Intel faces an uphill battle to break Qualcomm's grip on the smartphone modem market - but they're not too worried about it.
Ever since it was first hyped at last year's IFA, I've been on a quest to get my hands on Nubia's Alpha smartwatch-smartphone hybrid. I tried and failed at CES but at this year's Mobile World Congress,I finally got my wish.
Hot on the trails of tech giants like Samsung and Huawei, Energizer is looking to cash in on the foldable phone trend with a device of their own.
Huawei brought their first foldable smartphone to play at its MWC 2019 press conference.
Telstra has elaborated on its CES 2019 tease, revealing that the telco's local 5G offering will include the LG V50 ThinQ and Oppo's first 5G smartphone.
We went hands-on with Oppo's prototype 10x lossless zoom smartphone camera. Here's a look at what we saw.
MWC 2019: Sony's next four smartphones just got leaked (but they're probably not coming to Australia)
Ahead of their official reveal at this year's Mobile World Congress, Sony Mobile's 2019 lineup has been leaked in its entirety.
D-Link has previewed its latest range of devices and services for smart homes, smart cities and smart businesses at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
NEC Australia have demonstrated new biometric, 5G and AI-driven technologies that are expected to be incorporated into the company’s existing Smart Cities initiative at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
Sony have announced two new additions to their Xperia smartphone endeavors in the form of the Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact.
While last year’s Galaxy S8 demanded its own New York debut, MWC has always been a major venue for Samsung. The Galaxy S2, S5, S6 and S7 all made their first public appearances at Mobile World Congress.
Following on from a teaser at this year’s CES, Alcatel have moved to formally detail their 2018 smartphone portfolio at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
Ahead of this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Intel has confirmed expected plans to collaborate with Dell, HP and Lenovo on the first wave of 5G-enabled PCs.
If there's one thing almost every smartphone user wants, it's longer battery life.
A broad range of companies at Mobile World Congress this week have teamed up to improve smartphone security and offer better software integration for Internet-of-things deployments.
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