We have seen the future and it includes an iris-scanning smartphone and luggage that can weigh itself. Check out the rest of the impressive tech from day two of Mobile World Congress 2015.
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With its big-screened iPhone 6 lineup, Apple jumped past Samsung to capture a 20.4 percent share of smartphone sales last quarter, says research firm Gartner.
There's a catch, but it's not what you think: This phone can be yours without any kind of contract.
You might not have realized that sprites are real, but this new photo taken at the Paranal Observatory in Chile proves otherwise -- sort of.
Don't worry about that whole Superfish thing; there's no Windows, and therefore no spyware, on this laptop.
Commentary: Manufacturers are finding ways to breathe life into their new products, proving that smartphones haven't run out of ideas.
Stop, collaborate and listen: 3M's universal iOS app lets you capture a wall of sticky notes, organize them and share them with your collaborators.
Go retro without giving up modern technology with the Prynt case on Kickstarter. It's a Polaroid for digital times.
Razer's Hacker Dev Kit reaches version 1.1, and adds new tools for tinkerers.
RoomAlive seems like a really fun idea, but there are some limitations. We're curious: would you rather use something that transforms an entire room like RoomAlive, or strap on an Oculus headset and experience a virtual reality version?