed off a new Windows 8 tablet and Android smartphones that can resist drops into water.
Imaging technology once reserved for high end cameras might be coming to smartphones with new software from Japan's Morpho.
The European Union is "shooting itself in the foot" when it comes to the mobile industry, Europe's Digital Agenda Commissioner tells CEOs in Barcelona.
MasterCard announced MasterPass at Mobile World Congress on Monday, a mobile service that lets you pay any way you want with just a tap on your smartphone screen.