Don't-Miss Phone Stories
More than half of Android devices being used in the enterprise are made by Samsung, according to a report from mobile device management company Fiberlink that surveyed more than 250,000 devices worldwide.
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.
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.
Because yes, it's 2013 and still illegal to unlock your cell phone without your carrier's permission.
Samsung announces new Exynos six- and eight-core Exynos mobile chips
Move follows Galaxy S5 with fingerprint reader
Go hands on with the new Galaxy S5 to find out more about the smartphone's battery-saving, security, and health-monitoring features.
In this video report, you'll see why Nokia's X, X1, and XL are more reminiscent of Windows Phone devices than of the Android OS they actually run.
Take a closer look at the Galaxy S5, Gear 2 smartwatch, and Gear Fit wristband in this video report.
The LG G Pro 2, Nokia X, Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2 among notable newcomers
And cheap international calls are coming for people without a contract.
Nokia introduced a trio of Android models at this year's MWC, and Florence Ion takes us on a video tour of the phones.
The phone will be released first in Indonesia and later in other markets in Asia; an LTE version is planned for the rest of the world.
John Chen announces a new version of BES, free licenses for customers switching, and new pricing.