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Mobile World Congress: The Big Reveals of MWC 2015 (So Far)

Samsung, Microsoft, Sony and Google have all made a splash with big reveals at MWC 2015. Here are some of the highlights from the first day of the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona. More 

Galaxy S6 Edge Steals Spotlight From New Galaxy 6 and Samsung Pay

At Unpacked 2015, Samsung’s metal and glass Galaxy S6 was unveiled along with the curved screen Galaxy S6 Edge and Samsung Pay More 

BBRY: It’s Time for BlackBerry to Stop Selling Phones

BBRY has partnered with GOOG to provide security software for Android at Work. It's finally time for BBRY to exit the handset market. More 

Samsung Buys LoopPay to Outfit Galaxy S6 Against Apple Pay

Samsung bought LoopPay and if it shows up as a mobile payment system on the Galaxy S6, Apple Pay has less to worry about than Google Wallet. More 

Galaxy S6 Rumors: What to Expect From Samsung’s New Smartphone

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is the company’s most critical release in years and Galaxy S6 rumors point to an all-metal, curved screen beauty More 

Apple Virtual Reality Patent Approved After 6 Years

A six-year-old Apple patent application for a virtual reality headset was recently approved. Will your iPhone be the next VR headset? More 

Kickstarting the Smart Home: GE Turns Old Refrigerators Into Smart Devices

The smart home needs consumers onboard to become a reality, something GE Appliances kickstarting with a free upgrade for 20,000 lucky customers. More 

Galaxy Note 4 vs. iPhone 6 Plus: Which Is the Best Phablet?

Galaxy Note 4 beats the iPhone 6 Plus in most specs and usability, but Apple’s phablet is a looker and holds its own in real world use. More 

Tablet Sales Battered by Surging Phablets, Recovering PCs

With Kindle Fire tablet sales down nearly 70% and tablets booking their first-ever decline, Amazon's tablets are being hit hardest by phablets. More 

5 Biggest Failures From Big Tech Stocks

A smart wig? A bra that can read your moods? Here are five products from big tech stocks that are destined to fail, or that should never have been created in the first place. More