The just under hundred mark appears to be the new benchmark for budget phones, as Boost teams up with Alcatel to launch a 5 inch $99 phone.
Samsung’s cameras have come a long way since the company started dabbling with the Pentax mount, but just how far is “far”? We’re going hands on with the latest model to find out.
The term “scratch-resistant” often gets confused for “drop-proof” by people with mobiles, scratching their heads and looking dumbfounded when their scratch-resistant glass smartphone screen breaks after a minor drop, but a new development by Corning could at least put some of these feelings at ease.
If you love audio, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of Ultrasone before. We haven’t heard much from the headphone maker in a while, but it’s back with a few new cans for the discerning audio lover.
TV and movie watchers keen to watch their programs the way they want to will soon get their chance, because Netflix is finally coming to Australia.
Recently, GadgetGuy’s online editor made his wedding available to friends and family overseas by way of a live stream, but weddings aren’t the only thing you can virtually attend, with funerals joining that list.
Like taking pictures? Like taking selfies? If you checked yes on both of those, HTC’s next phone might be for you, and as luck would have it, you’ll even find it on shelves soon enough, too.
In the 2015 school season, your kids will probably need a laptop, but you won’t need to spend much on them, as Asus joins the inexpensive PC movement with a new model under the magic $500 mark.
The online editor of GadgetGuy is getting married, and while you can say congratulations, he wanted to take the time to show just how technologically involved he has made the wedding, from the e-invites to a 3D plan to keeping the kids busy, and you can, too.
We’re seeing so many 3G budget phones that sometimes you forget we’re living in a 4G world, but Vodafone, it seems, hasn’t forgotten, ready with a budget LTE phone.