Complete Mobile World Congress 2012 coverage from Barcelona, including new phones, tablets, apps and
CNET editors' favorite speakers.
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The feature is designed to help you access your LG phone through your own customized series of taps.
Users of the world's largest social network can now find out who is around them. After spending billions on acquisitions and developing other apps, it's also a return to Facebook focusing on, well, Facebook.
Though designed for mid-range handsets, the Mediatek MT6595 flaunts eight CPU cores, 4G LTE, plus many more mobile bells and whistles.
Nostalgic for that Nextel push-to-talk capability? Sprint brings the feature back through a free app that works with select Android phones, including the Samsung Galaxy S4 and LG G2.
While the SoundLink Bluetooth Mobile Speaker II may no longer be in a class by itself, it's still near the top of the portable Bluetooth speaker category.
LG is making it possible to wake up any of its smart phones just by double-tapping the screen. Power button, begone!
The social magazine app has broadened its commerce ambitions with a new catalog section, letting users and brands alike curate products with price tags and purchase links.
Big players like Samsung and Nokia aren't the only ones to bring new smartphones to Mobile World Congress, you also see some surprising handsets from companies that you've probably never heard of. Check them out here.
The iLuv iSP245 Mo'Beats Bluetooth mobile speaker stand boosts the volume of your iPad audio, but it doesn't sound as good as it looks.