Our editors bring you complete Mobile World Congress 2013 coverage and scour the show for the hottest new phones, tablets, apps and accessories.
Certainly the most boldly styled smartwatch to hit the market, the I'm Watch also runs Android plus tailor-made apps.
We take a look at what life is like behind the scenes at the world's biggest dedicated mobile tech show.
Want a phone screen that really won't break? Make it out of tougher stuff than glass.
Displays made from the second-hardest compound on Earth would be extremely hard to scratch or break. CNET checks out a sapphire screen prototype.
Ubuntu Touch, Firefox OS, and Tizen have been unveiled at MWC as Android challengers -- but the mobile industry is backing the wrong horses.
Our team judges Canonical's new mobile OS to be the most exciting thing at Mobile World Congress, with Mozilla's software as runner-up.
Just because Samsung is giving the Galaxy S4 its own unveiling in March, doesn't mean it doesn't have a whole bunch of gear to show off at MWC.
Samsung has a raft of new tech to play with at this year's Mobile World Congress. We take a look through the range.
We spotted a Google employee wearing Google Glass at MWC, checking out Ubuntu Touch on the Google Nexus 4 -- and creeping us out with his recording light.
Firefox OS and Tizen won a lot of deserved attention at Mobile World Congress, but they won't mean much to Android. At least not yet.
The annual wireless confab in Spain delivered more than just phones and tablets, it also brought us just about every kind of wireless gizmo and technology that you can imagine. Join CNET for a video of the highlights.
The annual conference yields plenty of new Android products, but what do they have in common?