Mobile World Congress

Home IKEA's Store Of The Future Showcases The Possibilities Of AR Retail

The home retailer created a demo store with Accenture that shows how AR could be used to display more products in stores with small footprints

Advertising Wacky, Yet Brilliant, Concepts for Google's Modular Phone

A collection of fantastical ideas from Yezz put us into anticipation mode for Google's Project Ara

Innovation Oral-B Smart Mirror Encourages Better Brushing Through Storytelling

Form better teeth-cleaning techniques using technology developed by hygiene giant's call to third party developers

Technology Ford Caters to Changing Mobility Needs with Electric Bikes

Ford's concept e-bikes want to make cyclists’ lives safer on the inter-connected road

Design Samsung Playfully Hints at an Airborne Camera Phone

Samsung joins the Galaxy S6 rumor mill fun by spinning its own concept rumors

Luxury Luxury Fashion and High-Tech Unite in Full-Metal Android Wear Device

The all-metal luxury LG Watch Urbane is designed for both men and women

Syndicated Samsung's New Galaxy Phone Puts Fitness At The Forefront

Samsung’s going all in on health with a built-in heart rate sensor and fingerprint reader on its new S5 smartphone model.

Work Phone Collects Coupons Through NFC-Enabled TV Screen

New dynamic screen enables access to product information and discounts through displays.

Innovation Virtual Keyboard For Mobile Devices Has Users Type On Air

At the MWC, the company showed off a prototype that tracks finger movements to enable users to type on any surface.

Advertising What Is The Future Of The Handset?

As the technology levels out, the competition for best user interface is becoming out the feel of the device in the users hand and its stylish look.

Design Dedicated Facebook Button Comes To Select Android Phones [Pic]

Yesterday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, HTC revealed an interesting new feature on their ChaCha and Salsa handsets.

Home Bug Labs Unveils The BUG 2.0 Platform, Support For Android Development

Bug Labs has unveiled its next-generation platform today, the BUG 2.0, supporting Android development and full BeagleBoard capability.