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Cards come to more phones as Samsung Pay launches locally

Apple Pay isn’t the only game in town anymore, because owners of a recent Samsung Galaxy phone can now tap to pay with a technology that should work everywhere.

2:25 pm 15/06/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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New updates from Apple for just about everything

While there were no hardware announcements from this year’s World Wide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco, Apple certainly had a lot to announce in terms of software updates. We were at the ground at WWDC, to bring you a wrap up of all of the new things we can expect.

4:51 pm 14/06/2016 By Valens Quinn
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Bose finally cuts the cord on noise cancellation

One of the first companies with a pair of noise cancelling headphones is one of the last to ditch the cable, as Bose finally (finally) makes its QuietComfort cordless.

1:11 pm 08/06/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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Magnetic phone cables could be a thing thanks to ASAP

Universal design is great in technology, because the idea that something should work one way and not break is always going to be a benefit to the consumer. While not all cables are made with this in mind, at least one more is being developed.

4:29 pm 06/06/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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HTC’s desires a world where big phones are mid-range

You might want a big phone, but you also probably want one that won’t cost an arm and a leg. HTC wants to be there too, and in the latest Desire, is aiming right for that.

12:36 pm 03/06/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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Kogan builds a “flagship” phone for budget buyers

It’s harder than every to choose a phone, and if you’re over what the big guys offer and are curious to see what an Aussie thinks the “flagship” should be, Kogan has something for you to see.

11:27 am 01/06/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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App makes insurance a switch for items in your life

Worried about your phone, or your camera, or anything else in your life? An world first launching in Australia will make insurance possible on these things, and you’ll be able to turn it on and off with ease.

4:41 pm 31/05/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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Boost delivers a smaller Galaxy for prepaid folk

It’s rare enough to find a button-based phone these days, but if someone still hasn’t made the shift to a touchscreen phone, Boost’s latest addition …

5:32 pm 27/05/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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Kogan switches on to 4G early(ish)

If you’re a Kogan mobile customer with a 4G phone, it’s very possible you woke up to a bit of a surprise this week. Congratulations, you’ve joined the modern era.

11:00 am 26/05/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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Spotify turns four, family plans support bigger families

Four years ago, if you had asked the average Australian how they got their music on their phone, they’d have probably told you they use an iPod or some other media player. These days, though, streaming is in.

4:20 pm 25/05/2016 By Leigh D. Stark

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