The IEEE--yes, that IEEE--developed a multiplayer Mars rover VR experience.
Lenovo took us to a a beautiful art museum in Barcelona to show off what its Project Tango tablet can do.
The big news: Jide's Remix OS is entering beta. Perhaps bigger news: Jide knows exactly who its customers are.
The long-awaited Saygus V-Squared "superphone" is coming to market finally, but the specs that last year were extraordinary are now...not quite. But it's still a promising handset.
When Intel showed us its latest Project Tango smartphone capabilities, it did so using a VR HMD -- one that it made and may give away with the smartphone dev kits.
Intel's Project Tango phone now offers hand- and object-tracking -- without the use of any peripherals -- as well as improved demos.
Keezel aims to help mobile consumers protect their privacy using a Wi-Fi hub that connects to VPN services.
The dual-screen Siam 7x smartphone was a longshot to ever reach the market, but it beat the odds and went on sale today.
With Huawei's new MateBook entering the 2-in-1 PC market, we take a closer look at how it stacks up against the likes of the Surface Pro 4 and the iPad Pro.
The final consumer version of the HTC Vive is here! No, not for sale, but in the flesh. We got some pictures.
Some technologies are still largely missing from many VR HMDs, such as eye tracking. SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI) has a plan for that.
ARM announced the new Cortex-A32 CPU core, which the company claimed is the smallest and lowest-power processor that targets wearables, IoT, and other embedded devices.
Imagination Technology announced the PowerVR Series8XE at MWC 2016, a low-power GPU targeting low-cost smartphones, wearables, televisions, IoT devices, and other embedded applications.
Acer announced two new phones at the MWC, called the Acer Liquid Zest (which also has a 4G variant), and the higher-end Acer Liquid Jade 2.
At MWC, Lenovo announced three new Android-based tablets in its Tab3 Series. The new line includes the Tab3 10, Tab3 7 and Tab3 8.
MediaTek announced a new mid-range chip, called the helio P20, which is built on a TSMC's 16FF+ process and supports LPDDR4X RAM and cameras with dual-phase detection autofocus.