Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain is an annual event focusing on the mobile technology industry. For 2014 it'll run from February 24-27. Expect a lot of previews and new product announcements: Tom's Hardware cover the event live during 4 days! Follow us on twitter @tomshardware or bookmark this page for the best of MWC 2014.
We covered a ton of upcoming products and technologies at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. With the trade show officially drawn to a close, we’ve had a chance to discuss the various reveals...
Apple's next iPhone is always a heavily rumored affair. We gather all the whispers here and make sense of it.
IBM is calling on developers to create Watson-based apps.
Sony's best efforts yet culminate in its Xperia Z2 series.
We go hands on with Canonical's Linux-based OS.
How to avoid roaming charges and bill shock when going away for business or pleasure.
We get up close and personal with the thinnest phone in the world.
ZTE debuts the massive 6-inch Grand Memo II at MWC.
OnePlus One No Compromise CyanogenMod Smartphone Will ‘Definitely Be Available For Under $400’
Huawei complimented its ultra thin MediaPad X1 with an 8-inch MediaPad that looks very familiar...
Yota Devices has been busy for the last couple of months. The company already has a new version of the phone it announced in December.
Samsung offers details on new Exynos 5 chip powering the Galaxy S5.
We go hands-on with the Wiko Wax, a Tegra 4i-based LTE phone for Europe.
A new 3DMark is coming and it's already running on the PowerVR GPU inside the iPad Air.
Huawei's latest tablet can also be used as a phone.
This monster-sized 4G smartphone will make its debut next month.
A solution to reading email on that tiny screen.
The Tegra 4-powered Tegra Note 7 can now grab data when not near Wi-Fi.
Samsung didn't mention this in its press conference last night.
A smartwatch with a twist.
Two new phones, including one that should appeal to classic BlackBerry fans.