Andy Boxall

Andy Boxall

Andy is a Senior Writer at Digital Trends, where he concentrates on mobile technology, a subject he has written about for almost a decade. During that time he has seen the evolution from 2G to 5G, reviewed dozens of smartphones, worn dozens of smartwatches (not at the same time), and visited many manufacturers and events all over the world. A multi-year veteran of Mobile World Congress, CES, IFA, and Baselworld trade shows, Andy always has a strong opinion on the mobile industry, and is excited about its future. Follow him on Twitter, @AndyBoxall, where the talk goes way beyond mobile tech.

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Product Review

Emporio Armani Smartwatch 3 Review: Not the style icon it should be

An Armani suit is a statement of fashion and quality, so surely an Emporio Armani smartwatch will have the same effect? Sadly, no.
Wearables

G-Shock’s new Black-out Mudmaster is so stealthy, it may as well be a ninja

Like the other versions, the brand new Black-out Mudmaster watch has Bluetooth and can connect to your phone.
Wearables

Wellness wonder cure or a wonderful Swiss watch? The Teslar watch isn’t both

The Teslar watch promises its more than just a beautiful Swiss-made watch, by offering specific wellness benefits to some people. We've worn it, and spoken to the company's CEO to find out more.
Mobile

What to expect at MWC 2020, the biggest mobile tech event of the year

The biggest mobile tech event of the year starts Feb. 24 in Barcelona. Here's what we expect to see
Wearables

Weekend hikers need the connected Casio Pro Trek PRT-B50 watch on their wrist

The Casio Pro Trek PRT-B50 connected watch is great for weekend hikers and outdoorsy people, and while it's not a full smartwatch, it makes the most of the connection to your phone.
Features

New graphene battery recharges blazingly fast, and it’s already on the market

Battery tech company Real Graphene is adding graphene to lithium batteries to bring the benefits of the material to batteries right now, rather than in the future.