Staff at the controversial Carseview Centre have been criticised after they removed toilet seats from patients’ rooms – because of the risk of them being used as ligatures.
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) technology convention is drawing to a close in Barcelona, with foldable phones among the most notable innovations appearing on the show floor.
Gadgets are to become faster, smarter but more expensive, industry experts have warned as the Mobile World Congress technology show draws to a close.
Cybersecurity experts have encouraged people to do more to protect themselves from online crime, warning the rollout of 5G will only increase the potential devices that could be hacked.
A “wearable smartphone” with a flexible display that wraps around the wearer’s wrist has become the latest flexible device to appear at the Mobile World Congress technology show.
Chinese firm TCL Communication has unveiled its own flexible display as it looks to offer an alternative to the new foldable phones from Huawei and Samsung.
Huawei has announced new laptop technology that will allow users of its phone to instantly exchange information with its computer.
LG’s new G8 ThinQ can be unlocked by reading the palm of the user, offering a new type of biometric security.
Sony is to launch the “world’s first” smartphone with a 4K resolution OLED display – similar technology to modern televisions – the company has announced.
Foldable devices mark the “biggest change” ever in the smartphone industry, according to Huawei’s mobile boss.
Chinese phone maker Huawei has followed Samsung in unveiling a foldable smartphone.
Foldable phones, 5G and better smartphone cameras are expected to be the main talking points when the Mobile World Congress (MWC) technology trade show begins in Barcelona next week.