We are at the start of another year and no doubt 2015 will be just as big a year in tech as 2014. What can we expect? Who really knows, but it is a pretty safe bet that we will see the next generation of wearables, battery life will become ever more important and it is quite likely that the integration of services for a simplified connected life will play a big part too.
The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in the USA begins this week and is the first insight into 2015 technology.
Little has changed in terms of our smartphone top 10 from December, so read on to find out what our list looks like.
10. LG G3
It is an absolute power house and considering its size of screen it does not feel as big as the Note 3 and not much bigger than the Sony of HTC counterparts.
LG have learnt from the G2 and Nexus handsets and put all of this into the G3 to make it what it is today.
It has a higher PPI than the human eye can really detect, but is that not just a reason to have it, because more pixels are better?
At under £400 including a FREE Bluetooth Headset this is a simply outstanding product bundle for the price!