Andy Boxall

Andy Boxall

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.

Verizon's Moto G4 Play Droid costs $85 for prepaid customers

Motorola and new owner Lenovo have announced the Moto G4, Moto G4 Play, and the Moto G4 Plus, three new affordable smartphones that shun basic specifications, and pack in useful features and plenty of power. Here's everything you need to…
Product Review

Mio Fuse Review

Are you sporty enough to wear the Mio Fuse?

Relax. This tingling neckband will ease your brain with ultrasound

Thync, the sci-fi mind-altering wearable, is back with a new design and more focused functionality -- this time concentrating on de-stressing your mind. We've tried out a prototype to see if it works.

T-Mobile sees record iPhone 7 pre-orders, CEO John Legere calls launch a 'phenomenon'

T-Mobile says the number of iPhone 7 pre-orders it has received so far has already surpassed the numbers it saw for previous iPhone models, with CEO John Legere calling the launch a "phenomenon."

Philips' range of health products may change your life, but only if you're prepared to wait

Philips has finally put its Health Watch, and associated smart health devices, on sale to help you reach your lifestyle goals. However, it's the future of the connected app that really excites, but it's benefits are still some time away.

LG thinks Europeans don't want big phones, so won't sell the V20 there

LG has taken the unfortunate decision not to release the V20 smartphone in Europe, and will only sell the large-display device in America, Korea, and a selection of other countries. Samsung took the same decision with the Galaxy Note 5.

Today we carry technology. Tomorrow we’ll wear it

No longer just a means for protecting us from the elements, tomorrow’s clothing will be stronger, lighter, more comfortable, custom fitted to us, and even smart enough to interact with our gadgets.

Asus smartphone, the first with 821 Snapdragon processor, now available in Taiwan

Asus felt the Zenfone 3 Deluxe, which came with a Snapdragon 820 and 6GB of RAM, was a little under-powered, so has replaced the chip with the new Snapdragon 821. In doing so, it's the first phone to be announced with the upgraded…
Home Theater

Massive digital archiving project means these unique musical recordings will live forever

Fifty years worth of unique musical performances from the Montreux Jazz Festival have been preserved forever thanks to a six year digital archiving project, that makes the library available for generations to enjoy. Here's how it happened.
Product Review

Uno Noteband Review

Doomed: Even brilliant speed reading tech fails to save this wearable eye-sore.

WatchOS 3 supercharges the Apple Watch with extra speed and Minnie Mouse 7:52

Apple's supercharging the Apple Watch with its new WatchOS 3 software, which not only makes apps seven times faster to load than before, but adds in plenty of new features and apps. Here's what you need to know about it.

Ted Baker and Google reinvent window shopping by making you say weird things in public

Passers-by are really going to wonder what you're searching for online if you partake in fashion brand Ted Baker's latest gambit. Partnering with Google, and linked to a "shoppable" short film made with Guy Ritchie, this is…