Mobile World Congress starts next week in Barcelona. The largest wireless party on the planet, MWC is famous for showcasing new smartphones and wearables that you'll actually be able to buy.
Mobile World Congress 2015
There are leaks and teases aplenty ahead of Mobile World Congress 2015, while Google Wallet is looking to make a comeback and Pebble's latest smartwatch, Time, is out now on Kickstarter.
We explain the world's biggest smartphone show, and what it means for you.
Several new flagship smartphones and smart watches will make their debut at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. CNET's Sumi Das and Jessica Dolcourt have the inside scoop on what companies like Samsung, LG and Microsoft will likely unveil.
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Mobile World Congress in Barcelona showcases the best and latest smartphones and other everyday devices you're going to want this year.
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