The Moto Z is a brilliant execution of an average idea. Through its Moto Mods system, Motorola has turned the idea of a modular smartphone where you can add and remove features on the fly into a simple, easy-to-use feature set. The problem is they're fun, but not necessary.
Google has been making software for smartphones for almost a decade now. It's also worked with partners including Samsung, LG, and Huawei to make Nexus devices running unmodified versions of Android. But today, Google has unveiled the first two smartphones it can truly call its own: the Pixel and the Pixel XL.
BlackBerry has all but conceded to the likes of Apple and Samsung; after 14 years, the longstanding smartphone stalwart will stop designing and manufacturing its own smartphones.
Don't let the lack of a massive redesign put you off, the iPhone 7 is more exciting than it first seems. If you're looking to upgrade - and aren't put off by the lack of a headphone jack - Apple's kitted out the iPhone 7 with enough nice-to-have features to still make it feel like a big step forward.
Snapchat is getting into hardware with sunglasses that record video in 10 second blocks.
Fitbit's Charge 2 is an easy to recommend fitness tracker for those after a bit more than the "basics" and a healthy dose of motivation. Continuous heartrate monitoring, an amazing companion app, and a five to six day battery life are all standout features. On the other hand, the lack of water resistance and a somewhat bulky design may put some off.
One of iOS 10's big new features is a revamped Messages app with plenty of fun ways liven up your iMessage experience. While there's lots of new messaging options to try out, Apple's hidden many of these away, so we've put together a quick guide on what's what.