Complete Mobile World Congress 2012 coverage from Barcelona, including new phones, tablets, apps and
The living nightmare that is being surrounded by Nokia users when your BlackBerry is running out of battery is finally to be resolved thanks to new standards published by the European Commision.
Even when you've got your hands on your iPhone 4, you still needs a SIM -- but not just any SIM: you need a micro SIM. Read on for more SIMnanigans
iPhone 5 owners in Europe can use existing Micro-USB cables to power and sync their phones via the new adapter.
Find out how to trim your own micro-SIM card for use in phones that require this new format.
Cell phones are moving to standardize on Micro-USB, but it would be nice if more devices, including MP3 players, digital cameras, camcorders, and game consoles made the shift.
We get the worlds smallest dual-armature earphones firmly plugged into our ears and exhaust them in our ears-on test. Can these £129 micro-'phones cut it?
A European Parliament committee unanimously voted to require all phone makers to sell the same type of charger. While most companies already provide the standard Micro-USB connectors, Apple doesn't.
Manufacturers load on features to sell product--whatever it is--phones, coffee makers, micro-wave ovens, or A/V receivers. Here's the deep, dark ugly truth: the features don't have to be useful, or even work as intended--their mere presence serves as a sa
Don't want a card reader sticking out from the bottom of your handset? This one rides piggyback.
Nokia takes a look at the colorful iPhone 5C and sees, well, itself. It has to tweet what it sees. Then its UK arm decides to mock the gold 5S.