The 2015 Mobile World Congress gets underway in Barcelona, Spain on March 2 and this year's show is expected to be all about big smartphones, wearables and digital payments
Phone makers will seek to seduce new buyers with even smarter Internet-connected watches and other wireless gadgets as they wrestle for dominance at the world's biggest mobile fair starting Monday.
Apple Watch will replace your car keys and its battery will last the whole day, Apple Inc's Chief Executive Tim Cook told the Telegraph in an interview.
Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm wants wireless carriers to set up new technology that would offer cellphone users better reception in places like subway tunnels and shopping malls.
Apple sent invitations Thursday for a mystery event due to take place March 9, amid speculation about an imminent launch of its much anticipated Apple Watch.
Google is reportedly preparing to unveil its new Chromebook Pixel .
Tech giant Apple has been ordered to pay USD 532.9 million in damages after a federal jury found it guilty of wilful patent infringement.
By the end of the decade as many as 55 million virtual reality and augmented reality headsets will be shipping annually -- and not just to video game obsessives either.
When smart devices stop looking like techy gadgets and more like fashion and lifestyle accessories they will finally go mainstream.
Forget the frightening androids of dystopian sci-fi, the future of robots is cute polar bears that can lift elderly people into and out of bed.
Microsoft is reportedly introducing the concept of wearable keyboards to its own Band hardware.
An Indian-origin scientist and his team are adapting accelerometers, Global Positioning System (GPS) chips, gyroscopes and other sensors to make smartphones that can read a user's mood, eliminate passwords, protect financial transactions and more.
Pebble's new Pebble Time smartwatch hit Kickstarter on February 24 and has already ticked past $8 million in donations.
Smartwatch company Pebble has gone back to the crowd-funding site where it made its name in order to fund the creation of its next watch, the Pebble Time.
Google Android dominated the global smartphone market in 2014, holding an 81.5 percent market share, with Apple's iOS second and no strong third player, market tracker IDC said Tuesday.