When we first encountered the brand Otterbox, it was a brand dedicated to making sure your phone survived an encounter with the hard, hard ground at any cost. That hasn’t changed a few years on, but at least the company has learned something about keeping things slim.
The phones going for big bucks tend to get the ruggedised features like resistance to water and the odd spillage of beer, but what about phones that don’t cost an arm and a leg?
Fans of Sony’s smartphones will soon be able to find two more handsets in stores, as the previously 3G-only Xperia E4 finds a place at Telstra, and Sony’s selfie cam comes to Dick Smith stores along with a bunch of others.
Gadget launches are big news, and Samsung is talking up an event happening in August. What could it be?
If you’re anything like us, you probably tire of seeing broken phone screens everywhere you look. One company is sick of it, too, and has thrown in free repair as a feature for a new phone.
Another week, another security flaw, with the latest a real dog of a hack, breaking into handsets using multimedia messages. But have no fear, because our people at Google tell us the company is ready with a patch.
We’ve seen good phones out of Sony in the past couple of years, but generally in the flagship field, so what sort of handset does Sony produce when it makes it to a budget?
Android owners should try to have a bit of security software running on their phones and tablets, but news today from a security group makes that even more important.
Now that so many of us have replaced the camera with a smartphone, our little mobile devices carry so many pictures on them, you have to wonder just how you get them off?
Budget smartphones might be mostly about who can provide the most mobile speed, but if you don’t care about that and want two SIMs, Kogan wants you to know it has something in the wings.