Earlier in the year, Telstra announced plans to make one of the world’s biggest WiFi networks, making it possible to get WiFi where ever you go at a small cost, and it looks to start up shortly ahead of the expected 2015 roll-out.
Do you like selfies but are sick of the one or two megapixel cameras smartphones are coming with? Oppo’s answer to this is an interesting one, putting the 13 megapixel rear camera on a hinge and making it work both sides. Is it a success?
An update to the Bose earphone line-up is on the way, bringing the price point for Bose in-earphones down to a little over $100, putting better quality earphones within reach of more people, primarily those who value high quality sound, but don’t want to spend more than $200 to get it.
Need a watch? And a phone? How about if the two are merged? Samsung is revisiting the idea of a converged gadget, and is even going to bring it to Australia, as we find out in a hands-on with the Gear S.
Watches and smartphones and Android, oh my, and this week, we’ve seen all three, as we take a look at Motorola’s circular smartwatch and its new flagship, two products that aim to really grab your attention.
SanDisk has chimed in this week to offer more storage and more speed for said storage if you need it, and since we’re all taking lots of photos, there’s a good chance you do.
There was a time when virtual reality was merely a gimmick, but a collaboration between Samsung and Oculus looks set to change that.
A few years ago, Samsung changed the world when it introduced a bigger phone, with a size that Steve Jobs thought no one would buy. Back to present day, and even Apple has had to change its ways, and Samsung is ready with the fourth-generation Galaxy Note, launching in two versions.
The word selfie now means something, and is more than just another random word touted by cool and hip people, with a dictionary entry for the word meaning a self-portraiture shot on a phone, and a new smartphone to go along with it.
Apple’s change to its juggernaut smartphone is here, and it’s not just a number change with a fingerprint sensor. This time, the iPhone includes a bigger screen, faster processor, and a new design. Is this Apple’s best yet, and can it take on the ever growing competition from the likes of Sony, Samsung, HTC, and LG?