It’s been a while since Australia has seen a properly new Windows mobile, what with Windows 8 being replaced and all, but the day is finally here for new Microsoft mobiles.
The post-PC world is one likely to be driven by tablets, not laptops, and if Microsoft’s Surface is any indication, it’ll be interesting hybrids, but Microsoft isn’t the only tablet maker worth watching.
The answer to high speed connections at home may be 4G for the next year or so, and to deliver that, Optus is trying its hand at a plan made just for homes that desire super fast broadband speeds.
Big phones are all the rage not just because you get a bigger display to work with, but also because you get a bigger battery, too. But if you want one of these, you may have to fork out a big wad of cash… and then maybe not.
More choice is always better, and when it comes to saving money, we’re big on that, too. In the mobile space, both are big areas where companies do battle, which appears to be where budget telco Amaysim is playing right now.
Sick of seeing broken phones everywhere you go? Motorola is as well, and has come up with a phone it says has a screen that won’t break when you drop it.
There was a time when Google’s own devices were designed to bring in new customers not terribly familiar with Android, employing sub-$500 prices to get people on board. Not so anymore.
It seems as though HTC isn’t done with phones for the year, and ahead of next year’s Mobile World Congress, the smartphone maker is showing off one more phone that will arriving in November.
Mobiles may now be built to handle high-speed data, but this high-speed Long Term Evolution connection we use for data can also be tapped for voice.
Apple’s iPhone 6S and 6S Plus might win the attention of Apple fanboys, but over in the Android world, eyes are on Sony because it has three models on the way to grab lovers of Google’s mobiles.
When it comes to the world of smartphones, it’s clear that iOS and Android dominate, but Windows isn’t done, and Microsoft has a few newbies with some neat tricks up their sleeves.
If you’re less a data hog and more someone that prefers the old school method of talking or even texting, a new plan from Amaysim may end up saving you some coin thanks to some research by the company.
There sure are a lot of Android phones, but no one does them quite like Google, and for its next flagship demo Nexus phones, the company has grabbed the likes of LG and Huawei to make two rather special phones.
The environment in Australia can be harsh to mobile phones, not just with regards to build quality, but also to reception, but with the sub-$500 “Tough Max”, Telstra thinks it has found a middle ground.
There’s a 7.9 inch iPad and a 9.7 inch iPad, but say that’s not big enough for you, and you’d prefer a laptop-sized iPad for your big images and all. Fine, because now there’s an iPad Pro.
How do you beat the Samsung’s and Sony’s of the world when they’re competing hard with top smartphones sporting solid cameras? You join them and up your game, which is exactly what Apple is doing in the 2015 iPhones.