February 28, 2013
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The wonderful weird side of mobile's cutting edge
From Wi-Fi coffee makers to GPS-enabled canes, Mobile World Congress 2013 gave companies a chance to tout the offbeat side of mobile tech.
Karyne Levy Senior copy editor
Ubuntu Touch beats Firefox OS to win best of MWC
Our team judges Canonical's new mobile OS to be the most exciting thing at Mobile World Congress, with Mozilla's software as runner-up.
Why you should wait for the Samsung Galaxy S4
Is the Samsung Galaxy S4 a device worth waiting for, even if you already have your eye on the Galaxy S3?
Touchless touch screen gives you control without contact
Goodbye, smudges! New tech from STMicroelectronics lets you control your phone or tablet without actually touching the display.
Tim Cook doesn't like Apple's falling share price, either
During Apple's annual shareholder meeting, CEO Cook says the company is focused on the long term and making the best products it can.
Adobe squeezes Photoshop down to phone size
Adobe brings its flagship photo editor down another screen size with Photoshop Touch for phones, now for Android and iOS.
The year's biggest smartphone event
The best in touch-screen racing
Ep. 1216: Where we 3D print our way out of the friendzone
Take a Leap in May with motion control
How the Copyright Alert System works
Ep. 1215: Where we stand up to stereotypes
iFixit outs tablet repairability list; Surface Pro in last place
iCloud nearly back to normal after early morning outage
U.K. court forces ISPs to block three torrent sites
Rep. Eshoo on House's student app competition (podcast)
Playfish co-founder leaves EA to go back to startups
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