Don't-Miss Mobile World Congress Stories
The CEO first dreamed of virtual reality as a teen and now sees it as the future of social media.
In a speech at a Samsung event on the sidelines of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Sunday, Mark Zuckerberg outlined his vision for virtual reality. Here are his remarks in full.
Samsung's new flagship smartphones, the S7 and S7 Edge were revealed at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Here's the highlights in under 3 minutes.
Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge feature several improvements over the previous models, but there aren't any major leaps in technology.
The latest Galaxy smartphones feature improved guts, new cameras, and updated designs. Meanwhile, a new 360-degree camera lets you capture VR scenes that you can view using Samsung's Gear VR headset.
Starting at $199, this tablet shows that Android has arrived in the corporate world. The Tab3 10 for Business is built to take a full day at the office, with sturdy construction and the enhanced security and manageability of Android for Work.
Samsung's flagship devices incrementally improve on last year's devices with a beefed-up camera, faster processor, and curvier design.
Android Marshmallow's support for multiple user accounts lets Lenovo set up a kids mode with parental controls. You can monitor what children do and where they go on a tablet, and for how long.
It's a basic Windows tablet, but the detachable keyboard lets you be productive at will.
The Lenovo Flex 4's 14-inch and 15-inch versions will both offer high-end options on everything from processors to connectivity. Battery life promises to be good, too,
It's easy to find a decent $500 laptop, but Lenovo makes the Yoga 710 a bit more special with its 360-degree hinge.
Android's evolving from a consumer-focused OS to one that can run work applications for retail employees or manufacturing teams. We take a closer look at this durable, capable device.
You can find plenty of nice laptops in the $599 or $699 price range, and the Flex 4 already has higher-end CPU and GPU options going for it. The 360-degree versatility is the icing on the cake.
The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge aren't particularly revolutionary, but they do improve upon what made the Galaxy S6 so great.
Huawei's MateBook is a sleek Windows 10 powered 2-in-1. The company unveiled it at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Sunday.
IPad Pro users can connect to desktop PCs or Macs with the software, that fixes glitches in the older
Valve and HTC's VR headset finally has a price. And it's not cheap.
HP thinks its Elite x3 Windows phone can escape doom by focusing on corporate customers. It's a reasonable plan facing incredible odds.
If you want to jump on the "room scale VR" train, you better warm up your credit card.
Forget the improved camera, aluminum body, and brand new processor. The G5's biggest selling point is that you can swap in extra hardware features as you please.
Even if you don't have a headset, you'll be able to see the Barcelona launch from multiple camera angles on a PC or smartphone.
Here's some of the highlights from last year's show to get you revved and ready for what's in store in just a few days.
In Barcelona, you really can buy happiness. (It's called Iberico, a delicious Spanish ham.) But you can't buy unlicensed spectrum, and yet it's going to be the hottest thing at Mobile World Congress next week.
The stylus will even alert you if it gets too far away from the phone.
The first big mobile show of the year gets even bigger.