Mobile World Congress, the Barcelona-based technology show, is a platform used by many vendors to launch new flagship mobile devices. In MWC 2014, expect plenty of innovation in the smartphone and tablet form factors, plus a growing focus on wearable tech.
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The company launches a developer challenge to prime the app ecosystem pump for its Watson cognitive computing platform.
The latest addition to its QWERTY-less device range is aimed at helping it recover lost ground in one of its key markets.
One of Europe's biggest telcos plans to work with the hardware companies on getting its services onto their kit.
Developers can now get their hands on SDK kits for the Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Gear 2 and Gear Fit.
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Samsung didn't need revolutionary features to make its latest flagship a worthy choice for enterprise customers, road warriors -- and anyone who wants a device that will last a few years. Here are 10 reasons to consider the S5.
Samsung has sold over 25 million devices running Knox since October 2013, with more than one million active users on the BYOD-minded platform.
Android is still hot, Samsung is the Android trendsetter (but it's also looking sideways at Apple), Qualcomm shifts the focus onto 64-bit and adding more cores and Nokia forks Android.
After the wait and the anticipation, Samsung has produced... another Android smartphone. But you've read this article before, haven't you?
The KitKat-powered handset will be available later this year and will come with both a full HD AMOLED screen and an e-ink display.
Nokia shook up the technorati with the launch of a line of smartphones running a forked version of Android. With the Microsoft acquisition of Nokia looming, it's not likely these phones will be around long.