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Proxi says its new wireless-charging technology can solve current charging problems.
Indigo, from Artificial Solutions, is a voice-activated personal assistant app that works on Android and Windows phones and tablets.
Samsung Electronics introduces the Android-based HomeSync media center, which can be used to watch movies, play games, and also provide private and shared storage.
Previewed at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Mozilla's mobile operating system is entirely Web-based, making it similar to Google's Chrome OS.
Hewlett-Packard re-enters the consumer tablet market with the Slate 7, an Android-based device with a 7-inch screen that will start at $169.
Mozilla, Ericsson, AT&T will show the web technology's video, voice calling, and file-sharing chops at the Mobile World Congress this week.
Huawei Technologies has expanded its device portfolio with the LTE-equipped Ascend P2 as the company hopes to climb upwards in the smartphone market.
Lenovo's tablets join an already flooded market of tablets with multiple operating systems.
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.
Smartphones and tablets with the emerging Wi-Fi wireless networking technology, 802.11ac, will arrive early in the second half of this year, a Qualcomm executive said.
Orange has announced the addition of three smartphones to its device range, including its first LTE smartphone, the Lumo.
There won't be a lot of huge phone and tablet announcements in Barcelona, and Microsoft's own presence will be dialed back. But there are still interesting developments on the horizon.
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