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Battery life is one of those things we all want more of in our phones, but when your phone dies, you know you’re running for a power port to bring your world back to life. But what if you didn’t need to go running, and what if you could just find a 9 volt battery?
We’ve seen Ultra HD TVs for over a year now, and while they don’t exactly have the take-up of regular Full HD tellies, they’re growing. We just need the content, so when is that happening exactly?
Samsung’s cameras have come a long way since the company started dabbling with the Pentax mount, but just how far is “far”? We’re going hands on with the latest model to find out.
The online editor of GadgetGuy is getting married, and while you can say congratulations, he wanted to take the time to show just how technologically involved he has made the wedding, from the e-invites to a 3D plan to keeping the kids busy, and you can, too.
Samsung may have come up with the phablet, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only company trying to perfect them, as Huawei brings its new 6 inch wonder to Australia, boasting a thinner design than even Samsung’s new model.
Sony has been improving its smartphones so much that it’s impossible not to see the electronics superpower as a serious competitor to Apple and Samsung, and here we are again with another model and what may well be the perfection of its Xperia range thus far.
Now that we’ve seen Apple do its first take on the whole big phone thing, it’s time to see Samsung make its Note phablet better than ever.
You’ve seen cheap Android tablets, now brace yourself for the onslaught of cheap Windows tablets, starting with the Pendo Pad 8, a Windows 8.1 computer in an 8 inch form factor that can be had for $199.
It’s getting warm, and that means it’s time to get healthy, you know, because you have to fit into swimmers and bikinis. Helping out is technology, and Jawbone’s latest offerings aim not only to help you when you’re awake, but also when you’re sleeping, too.
What difference does an “x” mean for a name? If you’re Telstra, it means “extreme speeds” and “extra coverage,” two of the things the telco wants to communicate with its network, now branded 4GX.