Chinese company Onyx has just unveiled a new e-reader/smartphone that requires less energy to run than other smartphones.
Innovative smartphones, wearable computers and Internet-connected cars are among some of the techs that were on display at the Mobile World Congress.
This week, we have a village a truck carved from ice, a Gecko-inspired robot and a solar-powered car from Ford, to name a few.
It may not be long before translucent slates hit the market.
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The Surface 2 sports a lighter and thinner design along with a full HD screen.
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The big news in smartphones from the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona isn't necessarily smart. ->
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