Ford Kicks Off CES Press Day Right Now!

Ford is kicking off CES 2016 Press Day as I’m typing this and CNET has the live stream of the event. We’ve included it below, for those interested in checking out the latest in Ford’s car tech. Hey, maybe we’ll see some Android Auto action, since they did finally give in yesterday and announce support for both it and Apple CarPlay.

Either way, enough from me, let’s sit back and watch. (more…)

ASUS ZenFone Zoom Launches February 1 for $399

This time last year, ASUS unveiled the ZenFone Zoom, a smartphone with its focus solely on being one of the best mobile cameras you could purchase inside of a smartphone. At the time, it was announced that the Zoom would launch sometime in Q2 of last year, but as 2015 pressed on, no Zoom ever launched. Now, in 2016, ASUS is back, announcing official availability set for February 1.  (more…)

Ford’s 2016 and 2017 Models With SYNC 3 Get Android Auto, Apple CarPlay

After doing its best to ignore Google and Apple’s attempts to enter its cars, Ford is giving in and will add Android Auto and CarPlay to its 2016 and 2017 line-up of rides that are equipped with SYNC 3, their newest infotainment system. All of its 2017 cars will arrive with Android Auto and CarPlay out of the gate (again if they have SYNC 3 on board), while its 2016 models with SYNC 3 will have the option to upgrade.  (more…)

LG Previews the K10 and K7 Smartphones Ahead of CES

Last year at CES, LG was one of the only major Android OEMs to announce a new device (the G Flex 2), and so far, they appear to be off to a decent start for 2016, too. This morning, the company announced the launch of two new devices for CES this week, the K7 and K10. The K line is the successor to the L line, borrowing premium features from more high-end devices, making them available in a more affordable package.  (more…)