The main focus at the Mobile World Congress was on big names like Samsung, Sony and Nokia but smaller and lesser known brands also made a splash.
Samsung's "Unpacked" event in Barcelona has delivered not only the new Galaxy S5 and Gear products, but also the promise of a new device ecosystem.
Solar-powered classrooms have evolved from an experiment into the next big thing in educational initiatives by IT giants like Samsung and Dell.
Phone cameras cannot, by themselves, replace conventional SLR but add-on lenses are reinventing phone photography, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
South Africa is finally seeing the game developer equivalent of rock stars emerging, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
The communication department has set a target of "universal" broadband access. But if it is similar to our water access, it won't be universal at all.
Mark Walters of Z-Wave Alliance, a consortium of companies making devices that use protocol for home automation, speaks to Gadget about smart homes.
The buzz around wearable device at this year’s CES in Las Vegas almost overshadowed a flood of groundbreaking new gadgets, but not quite.
Not Impossible, the company using 3D printers to provide hands and arms for amputees in South Sudan, has stunned CES with a life-changing initiative.
Garmin has unveiled a range of new products, including the first nüvi with wireless backup camera, and a head-up display with smartphone app.