Mobile World Congress
A visitor films with his mobile phone at the Samsung booth at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Fmore
A visitor performs inside Calldorado booth, February 27. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
A visitor plays at the Dell booth, February 27. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
A visitor takes a selfie with his mobile phone at the Samsung booth, February 27. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
A visitor participates in the Galaxy Lightwave experience inside the Samsung booth at the Mobile World Congresmore
A visitor plays at a virtual aquarium at the China Mobile booth, February 26. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
A woman checks VR experience inside Saudi Telecom Company (STC) booth, February 26. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
Visitors visit the Xiaomi booth, February 26. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
A man checks a VR device inside Deutsche Telekom booth, February 26. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
A robot kicks a soccer ball inside a Huawei booth, February 25. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
A member of Huawei staff shows the new Huawei Mate X device, February 23. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
A visitor performs during a demonstration of Galaxy S10 phone at the Samsung booth, February 25. REUTERS/Rafaemore
Minimo, the new all-electric two-seater concept vehicle by the Spanish car-maker SEAT, February 25. REUTERS/Semore
A visitor takes a picture of Galaxy S10 phones at the Samsung booth, February 25. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
A man practices baseball wearing a VR device inside the HTC booth, February 25. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
People look at the new LG mobile phones, February 24. REUTERS/Albert Gea
The CloudMinds XR-1 robot, February 25. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
Microsoft's Alex Kipman, the man responsible for the HoloLens augmented reality device, presents the HoloLens more
A Samsung assistant performs during a demonstration of Samsung S10 Plus, February 25. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
A new Nubia Alpha wearable smartphone, February 25. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
Backstage and collection highlights from Milan.
Paintings created by creatures big and small.
The last Fendi collection designed by Karl Lagerfeld is shown at Milan Fashion Week, days after the fashion icon's death.
The 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex, who is expecting her first child with Prince Harry in the spring, is in New York City reportedly for a baby shower.