Sam Skontos is the Alcatel Australia boss. He does not mince words. He wants cheap, unregulated, shoddy smartphone imports stopped.
Good news if you love BlackBerry and yearn for something new, because Australians will be able to get their mitts on a new phone made in the image of the older phones. That’s (the) Classic, BlackBerry.
BlackBerry’s grip on the business smartphone market has more or less loosened to the point of barely being held, but the company doesn’t want to be forgotten and will have a nod to customers coming next year.
When it comes to smartphone shopping, Australians are spoiled for choice. There are loads of top products out there, but how do you pick something that’s right for you?
Once the king of the mobile email, BlackBerry is trying to make itself heard once again, and while it reinvented its smartphones for a new generation earlier in the year, it's time to show it can have a bigger phone, too.
If you liked the look of the new new BlackBerry but still can't picture the email-friendly smartphone without a physical keyboard, your wish is about to come true, as BlackBerry announces that its key-wielding handset arrives in a couple of weeks.
There are plenty of people out there that don't like typing on a touchscreen, and Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry seems keen on impressing those customers, with the introduction of a handset designed for youths, button mashers, and anyone else who hates pressing letters on a screen.
Once a market leader, the BlackBerry camp hasn't had much movement in recent years, as the handsets struggled to compete with Apple and Android. Now, though, there might be a fighting chance, as BB launches version 10 of its platform alongside new devices.
With the release of the new iPad, Apple has dropped the price of its iPad 2, the very tablet other manufacturers so recently competed with. So with a cheaper iPad, we wanted to know, would the competition drop its prices to get the attention of customers?
Remember when your parents used to clip coupons so you could save money on food and fun? Believe it or not, there's now an app for that.
The electronica-obsessed in our audience that can't move their ears from a set of headphones will be pleased to know that a new DJ app is on its way to a tablet, although it may not be the tablet you expect.
The BlackBerry Playbook is the first tablet from Research In Motion and is being talked up to be a true competitor to the Apple iPad. It's just arrived in our offices and we'll now be putting it through its paces!
With more than 80 models on show, tablets led the charge at this year’s Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Here’s our pick of the
This year has seen many great mobile handset releases, and the high-end features that debuted on premium models are now trickling down to the budget
Just launched in Australia, the BlackBerry 9800 Torch takes what you love from past BlackBerry devices and makes it better than ever, combining a 3.2
Apple and Android have a new competitor in Research In Motion’s first tablet device, a 7 inch slate named the PlayBook. Powered by