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 thinks our phones should have a personality, and has released the LG AKA smartphone to prove it. The phone can be customized using special cases, which gives the device its own personality, and set of cute goggly eyes.
Following one of the least well-judged marketing moves we've seen in a while, the CEO of Chinese media company LeTV has apologized for comparing Apple to Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime, due to its closed software ecosystem.
HTC has quietly revealed the One E9 Plus, a slightly confusing blend of Desire-style body and M9-beating screen technology. Currently, it has only been announced for China, and may be the first in a series of new HTC phones coming in the…
LG has announced another new smartwatch. This time it's a variation on the Watch Urbane, and it has a built-in LTE modem, ready to make and receive calls. However, it doesn't run Android Wear, but WebOS instead.
Motorola President Rick Osterloh has said the company is sticking to an annual refresh of its Moto X range, meaning we should see a 2015 version arrive around September. However, anyone hoping for a Moto tablet is going to be disappointed.
The Sports Watch is the first smartwatch from electronics manufacturer Hannspree, and it costs a tenth of an Apple Watch. No, it's not as flash, but it could help introduce more people to the world of wearable tech.
BT Mobile has launched in the UK with specially discounted SIM only plans for its broadband subscribers, although non-BT users are also able to by a SIM. The company also offers a range of unlocked smartphones for sale.