When you don’t have a lot of flagship devices, an update is a big deal. Case in point, LG’s G3, which today is getting a little sweeter thanks to Android 5.0, which is rolling out now.
The next version of Windows is almost here, with Microsoft revealing more about Windows 10, an OS that skips a number and unites a bunch of devices under one operating system.
While we’re all waiting for the National Broadband Network to be little more than words from the mouths of politicians, some people want more speed than what ADSL2 can offer, and if that’s you, Vodafone has something that could do the job.
Ever since Star Trek coined the idea of a universal translator, someone has been trying to come up with something close, and while we don’t yet have a Babel fish for our eyes and ears, Google has an app with a neat new trick that gets close.
For some of us, phone upgrades are a constant exercise, with a new product landing in our hands every year, or two, or three. But a project from Google could mean updates are quick, frequent, and easy.
There are cheap phones, and then there are cheap phones, with an emphasis on that last cheap. Microsoft Devices (formerly Nokia) might have something for that category, and while it isn’t quite ready for Australia, we’ve heard rumblings it might be on its way.
Years of saying “Samsung needs to make a metal phone” might finally be paying off, as Samsung announces a new metal-framed phone, though Australia isn’t likely to be on the release list.
Motorola was last to the table for 2014 flagship phones, with the handsets arriving mere weeks before the year ended. Now that 2015 is here, let’s see what all the fuss is about with Motorola’s all new Moto X.