This year, Samsung exploded, Apple ditched the jack and Google struck out on its own.
It's been a year of big promises and quiet achievers in tech, but what blew us all away and what just blew it?
The Google Pixel is exceeding expectations and Google showcases its advancements in artificial intelligence.
Move over Micro-USB. The USB Type-C standard is here, faster and (best of all) flippable -- so you can plug it in right the first time, every time.
The Google Home is in stores now...at Walmart! Google gives people waiting for a Pixel $50 back, and Android Nougat might be messing with the Nexus 6P.
The Sesame Enable app uses a phone's front-facing camera and voice commands to give the physically disabled a way to use the device.
Google added a new camera module, a smarter fingerprint reader and Android 7.1 to its new Pixel and Pixel XL phones.
The latest flagship phones feature Google Assistant and brand-new cameras, but how do they compare to last year's Nexus phones?
The company opts to go with the Pixel brand instead of Nexus to signify a shift in its phone strategy.
Hours before Google's official event, more alleged images of its upcoming phone have leaked on Twitter.
The deal went south after Google told the Chinese electronics giant that the Pixel phones wouldn't bear the Huawei brand, a source said.
We talk about Google's big event Tuesday as well as Facebook's new Marketplace and Messenger Lite.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.