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ANZ customers can now Apple Pay

2 years ago

ANZ today announced it will offer Apple Pay to its five million customers in Australia. This enables ANZ card account holders to use their compatible iPhones to make

HTC’s 10 is here: metal with UltraPixels, 24-bit sound

2 years ago

It can be hard to discern the difference between flagship phones these days, but HTC is hoping to sweeten the deal with a focus on design, sound, and camera quality to make its 2016 phone the best of the bunch.

Google’s new Nexus phones are here and no longer mid-range

2 years ago

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.

Sony’s Xperia Z5 range arrives in Australia

2 years ago

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.

Tap and Pay comes to Galaxy S6, S6 Edge owners at Westpac

3 years ago

In the future, you’ll be able to leave your wallet at home, and you might not even have one altogether. That’s the idea, anyway, as Westpac joins CommBank and switches NFC payments on for owners of the Samsung Galaxy S6.

Sony gives two 30x compacts the ability to take selfies

3 years ago

We all know what a “selfie” is, but we’re not always happy with the outcome, and sometimes that’s just because of the quality of photos, but what if you had a compact camera that you could see the image on? As of June, Sony will have two.

Samsung launches Galaxy S6, S6 Edge; pricing revealed

3 years ago

Samsung’s new line-up of Galaxy phones is almost here, with a release date in early April, but if you’re eyeing one, you’ll want to know the price, and in line with other new smartphones, neither the Galaxy S6 or its S6 Edge sibling are particularly cheap.

Canon offers enthusiast photographers and videographers a choice

3 years ago

Part of the reason cameras have been getting smaller over the years has been the convergence of technologies. For instance, you don’t need a top LCD if the big one at the back can do it. But while Canon has made changes like that in its own cameras, it will now be giving camera owners the choice.

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