Don't-Miss Mobile World Congress Stories
Mastercard will soon let you verify your ID with a selfie instead of typing a password.
The Cat S60 is a ruggedized 4G LTE Android handset that can survive a drop from 1.5 meters onto concrete and be taken up to 5 meters underwater, but its special feature is infrared imaging.
Samsung is barely talking about one of the best new features in the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
CIO of mobility Glenn Lurie lays out AT&T's multipronged plans for interconnected cities.
Two of the year's hottest phones were only just announced. It's too early to pick a winner, but we're going to do it anyway.
Sony's trio of new Xperia phones offers something for everyone.
Although Apple does not exhibit at Mobile World Congress, the iPhone maker influences exhibiting app developers and accessory vendors and, now, debate at the show about securing digital identity.
The highly-portable Nubo lets you stake out remote corners of your backyard, or monitor your campsite—and its surveillance and convenience features help it stand out from other security cameras.
The company can use a device's existing microphone and speaker to respond to your gesture.
Sony has a bad habit of announcing phones and then never launching them in the U.S. Apparently, that's not the case this time around—at least for one of the devices.
This $249 portable SSD is built to withstand hard drops and raindrops alike.
We're not talking "Terminator" (we hope), but we are talking connected everything from toasters to trains, all enabled by the big push for faster, stronger 5G wireless networks.
You can carry 480GB of fast SSD storage in your pocket. The extra-tough packaging should survive even the klutziest owners.
Facebook will begin testing a solar-powered Internet drone called Aquila later in 2016, Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
This portable security camera has its own SIM card so it can live without Wi-Fi, among other handy features.
Nextbit’s head honchos chat about the Robin’s design, why it eliminated the app drawer, and what’s next in the pipeline.
Only one of these devices is worth considering, but they wouldn't let us past the demo mode.
Pepper, the humanoid robot, will soon make an appearance in U.S. businesses, its manufacturer says.
Yes, you could turn on a lamp or wake up your phone with a wave of your hand. Here's how it works.
Facebook will begin test flights of its solar-powered Internet drone later this year, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday.
"I don't think requiring back doors is going to increase security," said Facebook's CEO at Mobile World Congress.
Curious about whether there's enough to justify upgrading to the Galaxy S7? We can help.
It can see through smoke, it can dive underwater, and it can run Android Marshmallow: The CAT S60 is a 4G LTE smartphone with a 3,800 mAh battery that owners of thinner and lighter phones might kill for.
LG's new G5 smartphone comes with an innovative feature: the ability to plugin and remove hardware modules that add extra functionality to the phone.
The Huawei MateBook's pressure sensitive stylus is really quite capable. Here's what it's like to paint a digital picture with it.