The latest flagship form Xiaomi sports a curved design that looks a lot like Samsung's top-of-the-line phones and Qualcomm's powerful Snapdragon 820 processor.
Acer's new Liquid Jade 2 smartphone brings serious sound and a super sharp camera in a handsome frame. We go hands-on.
Keezel's $99 Portable VPB Hub promises to open up the Internet securely and safely by with its tiny teardrop-shaped device.
At the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya in Barcelona, Google's Project Tango opened my eyes to the power of AR while teaching me about art.
The latest version of Oral-B's Bluetooth-connected toothbrush adds a motion sensor to the handle and uses video recognition on your phone's camera to figure out where you're not brushing enough.
Coming this summer, the Xperia Z offers predictive hybrid autofocus technology which could make blurry photos a thing of the past.
At MWC 2016, Alcatel doubled down on its commitment to making value-packed devices by launching its affordable line of Pop 4 phones.
With its high-res quality and compact design, the Samsung Gear 360 could make taking VR selfies the next big thing.
With HP's Elite x3 smartphone, another major company is hopping on the Windows 10 bandwagon, but will it be enough to turn the tide for Microsoft's mobile OS?
With the Idol 4, Alcatel is pushing the limits of mid-ranged even higher featuring two very premium-feeling featuring an all-new Boom key.
Mobile fingerprint readers like the iPhone's are easy to fool, but a new type of print scanner boosts security with high-res images.
Audience's NUE N100 chip knows when your phone is on a table, in a pocket, on a train, in a car or in your hand and can change its functions accordingly.
The payment company is partnering with Pizza Hut to create a prototype car that can order and pay for takeout right from the driver's seat. Can waiters on roller skates be far behind?
A prototype Kyocera Torque phone has Wysips Crystal charging technology, which makes the screen a passive solar-charging cell.
BARCELONA -- "You can take the headset off now if you want," the product engineer told me. Of course, he was just being polite. My demo with the HTC Vive was over and, instead of plumbing the depths of the ocean for wreckage or repairing robots in a mys
Runcible is a pocket watch-shaped smartphone that brings wearable-like simplicity to a full-on handset.
Huawei's newest smartwatch has basic Android Wear features and a traditional design with a sapphire, scratch-resistant display.
Prototype technology from augmented reality company Metaio uses heat sensors to react to your touches
Leia uses LCD screens to make 3D holographic images that are interactive -- without the need for 3D glasses.
At MWC 2015, Sony showcased new augmented reality apps for its SmartEyeglass wearable that enrich both work and play.
Fighting for restful nights everywhere, VVFly's intelligent earpiece uses voice and vibration to help you stop snoring.
Riding on the high of surpassing its Kickstarter goal for Pebble Time, the company announced its Pebble Time Steel smartwatch.
Your next smartphone could recognize your eyeballs and use your iris pattern rather than your fingerprint or a password to identify you.
The security-minded Blackphone 2 delivers better performance than its predecessor, while offering an updated OS with new privacy features.
The wireless Huawei Talkband N1 earbuds can track your steps, calories and distance, and they double as a music player.
Alcatel's One Touch Idol 3 sports a unique reversible design, handy audio features and an inviting $249 unlocked price tag.
Mad Catz' Surfr is a $60 Bluetooth remote that offers both dedicated gaming controls and a full QWERTY keyboard for navigating media and apps.
Starting at just 159 euros and coming to the U.S., the new Lumia 640 and 640XL have full HD screens, quad-core processors and colorful designs.
For just $199, this .37-pound projector provides stunning color images and 2.5 hours of battery life.
Targeting hardcore athletes, the HTC Grip activity tracker features a built-in GPS and smartphone notifications.
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