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28
Jan
  2004’s Game of Year returns for a mobile resurrection. Return home to Grove Street a second time ‘round  in GTA San Andreas for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone. Weighing in at around 1.6GB (2.5GB for Windows Phone), the mobile version of the highly acclaimed and equally controversial video game lets you take the fun out... Find out more
09
Jan
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (Jan 8-11) is the biggest nerd-fest of the year, or at least, the most obnoxious. It’s the first event on the electronic convention calendar, and the location and nature of the event tends to bring about a bunch of noise and nonsense. Too many chicks, amirite? Already have a phone? Check out Amay... Find out more
06
Sep
Nokia and Motorola stayed away from last week’s Berlin Radio Show, where HTC, Samsung, LG and Sony all showed what they have in store for the Summer of iPhone 5 (hint: more of the same, except for LG who look ready to step up).                    &... Find out more
22
Aug
Bluetooth headsets that don't make you look like a low-rent extra on a BBC sci-fi series might be the holy grail for smartphones. Being able to answer calls, play and pause music, go back and forward on tracks and initiate calls with voice commands - all while your phone stays in your pocket. No sane smartphone user could turn their nose up at that... Find out more
31
Jan
Australia's first 4G smartphone is packed with plenty of superlatives. The fastest and smoothest smartphone yet to be seen on the Australian market, the HTC Velocity 4G promises to leave other smartphone speeds in the dust. The Velocity boasts a large 4.5-inch touchscreen with an eight-megapixel camera that will take beautiful pictures in daylight... Find out more
11
Jan
The first 24 hours of CES are usually the most productive, with Day 2 offering a chance for everyone to calm down and question whether anyone really needs a 7 foot tall, 3D flatscreen with 4 times the definition of today’s hi-def sets. The answer is no. Day 3 will ramp up again, with the big manufacturers saving their most forward-think... Find out more
06
Jan
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the world’s largest electronics trade show, held every January in Las Vegas. Taking 18 days to set up and usually attracting between 150,000 and 200 bamillion people*, CES is famous for offering a showcase of products and technologies that will, with luck, be available for sale before the next  year... Find out more
16
Dec
The last couple of years have seen big changes across the mobile phone market. Smartphones have become the norm, screens are larger, phone cameras are adequate, Apps are essential and storage spaces are vast. Below we have included some of our predictions for what to expect with next year’s smartphones. Is it a tablet or a smartphone?It will... Find out more
31
Oct
Perhaps you thought there was no alternative to the ubiquitous iPhone. Perhaps you were too busy prancing through the iTunes store gulping down Apps, or thumbing your way across the country through Maps. Or dockin’ your iPhone to play that Gotye song for all your friends so they can hear it for the 34859th time. Well, guess what? You’re... Find out more
03
Oct
Samsung Galaxy S IIThe Samsung Galaxy S II is this season’s most popular alternative to the iPhone. The Android smartphone features a striking 4.3 inch Super AMOLED plus touchscreen backed by a sleek, and surprisingly durable plastic case. It includes an impressive 8-megapixel camera plus front facing camera for video chats. It runs with the ... Find out more
29
Jul
Four of Australia’s major mobile plan providers have released new Cap plans for the highly anticipated iPhone 4. The plans include large amounts of data and customers can choose between the 16GB and the 32GB handset. Optus offers the largest range of Cap plans, from $19 a month to $129 a month. Customers who choose a plan which is $39 a month... Find out more
13
Apr
After much speculation, Microsoft has finally launched their highly anticipated 'Pink Phones' on Monday, April 12. Officially dubbed  'Kin phones', these new Microsoft creations have set a high precedent in mobile technology and design for Apple's new iPhone 4 due to be released later this year.Not quite smartphones yet bet... Find out more
07
Apr
The new Motorola  Dext and Backflip Android smartphones will be available in Australia in early April thanks to an exclusive deal between Optus and Motorola. Optus mobile plans will offer plenty of social networking facilites including the ‘MOTOBLUR Happenings’ application that integrates Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and email applic... Find out more
01
Apr
During March, Samsung, Motorola and Nokia were busy unveiling brand new mobile phones which will reach Australia later this year. On March 24th, Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy S Smartphone to be released across Europe, Asia, Latin America, Australia and the US during 2010.The new Samsung Galaxy S smartphone has a 4-inch AMOLED screen to display br... Find out more