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Behind the scenes at the Galaxy S7 keynote, Samsung’s biggest event of the year
A head-to-head look at the LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7
Having spent some time with these hot new Android phones, we’ve already formed a few preliminary opinions on how they stack up.
Google's Android garden at MWC is a can't-miss for Android fans
Google didn't make any big Android announcements at MWC, but they did have some fun demos and delicious hot chocolate.
Google's Project Tango museum tour
Google demonstrates how Project Tango's precise indoor location can change your museum-going experience forever.
Samsung vs. LG: Dueling press conferences
If you spend hundreds of millions developing a new flagship phone, you better make its introduction something special!
Samsung's Gear 360 camera takes photos and videos that surround you
Samsung hopes to democratize VR content creation with an this affordable accessory.
HP sets sights on business users with Elite x3 smartphone
Computerworld Senior Editor Matt Hamblen goes into detail with HP's business-friendly Elite x3 smartphone.
Tracovino's smart sensors give winemakers an efficiency boost
Who knew that big data and networking could help you make better wine?
Atheer offers enterprise-focused smart glasses with gesture tracking
Meet Atheer, a startup that makes enterprise-focused smart glasses and is on the cusp of releasing its first commercial product.
Hands-on: Epson's new Moverio BT-300 smart glasses
Epson has leveled up its Moverio line of smart glasses with a new pair that boast better hardware and a new set of screens.
Cat S60 is the first smartphone with infrared imaging
The Cat S60 is a ruggedized 4G LTE Android handset that can survive a drop from 1.5 meters onto concrete and be taken up to 5 meters underwater, but its special feature is infrared imaging.
AT&T's vision for smart cities
CIO of mobility Glenn Lurie lays out AT&T's multipronged plans for interconnected cities.
Meet Sony's latest Android phones: The Xperia X, Xperia X Performance, and Xperia XA
Sony's trio of new Xperia phones offers something for everyone.
The durable Sandisk Extreme 510 SSD can survive hard drops and raindrops
You can carry 480GB of fast SSD storage in your pocket. The extra-tough packaging should survive even the klutziest owners.
Facebook plans Internet drone tests, says Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook will begin testing a solar-powered Internet drone called Aquila later in 2016, Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Panasonic's Nubo lets you take security monitoring outside or on the road
This portable security camera has its own SIM card so it can live without Wi-Fi, among other handy features.
Time out with Nextbit’s Tom Moss and Scott Croyle
Nextbit’s head honchos chat about the Robin’s design, why it eliminated the app drawer, and what’s next in the pipeline.
First look at Sony's half-baked concept devices
Only one of these devices is worth considering, but they wouldn't let us past the demo mode.
Aldebaran's robot, Pepper
Pepper, the humanoid robot, will soon make an appearance in U.S. businesses, its manufacturer says.
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