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 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.
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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