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.
Following a limited launch late last year, Viber, the popular messaging app, has released its new series of social games worldwide. The three titles are available right now for Android and iOS devices.
Sony has accidentally (on purpose?) leaked a new tablet, which may go by the name the Xperia Z4 Tablet. It may form part of Sony's expected Xperia Z4 range, and debut at Mobile World Congress next week.
Huawei has announced it will hold an event just before the doors to Mobile World Congress open in March. It hasn't said what it will reveal, but there are rumors surrounding several devices, including a smartwatch.
The FlyShark is the latest smartwatch to hit the Kickstarter crowd-funding website, and what makes it standout is its very low price, all-in-one functionality, and compatibility with iOS and Android smartphones.
A nasty new piece of Android malware has been discovered. It's being called PowerOffHijack, and infected phones only pretend to shut down - instead remaining secretly active and capable of making calls, and even accessing the camera app.
Icelandair's Hekla Aurora Boeing 757 aircraft will provide a flight experience like no other, thanks to an amazing LED ceiling that recreates the Aurora Borealis, otherwise known as the Northern Lights.
Which operating system is the latest to try and steal Android's crown as the world's most used mobile OS? Why, it's Android! But not as we know it, and not with Google's involvement if Cyanogen and Microsoft get together.
Apple's watching the growing interest in virtual reality closely, and has filed another patent for a headset utilizing an iPhone or an iPod as the VR display. Whether it'll eventually become a real product remains to be seen.
The CogniToy is smarter than your average dinosaur, because it's powered by the IBM Watson supercomputer, and can listen, speak, and answer questions with your kids. It'll be out by Christmas this year.