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Galaxy S6 vs. Galaxy S6 Edge: Which Samsung phone is best?

Samsung debuted the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge at MWC 2015. However, although they both tout gorgeous 5.1-inch display and a brush-aluminum body, how do they compare otherwise when stacked up alongside one another. Check out our spec comparison…

Digital Trends Top Tech of MWC 2015 Award Winners

Mobile World Congress 2015 brought an impressive array of gadgetry to Barcelona, but our Top Tech of MWC award winners truly towered above their competitors in six different categories.

We saw 100 of Yezz’s wildest ideas for Project Ara modules (and they’re hilarious)

Project Ara is Google's modular phone, which relies on other companies building compatible modules to power it. One company is Yezz, and we got to see some of the wild ideas it has for Ara in the future.

MWC day two roundup: Samsung, Pebble, Windows Phone and more

Day two has come and gone in Barcelona, where 2015’s Mobile World Congres (MWC) show is in full swing. And amid the tapas plates and tangos, we’ve seen a helluva lot of amazing technology. Here are some of the highlights from the…

BlackBerry is open to making another tablet, so long as it’s ‘iconic’

In an interview during Mobile World Congress, BlackBerry CEO John Chen confirmed he is open to having his company create another tablet. However, in order for BlackBerry to consider this, the tablet will have to be 'iconic.'

Samsung decides to take a breather from the smartwatch space — For now

Samsung confirmed the company is taking a break from making smartwatches. Considering how the company released six such devices in a span of just a year and a half, this might not come as a surprise to some.

Ubuntu finally has the phone it deserves. Now it just needs the apps to match

Ubuntu Mobile has found an interesting partner in Meizu, the smartphone brand that has installed the OS on its MX4, which previously ran Android. It has got the hardware, but the software's still not quite ready for the primetime.

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler talks Net neutrality decision and spectrum auctions

FCC chairman Tom Wheeler addressed the Net neutrality decision, spectrum auctions, and more at Mobile World Congress 2015. Although his keynote provided few answers, it held some good info.