Honda showed off its UNI-CUB mobility seat and the Walking Assist Device at the 2015 SAE World Congress. Continue reading SAE World Congress: Testing out the Honda UNI-CUB, Walking Assist Device SAE World Congress: Testing out the Honda UNI-CUB, Walking Assist Device originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 24 Apr 2015 15:45:00 EST. Show More Summary
Huawei might not be a household name, but their first Android Wear smartwatch has sure caught the attention of plenty of folks in the tech blogosphere. The Huawei Watch turned heads at Mobile World Congress; many see this as a turning point for a company huge in China but still struggling to break into the […]
At Mobile World Congress, Acer revealed their long rumoured Windows Phone device Liquid M220. Today, Acer announced that Liquid M220 will be made available in Microsoft Stores. And Acer will support Windows 10 upgrade on this device. Here are the full specs of the Acer Liquid M220: 4 inch WVGA screen with on-screen navigation buttons […]
Got a Nexus 6? Itching to dump your traditional wireless service provider for something a bit more ambitious? Google's got you covered. After months of speculation and a not-so-subtle nod from Sundar Pichai at Mobile World Congress, the search giant's new mobile phone service -- Project Fi -- is finally official. Show More Summary
The gaming community was both surprised and intrigued when Valve Corp and HTC Corp announced their virtual reality partnership earlier this year during HTC’s Mobile World Congress presentation. The HTC Vive VR headset is set to challenge Oculus VR in … Continue reading ?
The LG Watch Urbane was one of the hotter wearables we got our hands on at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this year. And while we're still waiting on the Android Wear device to become available — and it sounds like that's...Show More Summary
Elbows in the ribs, jostling crowds, too few handsets. My first impressions of the Samsung Galaxy S6 at Mobile World Congress weren’t great. And even without the seething throng of the launch event, I’ve never really been bowled over by Samsung’s flagship smartphones. Show More Summary
As disclosed at Mobile World Congress, Samsung will pre-install OneNote, OneDrive and Skype on the new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge as part of their partnership with Microsoft. Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will also come with 100 GB of additional free cloud storage for two years through Microsoft OneDrive, allowing […]
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is the best new device at the Mobile World Congress a month ago, and there are a number of good reasons why.
After weeks of rumors, Huawei has made its Huawei P8 smartphone official by launching it in London. This was a relatively anticipated event because the brand did not launch new handsets at Mobile World Congress 2015, but focused on Wearable Tech during that event, with a number of cool devices, including [list here]. Show More Summary
The BlackBerry Leap, the company’s latest 4G LTE touchscreen device, was announced at Mobile World Congress last month. Now, it’s beginning to hit the stores. From today, BlackBerry fans in the UK can buy the Leap online from ShopBlackBerry and from carriers. Show More Summary
Nokia confirmed today it was in talks to buy Alcatel-Lucent and the underlying reason just might be the latter’s 5G patent stash. When I was at Mobile World Congress last month, there were several hot topics, but near the top of the list was 5G, that slippery notion of super fast mobile networks. Show More Summary
Google said last month that it plans to build a small wireless service that would allow it to function sort of like Verizon, AT&T, or any other carrier. Google's Sundar Pichai said at Mobile World Congress that the company would make its own wireless service "at a small scale" after The Information's Amir Efrati initially reported Google's plans. Show More Summary
At Mobile World Congress, the Internet of Things (IoT) and those promoting that sort of thing came out of the woodwork. In fact, these types of companies are likely causing Mobile World Congress to change from a show dedicated to the mobile telecom industry, to a show dedicated to anything mobile. Show More Summary
Microsoft announced the mid-range Lumia 640 and 640XL at Mobile World Congress, and today it’s announced local availability and pricing details. More »
For several months now, there have been rumors surrounding the upcoming Huawei P8 smartphone, which missed the Mobile World Congress event last month.
The Lumia 640 isn't the only new Windows Phone Microsoft is putting to market right now. It has a bigger brother in the Lumia 640 XL. Both were introduced at Mobile World Congress in March and the XL stands for exactly what you think it does. At 5.7-inches, this is a pretty big Windows Phone.
Alcatel will begin accepting pre-orders of the 5.5-inch Idol 3 on April 21, with a special price of $249. Back at Mobile World Congress we got our first look at the upcoming Idol 3 series devices from Alcatel. Starting April 21, Alcatel will be accepting pre-orders for the 5.5-inch device, which will begin shipping in May.
The Lumia 640 is now on sale in various markets around the world, with the latest to include the UK and other European locations as well as India. We first saw Microsoft's newest mid-ranger at Mobile World Congress at the beginning of March and though the time spent with it was brief, it left us impressed. Now, we've got our own in for a more detailed look. So let's get into it.
Sony may have let the Consumer Electronics Show and Mobile World Congress pass, but it does not mean it is giving up on its Android flagship lineup.