Before CTIA 2012 officially starts, Kyocera unveils its waterproof, Android Ice Cream Sandwich device, the Kyocera Hydro.
Swiss company Empa has developed curtains that "swallow" noise. Their use could protect us from an endless supply of annoying sounds.
Just how eager are investors to bet on filtered office water coolers that don't use water jugs?
A poorer quarter and market pressures are squeezing many prepaid carriers, which could make their smartphone future less certain. Can they continue to compete against the bigwigs?
We take a look at the Tap King 'draught beer at home' system to see if it really can quench our thirst.
Motorola is stinking up Mobile World Congress with the worst name for a phone since the Krzr. It's not all bad though: the Quench is a touchscreen Android phone with Motoblur
Motorola announces its latest Google Android device at Mobile World Congress 2010, the Motorola Cliq XT, which will be coming to T-Mobile in March.
The Quench offers the Motoblur social-networking features we saw on the Dext but loses the keyboard. Can it slake our Android thirst?
We're not convinced that the cylindrical design of the phone, which doubles as a tube you can drink from, will win hearts, but the idea does sound fitting for a tropical island.
The Mophie Juice Pack is a hefty battery sleeve that offers to double the battery life of the iPhone. It will weigh down your handbag or manbag, but could be handy for trips away from the plug