Andy's fascination with mobile tech began in the 90s, at a time when SMS messages were considered cutting edge, but it would be a decade before he would put finger-to-keyboard as a technology writer. In the interim he wrote about travel, formulated strong opinions about films and owned a series of audacious cars.
LG has another flagship smartphone on the way in 2016, if a hint in its latest earnings report is anything to go by, and it's likely to be a sequel to the excellent LG V10. Here's what you need to know.
Nintendo has crushed the dreams of many Pokémon Go players, and said the fun Pokémon Go Plus Bluetooth accessory (that may help conserve your phone's battery) has been delayed, and won't arrive until September.
Proving dual-lens cameras are one of the hottest smartphone trends of the year, Xiaomi has announced the Redmi Pro. The two camera lenses on the back of this metal smartphone produce pictures with a bokeh-style effect.
Sick of Apple's ridiculously long Watch charging cable? Want something more sensible to carry around? This is the Diskus, a tiny Apple Watch charger that will slip in your pocket and use any MicroUSB cable you want.
There's little room for newcomers in the world of smartphones, but that doesn't stop companies trying. The latest is Wonder, a startup that apparently wants to build a futuristic device with VR capabilities, that will appeal to mobile…
Ever wondered what it's like to fire up a 20,000 watt lightbulb in your house? This crazy guy does exactly that, and although the results are, ahem, "illuminating." We really don't envy his next electricity bill though.
This jewelry design graduate has found a far more convenient and creative way to use an Oyster Card on the London Underground. She has taken the chip from inside the card, and put it in a set of false nails.
Apple will make special, limited edition straps for the Apple Watch in designs inspired by the national flags of different countries competing in the upcoming Olympic Games. They're just $50 each, but you're going to need to be at the Games…
If SoftBank and Honda's partnership pays off, the inside of the autonomous car of the future won't be a quiet, lonely place, because it may be home to the super intelligent offspring of Pepper and Asimo.