Not everyone who owns an iPhone keeps their smartphone the way Apple would want it, and some opt for more control, removing the limits set out by the company. But this can have unfortunate consequences, as Symantec has found.
Apple’s use of a pressure-sensitive touch panel might have been a world first when it appeared in both the Apple Watch and the MacBook Pro, but Huawei is beating the iPhone maker to the punch in a phone.
It’s been a while since Sony announced a new flagship model was coming to Australia, but in the next couple of months, you’ll find three, and one of them manages to outdo every single smartphone screen out there.
For some people, phones are still the gadget that let you talk to others and message them, with internet usage and social activity secondary to these main functions. If that’s you, an updated plan from Amaysim may be ideal.
If you’re having trouble containing your data allowance on your tablet or WiFi hotspot and you’re on Optus Prepaid, good news: your data allowance and expiration is about to increase.
Entry-level and mid-range are the new hot areas for phones, because you shouldn’t need to spend up a fortune to get high-class tech, and HTC is hoping to grab some attention with its own take on something sitting in between the segments.
Just because something exists on the app store doesn’t mean you should download it, and two apps are evident of that, with vulnerabilities popping up that might do you some harm.
Apple has confirmed the launch date for its latest products to be September 9, at an invitation only event in San Francisco at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. And we’ll be there.
With the next generation of Nuance’s Swype keyboard replacement for Android, sci-fi buffs will get an original series of Star Trek-inspired designs to boldly take with them where no phone has gone before.