Pebble CEO Eric Migicovsky is happy to point out the company’s smartwatch is “the most popular smart watch platform in the world right now.” But can this tiny business keep up with the Apple Watch? Let’s hope so.
When Apple started work on its smartwatch, it apparently wanted the battery to run for up to 4 days before needing a recharge. That didn't work out, though the expected inclusion of a 'Power Reserve' mode could certainly make it go for that little bit longer.
Microsoft introduced two new Lumia smartphones at Mobile World Congress: The Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL. The mid-range phones sport solid specs and very low price tags.
Google wasn't the only tech firm to submit proposals for new offices in Mountain View recently. Social networking company LinkedIn also has plans, though with limited space for new construction in the city, there could be trouble ahead.
Lenovo has released its first camera/smartphone hybrid at MWC. The 16-megapixel Vibe Shot is packed with photography features, and it was shown off alongside the budget A7000 smartphone and a Pocket Projector.
We go hands on with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, The two best Samsung phones we've ever used.
Looking for a new flagship tablet? Sony has you covered at MWC with its new Xperia Z4 Tablet, which sports a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor, super-thin design, and long battery life.
Huawei is back this year with another massive phablet. The Mediapad X2 features the same huge design as last year, but now with an octa-core processor and much-needed boost in storage and memory
Remember when 4GB flash drives seemed like they had tons of storage? SanDisk has shrunk 200GB down to the size of a fingernail with its new MicroSDXC card, but it'll come with a hefty $400 price tag.
Trying to figure out which subscription service to use while sticking to a frugal entertainment budget? Check out our updated 2015 breakdown of the three most popular streaming video services.
Even though Android has a commanding lead in global market share when it comes to smartphone shipments, Apple has Google's operating system beat where it might hurt the most: making money off that hardware.