ZTE has cancelled the Kickstarter for Hawkeye, their crowdfunded phone that was to come with eye-tracking cameras and self-adhesive material. The campaign only earned $36,000 out of its goal of $500,000.
Google has been crowdsourcing ideas for what their customers would like to see in an upcoming smartphone. A winner has been chosen and it is the eye-tracking software with a self-adhesive back to the phone.
ZTE is doing something cool: they're taking community suggestions for features that their next phone should have. The company will reward prizes for popular ideas which end up going into the phone.
There are catches, namely that the idea must be possible in a moderately affordable phone and...