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.
The latest smartwatch to embrace traditional watch designs is the Veldt Serendipity. The analog face incorporates a tiny OLED screen to deliver notifications from an iOS device, but you're going to need to splash out if you want one.
Withings has announced the Activité, a fitness tracker that shuns the gym-focused design of competing gadgets, and wraps up its tech inside a traditional analog wristwatch. It connects to your smartphone using Bluetooth LE.
Nokia has announced another Android-based smartphone, the Nokia X2, which joins its existing range of X devices launched at Mobile World Congress earlier this year. It's Android, but not as we know it.
Two years after they went on sale in the U.S, Google has put its Glass smart eyewear on sale in the UK, where they cost £1000. Several new apps will be made available, along with the ability to understand the British accent.
NASA has revealed more about its ambitious plan to capture an asteroid in open space, park it next to the moon, and then send astronauts up to have a good look around. The latest news on the mission reveals two possible scenarios…
Amazon's newly announced Fire Phone costs the same as an iPhone 5S, a Galaxy S5, and many other high-end smartphones. Has Amazon been reading its own self-help books about becoming an optimist? How does it justify such a price?
Amazon is rumored to be introducing its first smartphone at an event on June 18. If the gossipers have got it right, the device may have an unusual 3D menu system, but we fear this is a gimmick that won't provide any benefit to owners.