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.
Chinese brand LeTv has announced another new phone. The Le 1s is an all-metal device with a surprisingly high specification, but it'll be sold at a low price. The company still intends to launch in the U.S., but is keeping quiet on when…
Mobile network FreedomPop will launch a Wi-Fi smartphone next year, that shuns network connectivity in favor of Wi-Fi networks to provide calls, messages, and data. Here's everything you need to know about it.
Twitter has replaced the familiar star-shaped Favorite button with a heart-shaped Like button, saying its use will be less confusing to newcomers, and can be used to convey a wider range of internationally understood emotions.
An unnamed group of hackers have claimed the $1 million prize for hacking iOS 9 using sophisticated techniques, after the bounty was offered by security company Zerodium last month. The company plans to sell the hack to its customers.
This cool looking smartphone made by Chinese manufacturer Bluboo looks a little like an upside down Galaxy S6 Edge, thanks to its 3D printed rear panel. It's also pretty strong, and costs less than $180.
OnePlus has launched On-Guard, its own extended warranty insurance scheme to cover your OnePlus 2 should it get accidentally damaged. Broken screens and water spills are covered, and the scheme will soon apply to the OnePlus X as well.
Sony and Toshiba have announced a deal in which Sony will acquire Toshiba's image sensor factory in Japan. The deal is believed to be worth $166 million, and will strengthen Sony's already considerable influence in the market.