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.
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Hands on with the Lenovo Vibe Z2 — China only (for now, anyway)

Lenovo is still holding back releasing its smartphones outside of China, but we're getting more impatient for the situation to change than ever, having spent some time with the cool new Vibe Z2 during IFA 2014.

Sony embraces Android Wear in the SmartWatch 3, and we tried it out

Sony didn't need to give the new SmartWatch 3 a circular face to grab our initial attention, and instead installed Android Wear operating system to do that, but will it need the headline-grabbing round style to hold it?

Sony’s wearable Lifelog camera moves one step closer to watching your every step

Ready to record every move you make? Sony thinks you are, and has shifted the Smart Lifelog Camera from concept to confirmed product. The tiny device will clip to your clothes, film what goes on around you, then connect with the Android…

LG’s G Watch R prototype was easy to wear, tough to give back

We try on LG's second Android Wear device, the G Watch R. Sporting a round face and sporty metal look, the watch is dividing critics, but we absolutely love it.

Vertu turns its attention to audio, launches classy V Speaker and V Headphone accessories

Luxury phone maker Vertu has put out some audio accessories that almost match its phone's exorbitant prices, including a $650 Bluetooth speaker, and $800 headphones.

iWatch Rumors: Wearable enters final stages of testing, but may not debut until 2015

Apple's iWatch has been one of the biggest secrets in tech for a couple years now. Here's a look at everything we know about it, from the team designing it to the features it might have.

Hands on: Samsung’s dramatically different Galaxy Edge spills over with potential

Samsung's Note Edge stands out due to its 5.6-inch screen cascading over the right-hand side of the device. The curved section works independently of the main screen, and serves up handy snippets of information and news. We think it's one…

Remember when phones actually looked different from one another? Sharp does.

While most phones on sale today look pretty similar to each other, Sharp and Sprint are about to unleash a phone which looks suitably different to truly standout. It's the Aquos Crystal with its edge-to-edge screen, and we need to embrace…

The next Sony Xperia smartphone could be sold through Sprint

A new rumor suggests the Sprint network will start selling a Sony Xperia smartphone in the near future. Although the device's name wasn't mentioned, it could be the Xperia Z3, one of the new mobile phones expected to be revealed at next…

Huawei’s got a new smartphone to show us, teases September 4 event (Updated)

Huawei will hold a press event on the first day of the IFA tech show in Berlin next month, and although it hasn't told us what it'll reveal, recent leaks point to the star of the day being a big-screen device that may be called the Mate 3…