Mobile World Congress 2015 was chock full of cool new gadgets and the CNET TV team was on the scene in Barcelona getting hands-on coverage of the latest and greatest tech. Samsung strutted a fresh pair of flagship phones, wearables made a fashionable appearance, and cutting-edge VR headsets MWC 2015.. If you missed any of it, check out the top 11 CNET TV videos as ranked by number of streams and, if you can't get enough, peep more from
Samsung stole the show at the beginning of the week with the announcement of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. In a turn toward a more high-end look, the duo sport a sleek metal and glass construction.
Samsung introduced a new variation -- the S6 Edge -- to its vast galaxy of gadgets. It's similar to the S6, but with captivating curved screen.
It was only a matter of time for Samsung to introduce its response toCreatively called Samsung Pay, the mobile payment technology not only utilizes near-field communications (NFC), it can also use a traditional card swipe reader.
One of the best things about the HTC One M9's predecessor was its design. The new model inherits the good looks and features a few upgrades.
Speaking of predecessors, we take a look at how the Samsung Galaxy S phones have changed in design throughout the years.
The Blackphone+ tablet takes security seriously. If you're a secret agent spy, you'll definitely want to pick up this slate.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is a high-end looker with the specs to back it. Get to know the new kid on the block a little better in this video.
8. Samsung Galaxy S6 was an expected release with an unexpected design change
Say goodbye to the plastic builds of previous flagship Samsung phones. The Galaxy S6 ushers in a new era of premium design. Here's a look at the most important details from the big reveal.
VR technology is excitingly developing and the HTC Vive is a great example. Scott Stein was happily impressed with his experience when taking it for a spin.
The steel model of the Pebble Time smartwatch finally popped up and it looks just as we expected. (That doesn't mean we're not happy with the result.)
If there was an award for best dressed, the Huawi Watch would be a finalist -- at least. Pricing and availability have yet to be announced for the stunning smartwatch, but we're expecting it to be as expensive as it looks.
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