With phones hitting well and truly past the thousand dollar mark, the mid-range is now the attractive area to price a device, and with a tag of $529 outright and a decent spec sheet, Oppo’s R7s may well offer some of the best value out there.
Not a fan of being forced to switch on your screen to check notifications? LG might have a solution coming in a new phone.
Getting the notes out of your wallet and switching you to tap-and-go payment technologies was just the first stage. Next up, card companies will be getting into fashion.
If you spend a lot of time on the internet when you’re out and about, chances are you’re using your mobile as a hotspot. But how do you get the fastest speeds? You use a faster modem.
This week, Telstra suffered a pretty serious outage, cutting mobile and data services on Tuesday. If you were affected, you’re probably angry, but on Sunday, you can take out your frustrations with free data.
Just because you don’t want to spend almost a grand on a phone doesn’t mean you can’t get the goods, and Oppo is keen to show it, announcing a budget smartphone that will bring premium looks to a value phone.
Whenever we hear the word “cheap” associated with a phone, we hit the deck, preparing ourselves for the onslaught of something awful. Can HTC’s Desire 520 shake us from this feeling?
As smartphones start to climb in price, the middle ground is beginning to look more and more attractive, because why should you have to pay a grand for a new phone?
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: there’s no such thing as a safe operating system, and proving this is a threat that has found a way to break into Apple’s normally fenced off garden that is the iPhone and iPad.
You might think that Windows is where all the security problems are, but the Apple side of things is also getting a security woe or two, as Symantec chimes in with some interesting information.