This holiday edition of Tech Today looks back at all the tech that died in 2020.
This year we can be grateful to say goodbye to some awkward tech. Look back on the before times as we bid farewell to the Segway, Google Glass... and whatever Quibi was supposed to be.
The team behind Andy Rubin's Essential is back, but without Rubin. Now called OSOM, it plans to introduce new privacy-focused hardware and software in late 2021.
Rubin has been mired in controversy since he was accused of sexual misconduct while he was an executive at Google.
This little black cut-out on top of the screen may look like an eyesore, but more and more phones are jumping on this trend.
More and more phone companies are eliminating the headphone jack -- here are the phones that waved goodbye to the audio port.
We look back on some of the biggest moments in tech this year and how they will shape our future in 2019.
From wide-angle shots to artsy bokeh effects, phones with dual cameras raise your photos to the next level.
The phone startup founded by the creator of Android has been struggling to find its way.
Today's major tech stories include Essential's new plan for its next phone, Apple's legacy content might be free on its streaming TV service and Waze Carpool opens up nationwide after regional trials.
From the co-creator of Android comes a phone that'll respond for you, according to report.
Update: That sold out fast! It's now showing at $344. Plus: three bonus deals!