In Taipei, a group of young design enthusiasts have kitted out a bike with a computer and 3D printer to turn plastic waste into something useful -- and fun.
Natasha Lomas goes hands-on with the characterful, colourful Sony Xperia U at Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona.
Three is the first UK network to call the dashing HTC ChaCha to its dancefloor -- it's available free on £20 per month contracts and pay as you go.
New iPhone applications that used to run illegitimately on jailbroken devices are more polished and useful than many of the newcomers.
Twitter meets geo-location with Twinkle.
With a Google+ auto-awesome movie and a special Facebook page, social media powers try to give you a hand with your holiday communications. It's a nice idea, but lacks a certain personal touch.
Industry watchers reckon the next iPhone will finally give in to the trend for bigger phones and expand to a 5-inch screen.
Remember the early days of mobile phone cameras? Re-create those heady times with this Windows Phone app that purposely makes your shots look awful.
Fingernails embedded with RFID tags? Computer scientist Katia Vega creates Beauty Technology, a range of cosmetics and accessories that conduct electricity and control devices.