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Android fans will freak, we've managed to get all 124 MWC pin badges and here they are

Android fans will freak, we've managed to get all 124 MWC pin badges and here they are

By 7 hours ago

Whether you are an Android fan, a collector, or merely intrigued, the Mobile World Congress Android pins are back and are sending attendees at the trade show in Barcelona into a giddy frenzy. As Google famously did in 2011, the company has released collectable pin... >>

8 smartphones with 3,000mAh batteries or larger, made to last longer

8 smartphones with 3,000mAh batteries or larger, made to last longer

By 7 hours ago

Mobile World Congress 2015 has shown us that bigger batteries aren't always going to keep coming. Samsung opted for smaller power cells in its Galaxy S6 than the previous generation – in favour of faster charging. But some people want to avoid charging... >>

Is Uber buying a mapping company to beat Google's self-driving cars?

Is Uber buying a mapping company to beat Google's self-driving cars?

By 4 March 2015

Cab giant Uber is apparently near to closing a deal with mapping company deCarta. While it claims this will help it to fine tune its mapping tech for driver positioning there could be a lot more to it. Uber has reportedly opened a robotics facility in... >>

Is Google+ dead? Google confirms it'll turn Photos and Streams into new products

Is Google+ dead? Google confirms it'll turn Photos and Streams into new products

By 3 March 2015

After a year of speculation, Google has confirmed that will split apart Google+ by pulling core features from the social network and turning them into new products. Bradley Horowitz, Google's VP of product, revealed the news via Google+: "Just wanted... >>

Your Android phone will soon work as an enhanced controller for Android TV games

Your Android phone will soon work as an enhanced controller for Android TV games

By 2 March 2015

Google just announced some Android TV changes that'll make playing games even more fun. When it comes to playing Android TV games, you can use Google's traditional controller, and soon, your own Android mobile device. Google has given developers a set... >>

You'll soon access Google Nova mobile network using Google Android on your Google Nexus phone

You'll soon access Google Nova mobile network using Google Android on your Google Nexus phone

By 2 March 2015

Google is said to be launching its own mobile phone network and sell airtime and data price plans directly to its customers. Plans for a US service, which will use wholesale carrier space acquired from Sprint and T-Mobile, will come to fruition in the... >>

Android Pay is real, get ready to carry your cards in your phone

Android Pay is real, get ready to carry your cards in your phone

By 2 March 2015

Rumours of Android Pay have now been upgraded to official as Sundar Pichai, Google's SVP of product, has announced Android Pay is coming. As suspected Google has opted to create an API for Android Pay. This will mean third-party developers should be able... >>

Google Project Ara gets August international release date: Gaming controller module revealed

Google Project Ara gets August international release date: Gaming controller module revealed

By 2 March 2015

Google Project Ara will be making its way to the world from August, Yezz has told Pocket-lint at Mobile World Congress 2015. It's also shown off its gaming controller module, along with many more, which you can see in our photo gallery above. Project... >>

5 reasons why Sailfish OS 2.0 should worry Apple, Google and Microsoft

5 reasons why Sailfish OS 2.0 should worry Apple, Google and Microsoft

By 2 March 2015

Jolla, the Finnish start-up behind the simply named Phone and Tablet, is honing its minimalist Sailfish OS 2.0 down to perfection so it's sharp enough to cut even the mighty Apple, Google and Microsoft. Watch out. The open source, start-up sized company... >>

Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet vs Google Nexus 9: What's the difference?

Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet vs Google Nexus 9: What's the difference?

By 2 March 2015

Sony has announced the Xperia Z4 Tablet at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which it claims is not only "made for entertainment", but also carries the tag of the "world's lightest and slimmest 10-inch tablet". It may wipe the floor with its predecessor,... >>