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HTC One M9 cases: Dot View gets enhanced, active case will keep you protected

HTC One M9 cases: Dot View gets enhanced, active case will keep you protected

By 1 March 2015

HTC has lined up a wide range of accessories for the HTC One M9 and one of the most interesting is the next generation Dot View case. We love Dot View because of its innovative show-through display, meaning you check the time and glance at notifications... >>

Three to bring Huawei's new Honor 6+ to UK stores as exclusive tariff partner

Three to bring Huawei's new Honor 6+ to UK stores as exclusive tariff partner

By 78 minutes ago

Honor plans to bring Android phones to retail stores in the UK for the first time, starting with the Honor 6+, with Three acting as the exclusive network operator in the country. Some Honor-branded devices are already available in the UK through sites... >>

Does anybody understand these baffling MWC slogans?

Does anybody understand these baffling MWC slogans?

By 118 minutes ago

One of the things we always notice when trudging trade show floors is that companies feel the need to explain what they do, or what they are showing in a three or four word slogan. However, most of them are claptrap of the highest order. What might sound... >>

Wow! 200GB microSD card stores more data than an iPhone, and is smaller than a 1p coin

Wow! 200GB microSD card stores more data than an iPhone, and is smaller than a 1p coin

By 2 hours ago

SanDisk has done it again. The flash storage maker has unveiled a new microSD card with more storage than your laptop probably features. Just one year after unveiling the first 128GB microSD card, SanDisk has announced a 200GB microSD card at Mobile World... >>

Best smartphones of MWC 2015: Samsung, HTC, Microsoft and more

Best smartphones of MWC 2015: Samsung, HTC, Microsoft and more

By 3 hours ago

Although smartphones are unveiled and launched throughout the year, there's one specific trade show that features the highest concentration of new devices displayed to the public for the very first time; Mobile World Congress. The event in Barcelona... >>

BlackBerry Leap: Affordable 5-incher lacks Z30 charm (hands-on)

BlackBerry Leap: Affordable 5-incher lacks Z30 charm (hands-on)

By 4 hours ago

We knew that BlackBerry was going to use Mobile World Congress to talk about future devices and it announced the Leap, alongside a tease of a whacky slider handset, with double curved display. The Leap sits in the same sort of space as the BlackBerry... >>

Apple iPhone 6S to add Force Touch for new depth of control?

Apple iPhone 6S to add Force Touch for new depth of control?

By 4 hours ago

Apple is expected to add the Force Touch controls found on the Apple Watch to its next iPhone 6S. The rumour has started amid the Mobile World Congress announcements from other manufacturers. It suggests that Apple, unfaltering, is powering ahead with... >>

MWC Android pin badges: 124 to collect and we've snapped them all

MWC Android pin badges: 124 to collect and we've snapped them all

By 6 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... >>

Want to unlock your smartphone with your eyes? The ZTE Grand S3's retina scanning tech can do just that (hands-on)

Want to unlock your smartphone with your eyes? The ZTE Grand S3's retina scanning tech can do just that (hands-on)

By 7 hours ago

Biometrics. Now that's a word we'll be hearing more of in the world of tech. Having seen plenty of fingerprint scanners on phones in recent years, the ZTE Grand S3 goes one step further: incorporating EyeVerify retina scanning technology, which can be... >>

Qualcomm Zeroth machine learning promises to help us find lost photos quickly

Qualcomm Zeroth machine learning promises to help us find lost photos quickly

By 8 hours ago

The days of trying to remember when and where you took a picture could be over thanks to a machine learning technology being developed by Qualcomm. The tech, currently referred to as Zeroth, has the ability to scan images you've taken and match points... >>