The G5's modular concept never really panned out for LG, and it looks like the company might be cutting its losses.
The first crowdsourced phone from ZTE costs $199 and will automatically scroll by tracking your eye movements.
Upcoming software update will bring Google Assistant commands to Android-powered televisions and streaming boxes.
China-based Huawei looks to make waves in the U.S. with first integration of Alexa in a smartphone.
The WSD-F20 has a rugged style and built-in GPS, but won't be released until April.
Asus also unveils the Tango-based ZenFone AR, which includes support for Google Daydream.
Like Fossil Group's other wearables, the watches feature classic styling and replaceable batteries.
Honor’s $249 handset is packed with premium features like a dual camera and a giant battery, but it still runs Marshmallow for now.
The new handset will be the second Tango phone on the market, and includes support for Daydream VR.
The new Nougat-powered infotainment system integrates Android into the Chrysler 300's infotainment system.
Hyundai kicks Google Home into high gear with voice-powered Blue Link capabilities.
Having never realized mainstream success, the heavily altered CyanogenMod OS is kaput, and the most aggressive threat to Google's control of Android is closing its doors.
Nintendo looks to build on the success of Super Mario Run and Pokemon Go with a steady stream of smartphone releases.
Google has a bevy of holiday deals ready to roll in the Play Store, with half-off movies, 99-cent rentals and free music available for all.