Mobile World Congress
Cool Tech

Thermal imaging doesn’t just illuminate the dark, it now lets you turn dumb objects smart

Metaio has been showing off a series of demos designed to showcase the potential of augmented reality technology. Thermal touch has real potential as a an alternative control scheme for wearables that doesn't rely on direct interactions…
Mobile

Amazing iris scanner lets you unlock your phone and pay bills with your eyes

Delta ID's new ActiveIris Technology scans your iris to verify your identity. Once it's incorporated into phones, it will be able to unlock your device, make payments, log into websites, and more.
Mobile

MWC Day four roundup: LG Watch Urbane LTE, Ford, Samsung and more 3:35

Mobile World Congress is drawing to a close in Barcelona, but announcements of new gadgets and services keep pouring out like a leaky faucet. If you haven’t been poring over your news feed, it’s easy to miss the biggest news…
Home Theater

From YouTube to Dropbox, Jumptuit collects your scattered cloud content in 1 app

Jumptuit TV, which streamlines all of your media stored on various devices and cloud services, announced new support for Android and Tizen Smart TVs earlier this week at the Mobile World Congress.
Mobile

This robot can dance like Michael Jackson, and we can’t stop watching

This programmable robot from Spanish manufacturer, BQ, is designed to inspire the next generation of mechanical engineers, and we have video of it slaying the dance floor like Michael Jackson.
Mobile

Bats use echo location to munch bugs, but this phone uses it to snap selfies

Elliptic Labs uses ultrasound technology and gesture controls so you can operate your phone without having to touch it. It works from a distance and can be used in a number of apps.
Cool Tech

Ford’s e-bike knows when you’re tired of pedaling, takes over

Ford's new e-bike may be aimed at the commercial sector, but we want to hop on for a ride. It syncs with your phone and the handlebars vibrate to indicate which way to turn.
Android Army

With a Kevlar back and room for up to 464GB, Saygus's V2 doesn't mess around

The Saygus V2 has a spec list fit to make the most hardened Android geek drool with anticipation. We went hands on with it at MWC in Barcelona
Mobile

LG's elegant Watch Urbane LTE exposes everything that's wrong with Android Wear

We go hands on with the Watch Urbane LTE, LG's attempt to make its own smartwatch operating system. With awesome new features, LTE built in, and a beautiful new design, it's our favorite new watch at Mobile World Congress 2015.
Health & Fitness

AT&T wants to make sure you’re as healthy as possible with ForHealth

During Mobile World Congress, AT&T announced ForHealth, the carrier's health service that collects health and fitness data. The services uses that data and issues you warnings and recommendations based on that data.
Mobile World Congress

MWC day three roundup: HTC Vive, Nokia N1, and more

We singled out the best gear, gadgets, apps, and accessories at MWC 2015 and handed out awards for the Top Tech of the show yesterday. But without a fat lady to sing us out, the show goes on and the news keeps on coming. Here are the…
Mobile

This portable battery can charge your gadgets forever, if you have water and salt

We spoke to Bjorn Westerholm, CEO of MyFC about his new portable fuel cell charger for mobile devices. It's a green solution with recycled materials, powered by water and salt, and an eye-catching product that could turn charging on its…