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Japanese Research Team Creates 'Eternal Storage'
Storage with a similar density to hard drives, but lasts for over 1,000 years(image)



Updated Gear VR Includes Controller
The controller includes a range of capabilities; it'll let you point, drag, drop, tilt, and shoot.(image)



T-Mobile, Sprint Might Call Gigabit LTE '5G'
As both carriers plow towards faster, more fluid LTE, the barriers between wireless generations blur.(image)



Qualcomm Exec: I Ain't Afraid of No Intel
Will Intel kick Qualcomm out of iPhones? Don't count on it quite yet.(image)



Fox Tests Preloading Movies on Phones
Would you want movies automatically downloaded to your phone for renting?(image)



Sony Launching Xperia Touch Projector
It's not cheap, but will turn any surface into a 23-inch touch screen.(image)



Hands On With Nokia's New Android Phones, Retro 3310
Nokia's recipe for MWC this year: Three parts pure Android with the Nokia 3, 5, and 6, and a healthy dose of nostalgia with the 3310.(image)



Samsung Galaxy S8 Launch Set for March 29
The Samsung Galaxy S8 will be announced at an event in New York, but there will also be a live stream.(image)



HP's New 2-in-1 Is a Surface Pro Clone for Business
HP's 2-in-1 detachable tablet features 7th-gen Intel Core Y-series chips and new accessories.(image)



The Alcatel A5 LED Is the Most Fun Phone at MWC
The Alcatel A5 has removable backs, one of which is a grid of customizable disco lights and another one of which is a big speaker. Party on!(image)



ZTE Tips Snapdragon 835 Prototype, Teases Next Axon
ZTE teased features of its next Axon flagship during a confusing presser about a 'gigabit phone.'(image)



Hands On: Lenovo's Tab 4 Tablets
Lenovo's four new Android slates strike a nice balance between price and performance.(image)



Hands On With Motorola's New G5 and G5 Plus
With revamped builds, new processors, and better cameras, the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus set a new standard for what constitutes a budget phone.(image)



S Pen Returns With Samsung's New Tablet Lineup
We check out Samsung's Galaxy Tab S3 and Windows-powered Galaxy Books at MWC.(image)



Watch Live: LG G6 Event at MWC
The event begins at noon Barcelona time, which is 6am ET and 3am PT. Watch the live stream here.(image)



Hands On: BlackBerry 'Mercury' Becomes KeyOne
The new keyboarded phone with the BlackBerry name launches in April for $549.(image)



5G Schedule Moves Up to 2019
Qualcomm and Samsung announce modems for potential 5G iPhones and cable-busting internet.(image)



Google Assistant Coming to Many More Phones
Google's chatbot tech is coming to a range of Android 6.0 and 7.0 phones, no OS upgrade required.(image)



Purchase Games on Twitch This Spring
Coming this spring: buy a game while you're watching someone play it, no need to leave the page.(image)



Google's Collision Shakes Up Computer Cryptography
A cryptographic hash collision suggests the SHA-1 standard—used to authenticate documents—can be hacked.(image)



Apple: iOS Update Fixes Random iPhone Shutdowns
Updating to iOS 10.2.1 may fix the problem.(image)



Google.org Donates $11.5M to Fight for Racial Justice
The funds will go to 10 organizations working to foster racial, social, and criminal justice.(image)



Lenovo Showcases New Windows 2-in-1s at MWC
Three Windows hybrids, two convertibles, and a detachable are among Lenovo's MWC offerings.(image)



Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson Talks Apps, Future of Communication
Lawson dishes on Twilio's Super Network on how it works in apps like Airbnb, Netflix, and Uber.(image)



Visa Expands Global Payments, Partners with IBM Watson on IoT
Visa expands mVisa QR code payments and announces a new Visa Everywhere initiative in Europe.(image)



Cloudflare Leak Exposed Data From Millions of Websites
Cloudflare says it patched a bug that could compromise user accounts at popular websites.(image)



MasterCard Makes it Easier to Open, Close a Bar Tab
MasterCard adds a new 'Open a Tab' feature to its payments app and tips an Oracle partnership.(image)



Embark Self-Driving Truck Eyes Driverless Freeway Journeys
The big rig uses radar, cameras, and sensors to transport cargo without a human behind the wheel.(image)



Hands On: Sony's Eye-Catching 4K HDR Xperia XZ Premium
Sony has a few Xperia devices here at MWC, but the Xperia XZ Premium is the most impressive.(image)



Google Users Unexpectedly Signed Out of Accounts
Google says 'your account's security was not affected' by the mysterious logouts.(image)