Greetings from Barcelona, Spain! We’re back in town for the annual Mobile World Congress. And to say that this year’s show is going to be insane wouldn’t get anywhere close to doing it justice.

But this year’s show is going to be insane. Trust us.

Coming up Sunday: We’ll be liveblogging the HTC event at 10 a.m. EST. And at 12:30 p.m. EST we’ll have Samsung’s Unpacked event.

And even as big as those two events are, they’re just a fraction of the news that’s going to drop. Just leave our Mobile World Congress page open for the next few days. You’re don’t want to miss a thing.






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Spacetime Studios, creators of hit mobile MMORPGs like Arcane Legends and Pocket Legends, have announced their next game titled Call of Champions. It will be a free-to-play MOBA-themed fantasy game and, what’s more, it will be released sometime this year.






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HTC is setting up the stage for tomorrow’s big Utopian announcement at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and we’re dying to see this year’s flagship smartphone, but we hope to get a little more eye candy with a reveal of … Read More




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The unveiling of the HTC One (M9) is set to commence tomorrow at 10 a.m. EST. Since there’s a good change that you will not to attending the live event in Barcelona, we thought we’d give you the opportunity to watch … Read More




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Military Masters is a new battle tactics game for Android devices that centers on tactical vehicular combat. You’ll build a collection of land, sea, and air vehicles to help you take on your friends in real-time PVP combat.






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Sprint announced today that it has partnered with Best Buy to offer an exclusive unlimited plan, fittingly called the “Best Buy One Plan,” through the retailer starting at $75 per month with a leased Android device.






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Madfinger, the development team behind the Dead Trigger mobile zombie-themed shooter game series, have announced plans to launch yet another zombie first person shooter. It’s called Unkilled and it’s due for release in June.

Here’s what Madfinger says about their next game, which will be released for Android in the Google Play Store:

Unkilled brings a new level of fun with MADFINGER Games’ characteristic breathtaking graphics and addictive gameplay. Gamers will experience an exciting adventure played out in New York CIty, supported by a complex storyline clearly illustrated on the game map, a well-stocked weapon shop, many upgrades for weapon leveling and much more…

Madfinger has released a teaser trailer for Unkilled which shows off the game’s graphics, but unfortunately doesn’t show any real gameplay. Unkilled will be demoed next week at the annual Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.

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For the full MWC 2015 experience, you’ll want to follow the folks from Android Central on all of the social media channels.

When it comes to trade shows, there’s the show, and then there’s the show. The former will be found on the front page of this site called Android Central and at our MWC 2015 page, but the latter will only be found by following us on Google+, Twitter and Instagram. That’s where the after-hours fun, off-the-wall random findings from the show, quick analysis and all-around cool Android stuff lives.

While we all fly over to Spain and spend a week knee-deep in all things Android mobile, you can follow along with all of our accounts. We look forward to interacting with everyone as we go through the week!






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The HTC Transfer Tool is designed to help users that are upgrading to the latest HTC device or switching from another manufacturer all together. Even from the iPhone! The HTC Transfer Tool will already be built into your new phone, … Read More




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A few users found that colors were muted on the screen after the last Shield Tablet update, which NVIDIA acknowledged as a bug. The chipset vendor has now rolled out an update to address the issue.






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