If you’re a fan of radio and prefer it to that whole online radio thing, you’ll love the sound of a new smartphone LG has built.
Provided you can forgive the camera, Oppo’s F1 metal-bodied budget F1 already offered solid value, but with a price change this week, Oppo and Optus may have moved things to brilliance for bargain hunters.
Thanks to how fast our phones now are, we’re consuming mobile data faster than ever, and Amaysim has picked up on this, opting to increase the allowance to pretty much every plan it has.
Did the news of Samsung’s latest phone get you all keen for a new phone? You don’t have to wait long, and the plans are in from Aussie telcos to help you make a decision.
Australia’s wired National Broadband Network may promise high internet speeds, but trials from two of our biggest telcos suggest wireless may deliver super high speeds before the cable has finished rolling out.
Mobile World Congress is revealing quite a few concepts, from modularity to water-resistance, but HP’s push to make business have better continuity is not what we expected from the PC maker.
Curious how smartphones can evolve past the touchscreen communications devices that they already are? So is LG, and rather than just build another of the same thing, it’s trying something different.
It’s not just Oppo and Huawei that are playing a smart game with smartphones, because Alcatel’s latest announcement is a little more than another iClone.