Christmas is pretty much right around the corner, and if you haven’t had the time to grab a gift, we’re going to help out with some ideas at shops that shouldn’t be too hard to find.
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.
If you’re a keen Instagrammer and you live by the camera of your smartphone, you’ll be happy to hear you have new filters inbound, as well as a way of switching off the ones you don’t like.
What does $99 buy you in a phone? The answer is apparently 4G, and now Telstra is joining in with the whole budget 4G movement, with a small, fast, and cheap HTC handset.
This year has been stellar for smartphones, and customers are now spoiled for choice, but it’s not done yet, and Motorola is getting in what what appears to be the last new release of the year.
Our final gift guide for 2015 is all about budgets, because you’ve been tightening the belt in all regions this year, so why not have a cost-cutting celebration also.
Google’s experiment into a cheaper version of virtual reality isn’t just an experiment anymore, as Google takes “Cardboard” more places, showing you how to make it yourself and getting more app developers involved.
Fancy a big phone with a huge price? Huawei may have the handset for you, and it may even have a leg up on quite a few of its colossal competitors.
So much for a virtual reality friendly holiday season, as Samsung tells Aussies that it won’t be playing with the headset this Christmas.
While Vodafone took the lead on international mobile bill shock solutions, joined by Optus shortly thereafter, Telstra is finally chiming in with some relief of its own.