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Look at this guy, with his sturdy Otterbox case. What a hero. From cases that clean your phone to phones you control with your eyes, check out the coolest gadgets being shown off on the eve of Mobile World Congress 2014.
LostNfound is a GPS watch to look out for your favourite senior, which sends you a message if they wander off or fall down.
You can play more than mind games with the Mad Catz CTRL games controller.
The new McAfee Android antivirus app protects your phone from malware, and it's going to be built into all LG devices later this year.
The Artificial Solutions personal assistant is like somewhere between Siri and Scarlett Johansson in "Her".
Toca Boca makes apps for kids like Pet Doctor that are gender-neutral, with no language so kids can play them all over the world -- and with no highs scores or achievements. They've un-gamified games!
Witness the fitness with the Plantronics BackBeat Fit headphones.
This Energizer battery doubles as a phone stand.
The Emporia Smart is a smart phone designed with older folk in mind.
That isn't a screen -- it's a window showing you the AA battery powering this waterproof SpareOne phone.
The wacky guys in wacky ties from Vexia show off the Intel-powered Zippers Tab range of slates.
Whatta lotta bottle these Otterbox cases have.
Set the mood from an app on your phone or tablet with the chameleonic BeeWi Color Light.
Bend and flex and bend and flex and relax with the BlueAnt Pump sports headphones.
Say yes to Yezz. The Miami-based company plans to show off several new phones at the trade show.
Witnezz the power of the eight-core Yezz Andy A5QP.
Yezz we can! This is the handy Andy A4M from Yezz.
All eyes are on EyeVerify, which unlocks your phones by reading the unique patterns of veins in your eye -- like a fingerprint.
Me-oh my, it's the wrist-worn Mio Link sports band.
All the cool kids make apps these days. Build your own apps, like this one, with AppMachine software.
Reticare is a screen protector -- but it's not protecting the screen from dirt, it's protecting your eyes from the damaging light coming out of your phone.
Someone should tell these AvantGarde Acoustics Zero 1 speakers that size isn't everything.
Garmin's sat nav app for Sony's smartwatch helps you find your way without having to pull your phone from your pocket every hundred yards.
The Magellan Echo sports watch helps you keep fit.
Soup up your snaps with the Olloclip, a camera lens that fits on your iPhone or iPad.
NueVue cases are lined with microfibers to clean your screen.
The VBox streams televisual delights to other devices, including laptops, tablets, phones, and smart TVs.
The eyes have it: Eye Tribe lets you control your phone with your peepers.