Our editors bring you complete Mobile World Congress 2013 coverage and scour the show for the hottest new phones, tablets, apps and accessories.
As we approach the 2014 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, let CNET take you back to some of the hottest phones that previous shows have brought us.
Nokia's Lumia line continues to expand, bringing new specs and materials to Finland's smartphone efforts.
The Huawei Ascend P2 has a bold 4.7-inch screen and a good 13-megapixel camera, but it's not very powerful and too pricey.
The LG Optimus L5 II has modest specs that won't impress hardcore tech fans, but it does come with an affordable price tag.
The Nokia Lumia 520 packs some great Nokia apps, an excellent screen and a dual-core processor, all for very little of your cash.
The Nokia Lumia 720 is a decent, attractive Windows Phone 8 mobile, but its little brother the 620 is better value for money.
The Acer Liquid Z2 doesn't pack top-end specs, but its £90 price tag makes it a good choice for new smart phone converts.
Powermat's redesigned iPhone 5 wireless charging case made its first appearance at Mobile World Congress.
Marrying the broad reach of the Web with two narrow domains, members of the World Wide Web Consortium now have groups adapting Web technology for the automotive and publishing industries.
Phones that take two SIM cards were a small trend at Mobile World Congress. Here's why that's a good thing.
Ranging from watches that talk to smartphones wirelessly and measure heart rate, to wearable computers running Android, MWC 2013 was replete with devices blurring the line between man and machine.
This year at MWC 2013, technologies that bring humans and circuitry closer than they've ever been before were in ample supply.