Honor launched the sleek new Honor Magic in China just a few weeks ago, and though there are no plans for it to arrive in North America we had an opportunity to look at this really interesting phone at CES 2017.
BlackBerry chose CES 2017 to make an official announcement of its long-rumored new Android smartphone with a hardware keyboard. But in a rather awkward situation, it's keeping many of the details associated with the phone a secret.
The battle over making average home appliances "smart" rages on, and LG just put an additional foot forward with its new InstaView smart refrigerator that integrates Amazon Alexa voice assistant control.
The editors here at Android Central get a lot of work done on the road, and that means we're always looking to have the best gear available in our bags so we can bring all of the best coverage to folks back at home.
Xiaomi offers the least expensive full Android TV experience, and it comes with compromises. While it's a good choice for Android TV purists, most will be better served by the Chromecast Ultra or the box offerings from Amazon and Roku.
It came to my attention late this week that I would be writing the final Editor's Desk column of the year, as come next Sunday we'll be kicking off 2017. I'll be headed to CES shortly, but first I want to reflect on the year that was.