Parents know all too well that the quality of a stroller matters, just like the quality of clothing over a period of time, and two Aussies think they may have what it takes to make parents think twice before they spend on another pram.
When you check out an electronics store, there's a very good chance you're going to find something made by Samsung on quite a few of the shelves, and while phones, tablets, cameras, and TVs are the things we know about, there are a few things you may not see coming.
The Mobile World Congress expo in Spain each year generally brings about the announcements of each new flagship phone, and so far, Sony and Samsung have been good about that, so where’s HTC in the middle of this?
Always afraid you're going to break that iPad Mini? Panasonic's solution will make sure you never have those fears again, but beware, it'll cost you a pretty penny.
Tablets generally aren’t devices you’ll want to take with you to the pool, but the next generation of Sony’s Xperia Z tablet could see you using it there, with a new version rolling out and landing on water.
Apparently, we’re all obsessed with music, and with how often my headphones leave this writer’s head, I’m not surprised. But it seems we’re also always looking up tunes, and we’re doing it with Shazam so much that the app and service is getting rebuilt for more.
Straight from Mobile World Congress in Spain, GadgetGuy's Valens Quinn has been lucky enough to go hands-on with the next generation of Samsung wearables.
If you missed the news that more companies will be vying for a piece of your wrist, here’s another dose of that, as Sony unveils its own smartband, which isn’t quite the Sony Smartwatch that the company updated last year, with a focus more on tracking your fitness in the SmartBand than on telling the time.
Ready for some news this week that has nothing in common with mobiles, tablets, or wearables? Nikon has it in the form of a new digital SLR that can shoot holes of light in even the darkest of places.
We could all do with better security on the go, and as part of Intel’s push to make security more important for consumers, its McAfee security brand will now release its mobile security app for free, provided you can deal with an ad or two.
Samsung’s creative way to upgrade its Full HD and Ultra HD television might not have been talked up much at CES, but we’ve seen it for ourselves at Samsung’s own product showcase in Indonesia.
With Mobile World Congress getting well and truly underway overseas, Sony is already talking up what it plans to release shortly, with a new Z flagship breaking ground, and a mid-range M made for anyone looking for value.
Samsung has taken the wraps off its new Galaxy S5 in front of a full house at the Unpacked5 event in Barcelona, with a focus on enhancing “everyday lives” in a few key areas including protection, photos, transfer speeds, health and design.
Nokia may well be owned by the Windows Phone owning Microsoft, but that doesn’t mean the Finnish company isn’t keen to see what other operating systems it can use, as the company unveiling three phones running on Android. Sort of.
Australia might just be getting Cat 4 LTE now, but there’s a new king in town, and it brings in more mobile speed than anything before it.
Samsung has been spending a lot of time in phones, tablets, and home audio, and now it's time to see what the company is doing with cameras, as we go exclusively one on one with the NX30.