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Huawei and Windows 10? It's a new category for the Chinese manufacturer, but this 12-inch tablet seems like a promising, cheaper alternative to the competition.
Samsung's flagship devices incrementally improve on last year's devices with a beefed-up camera, faster processor, and curvier design.
Forget the improved camera, aluminum body, and brand new processor. The G5's biggest selling point is that you can swap in extra hardware features as you please.
Here's some of the highlights from last year's show to get you revved and ready for what's in store in just a few days.
But take heed: there are a whole host of kinks to work out before it's ready to take on mainstream competition.
If you're looking for Android Wear, it isn't here. The Z1 offers basic fitness tracking and notifications on your wrist for only $80.
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Your phone goes everywhere with you. Do you have any idea how many germs are crawling all over that thing?
It's actually not that weird. Rather than using your fingerprint, this technology merely recognizes you by your vein structure.
It's been nice having OEMs make its devices, but it looks like Google's ready to take back Android's destiny into its own hands—for real this time.
As the pace of hardware innovation slows to a crawl, manufacturers must turn to real-world problem-solving to get consumers excited again.
That's the point of the Healthbox: It includes everything you need to reach your fitness goals for just $400.
The company is reportedly chatting with its OEM friends about making a phone that more "deeply" integrates its apps and services into Google's open source operating system.