Xiaomi took to the stage at MWC for the first time and announced their flagship Mi5, arriving in three flavors, all feature a Snapdragon 820, with 4 GB RAM and 128 GB storage for the range topper.
Back in March, BlackBerry's handset boss Ron Louks surprised the audience by whipping out an unannounced, large-screen phone that featured a dual curved screen and a slideout keyboard.
The new BlackBerry Leap smartphone is now available in the UK on pay monthly contracts from £22 per month from Vodafone or £199.99 SIM free and unlocked direct from BlackBerry.
Korean electronics giant, Samsung, has announced new Animal Edition battery packs which will feature images of endangered animals to create awareness among people while they recharge on the go.
A top executive at a leading mobile carrier in Europe says that Samsung has received 20 million pre-orders for its Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge which is far better than the previous Galaxy models.
From Office for Mac and the Snapdragon 820, to Universal Apps, big balloons, Spartan screenshots, ageing selfies, and groovy giveaways, enjoy a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Valve programmer Jeep Barnett says that a lot of game franchises are being tested with the company's new headset developed in collaboration with HTC, one of these includes Half Life.
Samsung has a productivity and security suite for Android devices called Knox and the company has announced that they will be including Office 365 in this suite of services.
Earlier this week, HTC announced its new flagship, the One M9. That handset is the main focus of the company's stand at Mobile World Congress this week, as our image gallery reveals.
To increase the adoption of its cloud services and increase sales of mobile devices, Microsoft has announced a strategic partnership with German carrier Deutsche Telekom.
From its latest curved smartphone, to smart kitchens, smart mirrors, smart cars and even smart shoes, LG has crammed plenty of cool stuff onto its stand at MWC - check out our full image gallery.
Sony is one of the many leading tech brands showing off its latest and greatest products at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, and we took a look around the company's show stand.
Like many leading tech firms, Microsoft has a huge stand at Mobile World Congress. But what does it use all that space for, where did the hot air balloon come from, and why is there so much dancing?
Lenovo has launched a new premium device with an octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor, 3GB of RAM and a whole range of photography-focused features. We went hands-on with the company's new Vibe Shot.
Microsoft's director of phone marketing, Neil Broadley, confirms the news that a flagship Lumia device will not be available until Windows 10 is ready for launch.
SanDisk sets yet another record for microSD storage with the unveiling of its latest Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card, which will allow you to store up to 200GB of data.
Microsoft officials at the Mobile World Congress 2015 offered more insights on the Universal App Platform, which will offer developers an easy way to create apps for all devices and inputs.
On Sunday, Acer announced its first Windows Phone for four years - and like so many others, the device is targeting the low end of the market. But does the new Liquid M220 actually seem any good?
This week has started off with a bang thanks to Mobile World Congress and now that HTC, Samsung and Microsoft have made a few waves, Google has announced that they will launch a wireless service.
HTC's new flagship handset, the One M9, has attracted some criticism for being a mild evolution of its predecessor. But we had some hands-on time with the One M9 today, and came away rather impressed.
Microsoft announced two new additions to its smartphone range today - the Lumia 640 and 640 XL - and we had some hands-on time with both of them, which included some intriguing OS observations.
The new Snapdragon 810 chips may just be hitting the market now, but Qualcomm is already talking about its future generation of chips and the features they'll bring to our handsets next year.
Although it's been a couple months since we last saw Office for Windows 10, it looks like Microsoft has been quite busy updating their upcoming productivity software with new features.
Microsoft has showed off the multi-platform universal Bing Maps app in their MWC 2015 conference, showing how searches are saved and synced across different devices.
Microsoft has just formally announced the Lumia 640 and 640 XL at their Mobile World Conference 2015 presentation. The smartphones are not exactly high-end, but the specs are pretty interesting.
Microsoft's press conference at MWC 2015 is set to begin at 8:30am CET (1 March 11:30pm PST). For those interested in the event, you can stream the event live right here on Neowin!
While most of us have our eyes on the MWC live steams, Chinese factories are already producing cases and accessories for the new devices literally as they're being demoed in the presentations.
Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S6 today, plus an 'Edge' variant of its new flagship featuring a display that curves around two edges of the handset - and we had some hands-on time with both devices.
Huawei has unveiled its first Android Wear product, the Huawei Watch. The circular watch could possibly be the most attractive Android device to be released thus far.
After numerous teasers and leaks in the past few weeks, the Samsung Galaxy S6 has finally arrived at the company's annual Galaxy Unpacked event, ahead of Mobile World Congress.
HTC has unveiled its latest accessory, the HTC Grip. The new fitness band will be partnered with an Under Armour app that will track workouts, sleep, and connect to social networks.
HTC has announced the One M9 at the 2015 Mobile World Congress with an evolutionary design, upgraded internals and an expected launch in major markets in the coming weeks.
Neowin is in Barcelona this week to bring you coverage on cool new products, exciting innovations and emerging trends from across the mobile industry, at the Mobile World Congress 2015 expo.
Though we know pretty much everything there is to know about HTC's new flagship, the One M9, folks can still follow along live and enjoy the show. And who knows there might be some surprises too.
Apparently, Microsoft's website has accidentally revealed two new devices, the Microsoft Lumia 640 and 640 XL, possible successors to the Nokia X and XL. The page has now been pulled.
The HTC One M9 is already listed at BestBuy, which also lists its specs and pricing of the gunmetal grey 32GB variant. Many of the rumors that surfaced about the handset have been proven true.
At Mobile World Congress 2015 today, Acer has finally revealed its first Windows Phone device in four years. Running Windows Phone 8.1, the Liquid M220 is also upgradable to Windows 10 for Phones.
Microsoft will be live-streaming it's MWC keynote on March 2, Neowin will be there to cover the event live as it unfolds. A couple mid-range devices may be unveiled at the press-event as well.
Microsoft has confirmed that it will be at the Mobile World Congress trade expo next month, with a press conference scheduled for Monday, March 2, at which it will unveil new additions to its range.
It's been just over a month since the launch of Sony's Xperia Z3 flagship lineup of smartphones and tablets, but the alleged Z4 hardware specifications have already leaked.