Google’s Stand Is the Best Thing at MWC (Plus: Review of an *Actual* Ice Cream Sandwich!)

There are many great stunts being pulled out of the bag by companies at MWC this year, from jugglers to free icecream, to the usual scantily-clad booth babes. But Google's nailed it yet again, with its giant Android slide; bedazzling Android robots, and tasty smoothies. I ran around the stand like a crazed fangirl, shooting everything in sight just for you guys. Read More >>

Mozilla Joins Forces With Telefonica to Launch Its New Mobile OS

We've known since last year that Mozilla has been working on an Android-based phone OS. But it's just announced at Mobile World Congress that it's teaming up with Telefonica to roll out devices by the end of 2012. Read More >>

Nokia: “Some People Think We’ve Gone Too Far”

Dreamt up in a hotel bar in Japan by a couple of Nokia execs, the Nokia 808 Pureview phone has completely stolen MWC with its 41-megapixel sensor. I grabbed some time with Nokia's lead programme manager for imaging, Damian Dinning, to chat about how it's "almost like [they've] just invented time travel, it's that extreme." Read More >>

Videos of LG’s Optimus 3D and Optimus 4X HD Show They’re Just as Beastly as You Imagined

It's an absolute scrum here at MWC this year, with the bulk of LG's phones having already been announced last week prior to the show kicking off. Nonetheless, our brothers at grabbed some time with both the Optimus 3D and Optimus 4X HD phones, which you can see below in crisp video form. Pow! Read More >>

Qualcomm’s New Tablet Processor Promises Face-Melting Mobile Graphics

Last week we told you about Qualcomm's new S4 Snapdragon processor, which promises lightning speeds and integrated LTE. But it is also offering a "Pro" version, specifically designed with performance graphics and hi-res display in mind. Read More >>

Nokia 808 Pure View Phone Has a 41-Megapixel Camera. FORTY-ONE ACTUAL MEGAPIXELS.

Forgive our capitals-explosion, but we're a little shocked right now. Nokia just announced a cameraphone with a 41-megapixel sensor. FORTY-ONE MEGAPIXELS. Naturally Nokia's sticking with Carl Zeiss lenses, but that 41-megapixel camera can shoot 7728 x 5354 photos in 16:9 format, or if you prefer 4:3, in 7152 x 5368. There's just one thing: It runs Symbian. Read More >>

Nokia Lumia 610 Is Windows Phone 7 On the Cheap

Thought the Lumia 710 was aimed at the shallower-pocketed amongst us? The Lumia 610 goes even further in bringing the price down, with Nokia itself saying it's for the "younger audience." Calling it "confident," with "generous curves," I was scratching my head waiting for Nokia to introduce Christina Hendricks to the stage instead. Alas... Read More >>

Panasonic’s Second Eluga, the Eluga Power, Has a Better Battery and Ice Cream Sandwich

It may not be Lumix-branded as we'd hoped, but Panasonic's second Eluga phone has a 5-inch 1280x720 HD screen so photos shot with the 8-megapixel camera should look crisp and bright. Theoretically. Inside, a dual-core 1.5GHz processor ticks away, powering the Ice Cream Sandwich flavour of Android. Read More >>

MWC 2012: All the Phones, All the Tablets, Right Here

Want to know what the next few months' phones and tablets will be popping up at your nearest store? They're right here, having just been announced at the annual MWC show in Barcelona. Slip on your sunnies and make a sangria, because some of them are scorchin'. Read More >>

Samsung Takes On the Wacom Art Tablets With 10.1-Inch Galaxy Note

Stealing features from the Galaxy Tab tablet and Note phone/tablet/whatever-it-is, the 10.1 inch Galaxy Note is aimed squarely at the creative types. Just like the rumours suggested, the Ice Cream Sandwich tablet comes with an S Pen stylus for sketching or jotting down notes, with the new marketing buzzword “S Note,” basically letting you fold your handwritten notes and drawings in with web content and other digital stuff, for creating recipes, diary entries, magazines and other such templates. Read More >>

HTC One S Hands-On: Really Solid, Really Fast

While the One X may be HTC's beast of a flagship device, the One S is not far behind. It's packing a new Snapdragon S4 processor into one of the most solidly built phones I've ever put my paws on. Read More >>

The HTC One X Hands-On: The Most Exciting Android Phone to Date

HTC's new flagship phone is an absolute monster. Quad-core 1.5GHz Tegra 3 processor, 4.7" 720p Super LCD2, 8MP f2.0 camera with its own image processor. I got to spend a little time with this thing, and it's the most excited I've been about a phone in a long time. Read More >>

HTC’s One X, One S and One V Are Crafted From Batshit-Crazy Space-Age Materials

Having already said it’s going to scale back the number of phones it releases from now on, HTC’s putting a lot of faith in its trio of MWC offerings, the One X, One S and One V. Running Ice Cream Sandwich and the folder-tastic latest version of the Sense UI, the quad and dual-core phones are HTC’s fastest (and sleekest) yet, with completely-overhauled cameras, and made from brand new materials last seen on racing cars and satellites. Satellites! Read More >>

Sony’s Xperia P and U Are the Budget Little Brothers to That Gorgeous Xperia S

Given Sony already torpedoed its Xperia S back at CES, you can aaaaalmost forgive the now-lacking-in-Ericsson company for its lacklustre MWC showings. New Sony boss Kaz Hirai took to the stage to intro the Xperia P and Xperia U phones, which, as rumoured, are both dual-core phones with 8 and 5-megapixel cameras between 'em. Read More >>

HTC’s One X and One S Phones Let Out of the Bag By Orange

Web-monkeys at Orange will be sporting slapped-looking wrists after today's blunder, which saw two of HTC's latest phones slip onto their site hours before HTC's due to announce them. By the looks of things, the One X will be a 4.7-inch phone with an 8-megapixel camera, and the One S will be a bit smaller, with a matching 8-megapixel camera. Read More >>