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.
LG Innotek, the division of the company that makes components, has found a way to hide a fingerprint sensor underneath the glass front panel on a smartphone. That means it's completely hidden away, less likely to be damaged, and could…
Because you can't carry a regular, massive safe around to keep all your gadgets away from thieving hands while on vacation, Master Lock has come up with this ingenious, and decidedly low-tech, way of making sure your phone doesn't disappear…
Musician, TV personality, tech ambassador, and entrepreneur Will.i.am hasn't given up designing wearables that no-one wants to wear. His latest endeavor is the i.am+ Dial, a standalone smartwatch with a voice-activated assistant.
Samsung's not content to lead the mobile phone-driven world of VR, and has said it's working on VR devices that may not need a smartphone placed inside to operate, meaning it'll compete with the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
The world of smartphones is dominated by Samsung and Apple, and the latest data shows the two tech giants are similarly in control of smartwatches. However, the rule may not be quite so rock solid just yet.
LG has trademarked a collection of interesting new product names in South Korea. They are the LG X Suit, X Slim, X Skin, and X Classic. What could they be? We've got everything we think we know about them right here.
A relatively unknown Chinese company called LeEco has designs on the U.S. smartphone market. We spoke with its marketing manager to find out how it plans to conquer the Americas, and to check out the flagship phone that may lead the charge.