The Alcatel A5 LED features one back panel with colorful lights that can alert you to notifications. And if you don't like that, just swap in something else.
With a vibrant array of Pantone certified colors, a nifty fingerprint sensor and dual rear cameras, the P10 is an intriguing next step for Huawei. Too bad it won't be available in the US.
The Huawei Watch 2 is a slick Android Wear 2.0 device with a nifty battery saving mode, but it won't offer built-in 4G LTE -- at least, not in its U.S. version.
The voice-powered assistant is one of many add-ons Motorola plains to make available for its modular smartphone lineup this year. Other additions include a game controller and a power pack.
The $229 Moto G5 Plus packs in premium features including a camera with dual autofocus pixels in a phone that won't break too many budgets.
From the LG G6 and other new flagship phones to new developments in AI and 5G, this is what's on tap for MWC 2017.
Faster autofocus and water resistance are just two ways Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge put pressure on Apple's iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
Samsung packs a lot of features into the new Galaxy S7 line. Here what's improved from last year's S6, and what's come back from 2014's S5.
Samsung's Shoneel Kolhatkar explains how the Galaxy S7's new dual-pixel camera will help you take better pictures, especially in low light.
At MWC 2016, one of Freetel's two new phones showed up with a physical feature-phone keypad and not one, but two 4-inch screens.
At MWC 2016, startup Bagel Labs demoed an innovative smart tape measure thats adds new tricks to a device found in almost every toolbox.
We dove head-first into Mobile World Congress 2016 to find the best products at the show, including the top smartphones, accessories, wearables and virtual reality devices.
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.
AT&T and Intel are testing ways to add LTE data transfers to drones, so operators need not have a line of site.
Keezel's $99 Portable VPB Hub promises to open up the Internet securely and safely by with its tiny teardrop-shaped device.
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.
The Cat S60 is here to solve rugged device user's woes with an attractive military tough handset that includes a thermal camera for spotting leaks or hidden critters.
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
HTC launched its first fitness tracker, the Grip, at Mobile World Congress, but how does it stack up against some of the toughest competition?
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.
Mad Catz' Surfr is a $60 Bluetooth remote that offers both dedicated gaming controls and a full QWERTY keyboard for navigating media and apps.
Both Samsung and HTC have jam-packed their new devices with top-of-the-line hardware and cutting-edge software. Which should you choose?