Don't-Miss Mobile World Congress Stories

Windows 10: How it works across multiple devices

Whatever PC, tablet or phone you're using, the interface will remain consistent and data will follow you everywhere.

Emporia's radical Android phone packs a peel-back physical keyboard and newbie-friendly design

The Emporia Smart was made for grandparents, kids, and anybody else uncomfortable with traditional smartphones.

Microsoft's Lumia 640XL is a Windows Phone phablet for the rest of us

The Lumia 640XL is big, but it has a comparatively small price tag.

Lenovo Tab 2 A8 and Tab 2 A10-70 are affordable Android tablets with impressive Dolby Atmos sound

The Lenovo Tab 2 series comes with Dolby's Atmos immersive sound technology, making sounds feel like it's coming from all around you.

Lenovo IdeaPad Miix 300 offers portable, affordable productivity

This $149 Windows tablet boasts an 8-inch IPS display and a year of Office 365, making it better than lower-cost Windows tablets but still attainable.

First look at the HTC One M9

HTC's new flagship phone is an evolution from last year's model, keeping what worked and refining what didn't.

Meet HTC's first wearable, the Grip

HTC's first wearable device is targeted for the fitness enthusiast.

What caught our eye at Mobile World Congress 2014

Our intrepid team of reporters outlines three trends -- low-end smartphones, convertible tablets, and improved mobile audio -- that dominated their week in Barcelona.

Smart toothbrush lets you sync with an app, be a toothbrushing rockstar

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?

Mio's wrist monitors keep tabs on your heart rate

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.