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The Xperia Touch has built-in speakers and can project against both a horizontal and vertical surface with a screen of up to 80 inches.
The Nokia 3310 will have 22 hours talk time, 10 times more than the original.
Samsung will reveal its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8, at an event on March 29, the company said on Sunday.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona HMD Global took the wraps off the Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3.
As Samsung unveiled its latest devices at MWC, trouble with its discontinued Note 7 came back to haunt it.
A new BlackBerry device that runs Google's Android mobile operating system and has a physical keyboard was launched on Saturday.
The Huawei P10 comes in two variants - the regular 5.1 inch P10, and the 5.5 inch P10 Plus.
The LG G6 has a 5.7 inch display with the screen taking up just over 80 percent of the front of the phone.
Huawei emphasized the fitness aspects of the Watch 2 with apps to help guide your exercise and training sessions.
The Nokia 3310 is rumored to be making a comeback so CNBC conducted a poll of phones people wish would make a return.
Kim Dotcom's legal team said the rest of the charges against him should be dropped.
Mark Cuban's views on basic income puts him in stark contrast to the growing chorus of major technology CEOs who back such a policy.
It's 2067 and robots have wiped out millions of jobs, AI is rampant, and governments are paying your wages.
Automation will lead to unemployment and the world needs to prepare for it, business mogul Mark Cuban urged on Monday.
Unearth exciting immersive possibilities and escape into the virtual world of entertainment with Inception VR.
Google and Microsoft's Bing will demote U.K. search results of copyright infringing websites, the companies said on Monday.
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