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.
Here's an interesting addition to the ever-expanding fitness tracker market. It's from Pivotal Living, and the company will give you a free wearable fitness band, if you subscribe to the companion app for a mere $12 per year.
Barnes & Noble has announced a larger version of its Galaxy Tab 4 Nook tablet, this time coming equipped with a 10.1-inch touchscreen. Still based on a Samsung tablet, it comes with $200 worth of free B&N digital content.
Nokia Networks has been working on a new feature set which could add several benefits to devices connected to 3G networks around the world, including more battery life, faster browsing, and quicker call connections.
Motorola has started to send out a software update to the Moto 360 smartwatch, which adds several new features, including a very welcome battery saving mode, designed to make the most of the last remaining amount of power.
A new rumor has linked Lenovo with BlackBerry, suggesting the Chinese firm may make a generous offer sometime next week. However, while Lenovo has expressed an interest in the past, regulatory concerns still make a deal unlikely.
During an interview, super talented singer Sting was challenged by Tonight show host Jimmy Fallon to recreate famous ringtones, and thus, the Stingtone was born. It's possibly the best thing you'll hear all day.