MWC sets the trends for the mobile world each year, and this year, we've seen five big trends emerging: waterproof phones, nostalgic tech, TV tech in phones, no wearables, and the survival of the headphone jack.
It looks like mobile malware is on the rise. According to a recent report, 2016 saw a threefold increase in mobile malware installations. While advertising trojans were the most installed, mobile ransomware also made an appearance.
A security firm has cited 132 apps on the Google Play Store that feature Windows-targeted malware benign to Android devices, that may have spread through a virus infecting multiple developers' computers.
We enjoy checking out some of the phones announced at MWC that don't always get the attention they deserve, and have rounded them up for you to enjoy. Some well-known brands like ZTE and Meizu join the less well-known Gionee and Ulefone…
The Clik, wireless earbuds from Manchester-based startup Mymanu, can translate between 37 languages offline, in real time. They launched on Kickstarter earlier this year, and are expected to enter mass production as soon as March.
LG has finally taken the wraps off of the highly-anticipated G6, which boasts a number of great features -- but is the new phone enough to take down Apple's flagship? We put the two phones head to head to find out.
We pounded the halls of MWC in Barcelona to find the tech worth taking about. Behold our favourite mobile accessories from the show, from a wallet-sized phone charger to a programmable pixel art Bluetooth speaker.
It's day three of Mobile World Congress, and the day Digital Trends presented its awards for the best products revealed at the show. We still found time to have some fun with the new Nokia 3310 though.
Neura AI, an artificial intelligence startup, feeds on data from more than 55 Internet of Things products to build a perfect profile of you. Third-party apps use that profile to make health recommendations.
OpenSignal, a company that maps wireless coverage and regularly publishes reports about the carriers in the U.S., just released an app that will not only run a speed test on your internet connection, but also tell you what it means.