There's only one word to describe our week in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress this year: hectic. Unlike the year before, all of our favourite manufacturers were on hand to show off their latest and greatest handsets and tablets. Checkout our picks for the best and worst of Mobile World Congress 2011.
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Apparently, judges at Mobile World Congress 2011 haven't been bothered by reception problems that have plagued the iPhone 4.
LG Optimus 3D and Pad: hands on photo gallery
We spend some time pawing over the drool-worthy LG devices at MWC, taking in the Optimus 3D, Optimus Pad, plus the previously announced 2X and Black.
Motorola Xoom: better connected photo gallery
We take another look at the Motorola Xoom, checking out some of the official accessories that help transform this tablet into a mini-computer and media hub.
HTC Flyer, new Desire, Facebook phones: first look photo gallery
HTC has officially taken the wraps off six new devices for the first half of 2011, including a 7-inch Android tablet called Flyer.
BlackBerry PlayBook gets its game on photo gallery
While you're tossing up between the various Android tablets, don't forget about the BlackBerry PlayBook which itself is on the brink of release.
Sony Ericsson debuts Xperia Neo and Xperia Pro photo gallery
Sony Ericsson's new Xperia Pro and Xperia Neo may not double as gaming devices, but they offer attractive and trim designs. CNET takes a closer look at both of them at Mobile World Congress.
Sony Ericsson finally unveils Xperia Play photo gallery
After months of rumours, a slew of leaks and one creepy commercial, Sony Ericsson's worst-kept secret is now a reality. On Sunday, the day before Mobile World Congress officially opens, Sony Ericsson finally took the wraps off of the Xperia Play.
Telstra will roll out 4G service in 2011, promising peak speeds of 100Mbps.