What happened on our third day at Mobile World Congress 2013? LG rampaged on with more mobile devices, we met with a company that can help you make apps for Apple and Android and we played with the ASUS PadFone Infinity, a smartphone that transforms into a 10-inch tablet. See all the news below.
We’ve seen network-attached storage drives that let you share content between all your devices. We’ve seen home media centers that stream content and we’ve seen stick PCs that let you turn your TV into a large-screen Android station. But we’ve never seen a device quite like Samsung’s HomeSync, an attractively designed set-top box that’s a full-fledged Android device with a 1.7-GHz dual-core ARM processor, but also a 1TB hard drive for storing media files that it can then share across the network or even over the Internet.