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Numerous vendors unveil wares at Mobile World Congress Americas that give users of mobile devices added functionality.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The iPhone X is getting all the attention, but Apple also introduced the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which might be better options for most business uses.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The idea is to counteract issues such as addiction to mobile devices by spotlighting the U.N.'s sustainability requirements being undertaken by mobile service operators.
The iPhone X starts at $999 and the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus prices start at $699 and $799. iPhone 7, 6s and SE models also remain in the lineup.
With its glass finish and Face ID technology, Apple's claims the iPhone X reflects the future of smartphone design.
On the eve of Apple's new iPhone launch event, Qualcomm publishes a list of "firsts" brought by the chip maker and Android smartphone OEMs.
The 2017 report offers data on mobile subscriber growth trends across developed and emerging markets, plus insight on device innovation beyond the smartphone, the evolution from 4G to 5G networks and other topics.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Apple will introduce three new iPhones on Sept. 12, one of which will be a significantly advance from previous versions of the iPhone and will cost significantly more.
A study by researcher Ookla found that Mobile service provider T-Mobile's network delivered fastest average download speed across the U.S. compared to the other three top mobile networks, AT&T, Sprint and Verizon.
Samsung's Galaxy Note8 is a premium phablet with the features to help Note7 users forget about the company's past mistakes. But will it deliver on promised reliability?
REVIEW: The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 makes an excellent first impression, helping users move on from its ill-fated predecessor.