World Cup 2014 begins on Thursday, June 12.
Even as Mobile World Congress begins to draw to a close, there's still plenty of news and new gadgets to see at the world's largest wireless party. CNET brings you the most important stories of day 3.
All the latest from Barcelona for your phone-loving convenience, rounded up in one handy digest.
The 10.2.1 update to the Blackberry OS will support native Android apps.
Buy a new Moto X or Moto G phone, send Motorola your old phone, and you'll receive a Visa prepaid card in return.
The game provides the same propulsion that gamers have come to expect from the franchise, but this time around, female protagonists star.
The palmtop has gone away, but some people could still use an integrated pocketable typing device.
One trend defines the last few years of smartphone tech -- a rapid increase in size. Adventures in Tech takes a laser-focused look at the device that kicked off the big-screen revolution.
FinSpy spyware can hack its way into Android, BlackBerry, and older versions of Windows Phone but can't touch iOS unless the device is jailbroken, according to a leaked report from Gamma Group.
BlackBerry's acquisition of German software firm Secusmart aims to secure voice and data and put better mobile security in every president and chancellor's hand.
In buying Nokia's phone division, Microsoft has suddenly taken on a role it's never played before: being a phone-maker. As a hardware and OS challenger to Android and iOS devices, there's much at stake as Redmond roars ahead.