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We found the most interesting gadgets from MWC so you didn't have to.
From an early age, we're taught not to take candy from strangers. Our parents drill a suspicion of the unknown into us, arming us with the tools to keep ourselves safe. But when it comes to the online world, grown adults who should know better throw caution to the wind, handing over all kinds of intimate data in exchange for use of a free app or wifi network.
Peak MWC? Not on your nelly. See you in Barcelona next year.
This year's Mobile World Congress has seen nostalgia rub shoulders with the bleeding edge. The Barcelona event, now underway, is firmly casting an eye to the future with a steely focus on 5G and The Internet of Things, and yet there is also a trend towards better serving the discerning mobile user without the bells and whistles.
If there’s one technology that clearly dominated over any other last year it was the mass-adoption of 4K displays. From 4K
For 20 years, U.S. Internet policy was the gold standard. It led to massive investments in infrastructure and drove innovation. Europe and the rest of the world are still trying to catch-up.
When it was announced that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg would be giving the keynote talk at Mobile World Congress 2015 in
For a tech conference that features flagship smartphones and wearables as standard, MWC is always a surprisingly mixed bag
HTC has unveiled a gaming-focused virtual reality headset in partnership with video game developers Valve. The Vive allows