As we speak, the second big tech event of the year is going on in Barcelona. The Mobile World Congress is where all the big phone companies (and others) come together to show off everything they didn't feel like showing us at CES. That means new flagships, new gadgets, and lots of tech innovations that the general public won't get to see anytime soon.
If you want to stay up to date with all the news and announcements, but can't be dealing with scrolling through our blogroll, then we have you covered. Over the course of the next few days we'll be updating this post with all out MWC content, and since Editor O'Malley is on the job in Barcelona we'll have plenty for you to enjoy.
Now the iPhone has just as much expandable storage as more Android phones. Sort of.
Smarwtatches are dying and pointless anyway, so it shouldn't come as any surprise.
At least these will be a bit more useful than a glorified speaker that can't leave your house.
The module exists right now, but there's no news on when it'll be put into a commercial handset.
The announcement got lost in all the excitement about the Nokia 3310.
This sub-£200 Android promises lower-cost local data
What's a car company doing at Mobile World Congress? Turning its existing big metal boxes into rolling wi-fi routers, of course.
It'll soon be easier to bring real-world objects into VR
Android Wear — and wearables that normal people will actually wear — might be back.
Will you be springing for one?
Ideal for a dedicated Pokémon phone
The Xperia XZ Premium is the big brother upgrade to last year’s Sony Xperia XZ.
It's cool, but it costs nearly £1,400.
MWC 2017: Samsung announces two new gadgets that come in the box with other products
Don't let the word 'book' fool you. This is a tablet with a case, not a laptop.
The Galaxy Tab S3 automatically adjusts sound orientation when you turn it round.
MWC 2017: Here's when Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2017 will happen
MWC 2017: The company's got tablet growth in its sights, with the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
MWC 2017: "Yes, it has Snake"
MWC 2017: Nokia is back, and it's bringing with it three budget Android smartphones.
With the new G6, LG hits reset, and tries something entirely new, which as it turns out, means getting back to the basics.
MWC 2017: Huawei's unveiled its two new phones. Which one will you choose?
MWC 2017 Will you be springing for the G6?
MWC 2017: LG is determined to make sure you can have a phablet-tier screen, without a phablet-sized phone.
The KEYOne should be interesting for all six of you who care about BlackBerry.
Giz UK is on the floor at MWC in Barcelona! We're going to have plenty of coverage coming in over the next few days, and you can catch up on it all here.