A range of new smartphones, tablets and smartwatches have been showcased at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
Companies like Samsung, Sony and HTC are all showed off their latest devices, while leading industry figures such as Mark Zuckerburg also addressed attendees.
RTÉ News' Science & Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody was in Barcelona for the event; here is a round-up of his coverage from the week:
10 takeaways from MWC 2015
Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody looks at the main developments coming out of this year's Mobile World Congress.
Microsoft focuses on mid-ranged smartphones
Greg Sullivan, Director of Marketing at Microsoft Devices, talks about the company's latest range of mid-tier smartphones
Over 30 Irish companies attending Mobile World Congress
Many Irish companies have travelled to Barcelona to showcase their products to the global technology industry.
Day 1: Optimism over potential of the mobile market
Leading technology companies have set out their stall at this year's Mobile World Congress, with many hoping to see strong growth in the smartphone, tablet and wearables markets
Cutting-edge gadgets on show at Innovation City
Michael O'Hara, chief marketing officer at Mobile World Congress, gives Will Goodbody a look at some interesting gadgets in 'Innovation City'
LG takes the wraps off new smartphones and wearables
LG has debuted a series of mid-range smartphones as well as a new smartwatch.
Samsung unveils two new flagship smartphones
Samsung has unveiled two new flagship smartphones - the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge.
Sony unveils new tablet and smartphone
Sony has taken the wraps off a range of new devices, including a new smartphone and tablet.
Huawei enters the smartwatch market
China's Huawei has launched a number of smartwatch products, which mimic the design of a traditional timepiece.
HTC unveils new flagship smartphone & VR set
HTC has unveiled a new flagship smartphone - as well as plans for a virtual reality headset in partnership with Valve.