Mobile World Congress isn't just for smartphones and basic Bluetooth. It's also a place for showing off Wi-Fi coffee makers, recyclable SIM card holders, and smart power plugs.
There were a few superphones here at Mobile World Congress, but for the most part, it was budget-friendly fare that hogged the spotlight.
Mobile World Congress is under way in Barcelona, Spain. As the biggest wireless trade show of the year, it always delivers a gallery of new phones. Here's tour of what CNET has seen so far.
CNET takes a look at the tablets being unveiled in Barcelona, Spain.
Mostly Android (and a Windows tablet or two), the tablet offerings in Barcelona, Spain, are out in force.
Though it launched last September, the Windows 8 V98 makes its way to MWC with a 10.1-inch screen.
Mobile World Congress 2013 got underway yesterday in sunny Barcelona, and already a whole bunch of goodies have been unveiled.
What is the "metallic miracle" that Asus is bringing to Mobile World Congress? Join CNET's live blog on Monday at 4:30 a.m. PT to find out.
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