Samsung has only just unveiled its new hybrid camera/phone, but we’ve already taken it for a test drive, just to keep you as informed as possible. We’re good like that…
The whole point of consoles used to be that they were a carefree, plug-and-play gaming experience – but the new generation of machines has put paid to all that.
The OnePlus One smartphone promises a Galaxy S5-class experience for a mere £229. We got the chance to check it out, and see if this phablet is as promising as it sounds.
At a journalist roundtable session BlackBerry's CEO said more QWERTY phones are coming, and the company's enterprise head promised better integration with Microsoft platforms.
We’ve had the Galaxy S5 demoed to us by the handset’s design team over in Seoul, and they pointed out some pretty cool “secret” features.
We managed to snatch a brief look at the Tab 4 during a visit to Samsung’s HQ, and here are our initial thoughts.
Want to know what a Galaxy S5 assembly line looks like? We take you inside Samsung’s facility in Gumi, with pictures aplenty…
We visited Samsung's phone testing labs to see how they perfect the Galaxy devices and their call quality testing blew our minds.
What’s so great about the One M8? Lots of things, actually, and here are 10 reasons why you might consider purchasing HTC’s new flagship.
You think the Snapdragon 801 is just a sped-up Snapdragon 800? It is faster, of course, but there’s much more to it than this, says Qualcomm.
Google has triumphantly revealed its new smartwatch OS, but the real battle will be fought on the hardware front, not software.
Anyone who cares about other people should stay out of Silicon Valley, and tell their loved ones to stay out, too. Do we want a tech world defined by compassionless jerks?
Download Booster is bad news for providers. It's the first technology we've seen to aggregate Wi-Fi and LTE - it connects to both networks at the same time, making them look like one, faster network.
We take a look at the handsets we’re most looking forward to, including the next Nexus from Google, and that rumoured phone from Amazon.
We point out the five biggest trends which were present at this year’s MWC, including super-cheap smartphones, wearables and octo-core CPUs.
We chatted with a BlackBerry VP over at MWC, and the company isn’t being bashful about its mobile operating system’s compatibility with Android apps anymore.
Mobile World Congress 2014 was about a fully connected world. Now, what kind of world do we want that to be? What kind of questions will we see asked when we return to Barcelona a year from now?
We got to spend some time with all three of Samsung’s new Gear devices – the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and of course the Gear Fit.
Asha, X, and Windows Phone? Nokia said they're all supported going forward at an MWC 2014 press conference. But the Nokia bigwigs can't seem to make their mind up if they like that.
We had the chance to get up close and personal with the new BlackBerry Z3, the company’s hope for maintaining its presence in Southeast Asia.
How do Nokia’s new budget Android handsets actually perform? We got a chance to put the Nokia X and XL through a bit of benchmarking.
We had the chance to take Intel’s reference smartphones for a test drive at MWC, and we were very impressed despite some hiccups.
We’ve got a shedload of photos, two hands-on videos, and a full write-up of our first impressions of Samsung’s hotly anticipated Galaxy S5.
Mobile World Congress, Intel showed off 64-bit Atom processors called "Merrifield" and "Moorefield," a new LTE-Advanced modem, and a roadmap through 2015.
LG is showing off a raft of smartphones at MWC, six of them in fact, and we got to check all those handsets out.
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