According to the California company, this new 128GB microSD card means that, "Consumers can now store 16 hours of Full HD video, 7,500 songs, 3,200 photos and more than 125 apps, all on a single removable card."
In what is really a surprise based on the hype and buildup Samsung had attracted, LG was named the Most Innovative Device Manufacturer of the Year at Mobile World Congress.
It is clear that the new Galaxy S5 and the new Samsung's new wearables are incredibly unique and feature-rich. That said, many of the lower-level functions can be achieved with your current smartphone.
A few days ago, we told you all about the new Samsung Galaxy S5. However, if you are just a casual observer, that article wont do you much good - aside from the pictures. However, Samsung just released an infographic that details how the Galaxy S has changed through the 5 iterations.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this actually fascinated me. Perhaps it's because I'm an audio junkie or perhaps because I'm a wireless junkie or perhaps both. I've kind of always wondered how companies like Samsung, HTC, LG, Lenovo, Sony and all of the others can make claims about their background noise on calls, or [...]
This funky contraption is the oddly named I'm Tracer. The device is brought to us from the creators of the I'm Watch. Essentially, the I'm Tracer acts as a GPS tracker. The devices puts off a traceable signal, that allows for its quick and easy locating through a companion app.
Among the releases at this years Mobile World Congress, the Blackphone was officially released for pre-orders. The Blackphone, made by SGP Technologies - a joint venture of Silent Circle and Geeksphone - is dubbed as "the world’s first smartphone which places privacy and control directly in the hands of its users."
To some, Motorola had a mildly uneventful press conference at Mobile World Congress. We all knew with the pending sale of the company to Lenovo, they weren't going to be releasing any earth shattering new smart devices, at least not yet. What the company did reveal was that we can expect the next generation of [...]
On February 25, 2014, at Mobile World Congress BlackBerry announced two new devices. The first, the BlackBerry Z3 (pictured above) will be exclusive to Indonesia for some reason. The second device, BlackBerry Q20 will feature the company's physical QWERTY keyboard, as well as the "‘Menu’, ‘Back’, ‘Send’ and ‘End’ buttons and the integrated trackpad to enable the fast efficient navigation and one-handed use that has endeared the brand to its QWERTY customers."
On Tuesday February 25, 2014, we caught wind of a unique new tablet being displayed at MWC from Fujitsu - a Japanese IT and hardware company. This new tablet simulates smooth and rough textures directly on the touchscreen.