Alcatel is one of the first out of the gate with a MWC product launch, showing off a smartphone that will be its first worldwide launch. Find out all the details we have on the OneTouch Idol 3.
When your phone blows up on Valentine’s Day, it’s usually a good problem to have. But when that problem moves from the figurative to the literal, it gives you third-degree burns and puts you in the hospital for 10 days.
Mozilla has a lot of news to announce about Firefox OS during Mobile World Congress: New deals with operators and manufacturers, and a new handset from Alcatel Onetouch to show off.
Lenovo has revealed a few new tablets at affordable prices. Here are all the details on the new Windows and Android devices.
ZTE is back and this time has its eyes on you. The new flagship smartphone boosts not just the hardware but the features, with new Eyeprint software to unlock your phone.
Samsung Pay aims to rival Apple Pay and Google Wallet in the mobile payment space. The system works with NFC and verifies payments with your fingerprint. It may also work at locations where NFC is not accepted.
HTC has announced the Vive, a new virtual reality headset designed to take on the Gear VR, and the Oculus Rift. It has partnered with Valve to use the SteamVR platform.
We go hands on with HTC's first wearable (and first fitness band). The HTC Grip is made in coordination with Under Armour, and packs a
We go hands on with HTC's latest and greatest phone, the One M9. With a brand new camera and some cool features, it's a great update to HTC's line, but some aesthetic issues hold…
Acer had plenty to show at MWC with a new budget Windows Phone, the Liquid M220, the Android Liquid Jade Z, Z220, and Z520, and the Liquid Leap+ fitness band, which is compatible with Android, iOS, and Windows Phone devices.
Swedish furniture firm Ikea has got in early with the MWC announcements, taking the wraps off a new range of lamps and tables that come with Qi-enabled wireless charging pads built-in.
Archos announced its army of upcoming Android smartphones, all of which fall below the $200 price range. They include the 50 Oxygen Plus, 52 Platinum, 59 Xenon, and 62 Xenon.
The Blackphone, a smartphone that prioritizes privacy and security, now has a clearer future, thanks to a buyout agreement that makes enterprise privacy company Silent Circle the sole maker of the phone.
Google and Apple’s mobile operating systems are, to no one’s surprise, completely dominating the world, shipping on a combined 96.3 percent of smartphone units in 2014, according to a new report from International Data Corporation (IDC).