We get our hands on Sony's new SmartBand tracker which it envisions as mush more than your average pedometer.
Sony's wearable tech wants to create a Life Log using your information. We strap it to our wrists for a hands-on video
As well as Sony's SmartBand, today at MWC saw Motorola reveal it'll release a smart watch later this year.
Sony thinks step counting is so pedestrian. Its new SmartBand is no mere pedometer but rather a complete life-logging solution able to keep tabs on where you go, what you do, and who you're with.
Sony's SmartBand goes on sale in March, with a special World Cup version to follow.
Those hunting for an alternative Android flagship in the island state can now check out Sony's 5.2-inch smartphone.
Sony introduced a boatload of gadgets at the company's Mobile World Congress press conference, including two fully waterproof devices. Check out our roundup here.
While going through its monster list of gadgets, Sony slips in its latest attempt at wearable tech, a fitness tracker.
Sony's Lifelog and the Narrative Clip are designed to track and snap every minute of your life. Also, if you want a tracker for your dog's life, give them a Whistle.
At Mobile World Congress, Samsung debuts the Galaxy S5 with fingerprint and heart-rate sensors, Gear 2 smartwatches, and the health-focused Gear Fit. But Samsung's not the only one this week showing off smarter wristbands.