First Samsung, then Motorola and now LG has announced a smartwatch. Competition in the marketplace is heating up with some of the biggest players joining in. Like Motorola's watch, LG's is powered by Android Wear and LG and Google are working together on the new wearables platform. Will this be a Nexus Watch sold by Google? It certainly sounds like it might.

Is 2014 the year of the smartwatch? Although there have been several models already, the one so far from Samsung and others have not been that attractive. They look more like scaled down smartphones than watches. Watches have to look good or people won't wear them and Motorola seems to have nailed it with its Moto 360 smartwatch.

It seems a long time ago when Android 4.4 - KitKat - was launched, but some people are only just getting their upgrade. Of course, it all depends on the phone or tablet manufacturer rather than Google and my Samsung Galaxy S4 has only just been updated today.

It seems that every year is the year of the paperless office and it is a phrase that regularly makes an appearance. People were talking about the paperless office 10 years ago and it still hasn't truly arrived. However, it is getting much easier to reduce the paper clutter that fills our desks and drawers, and Google Drive can be used to store documents, receipts and other paperwork.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 and some other Samsung phones and tablets have a reading mode. This feature is a little puzzling and you might wonder what it is and how to use it. In a nutshell, it simply makes reading easier on the eye.

A new smartphone or tablet is exciting to use at first and it has a great interface, lots of memory for storing apps, photos, music and videos, and a speedy processor. After a year or two it doesn't seem so great. It is slow, bloated with apps, and you are running out of memory. Where did it all go wrong?