The best tech of MWC 2024, from folding phones to see-through laptops

M3 MacBook Airs and new iPad Pros could launch within weeks, a handy Google Maps update, and more
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February 28, 2024
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The best gadgets we've seen at MWC 2024
The Honor Magic V2 folding phone is among the tech that's caught our eye at MWC (Future)
Mobile World Congress is winding down, and the TechRadar team has picked out the best gadgets that have caught our eye this week, including Samsung's Galaxy Ring, the OnePlus Watch 2, a transparent laptop, and an impressive-looking EV from Xiaomi.
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We just got our first real look at the Nothing Phone 2a
It's the Nothing Phone 2a, for real (Future)
This is why the TechRadar team shows up at tech expos around the world – to get the earliest possible looks at the newest technology. We just saw the Nothing Phone 2a in physical form for the first time, from both the front and the back.
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New MacBooks and iPads could be on the way very soon
Brace yourself for more Apple products (Farknot Architect / Shutterstock)
Apple is rumored to have updated internal support documents pointing to future devices coming in the very near future – and the thinking is that an M3-powered MacBook Air and a revamped pair of iPad Pro tablets could be at the front of the queue.
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Electric Vehicles
Musk says the Tesla Roadster is coming this year
We've previously seen glimpses of the Tesla Roadster (Tesla)
The long-awaited Tesla Roadster could finally make an appearance before 2024 is over, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk on (where else?) the X social network. "There will never be another car like this, if you could even call it a car," Musk has said.
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Today's top deals picked by TechRadar's experts
Google Maps gets a glanceable directions update
Google Maps is making it easier to get around (Google)
Google Maps just got a handy new update that makes it easier to check directions with a glance when you're not actually in the full navigation mode, just exploring possible routes – and the pointers will appear on the lock screen too, which is helpful.
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