Phones

  • How does Mobile Phone technology work?

    How do mobile phones work. ...
  • Google announces the Pixel 5, another 5G phone under $1,000

    Google has announced the Pixel 5 overnight and it’s one of the most affordable flagship phones on the market. Coming in at $999.00 the phone comes with 5G capability, something fairly rare for phones under the thousand dollar mark. Along with 5G support, Google has also packed in a...
  • TCL launch first smartphone range in Australia

    You may be more familiar with TCL TVs, but now the electronics company are bringing their smartphones to Australia. The TCL 10 Pro and TCL 10L will be available in Australia from next Monday (August 10th). The recently announced TCL 10-Series line up of mid-tier Android smartphones includes the...
  • How new technologies are changing our lives

    Over the years, modern technology has continued to revolutionize the world, changing our daily lives for the better. Advancements in tech have seen the creation of amazing tools and resources that enable new careers and give us access to the world’s information wherever we go. More importantly, modern tech...
  • Huawei Mate 30 runs EMUI10 on AOSP. No Google Services means this is DOA.

    Well the big US vs China war has finally come to bite us in a serious way. Overnight, Huawei officially annnounced the Mate 30 Pro and while they’d love you to focus on the new cameras, the big story here is the software. I’ve been a big fan of...
  • LG believes Time of Flight module is the next big thing in smart phones

    LG Innotek, a materials and components manufacturer and an affiliate of LG group, announced today that it will begin the mass production of ToF (Time of Flight; measuring of flight-time distance) module for smartphones. The LG G8ThinQ is a new flagship smartphone to be released on the 24th, houses...
  • Review: Google Pixel 3

    Google's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL are the company's latest flagship devices. When you buy a phone directly from Google, rather than one of the other OEMs, you get a device that comes with stock Android. That means there's no manufacturer or carrier software layer, but you get exactly...
  • Don’t expect Android Nougat on your device anytime soon

    Google may have released Android version 7 (aka Nougat) today, but unless you have a Nexus device, expect a lengthy wait. The updated has over 250 major features according to Google, but that does nothing for the revenue of carriers and manufacturers. Ultimately the reason so many Android devices still run...
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    Pre-orders now live for Galaxy S7 on Telstra, Vodafone, Virgin

    Telstra Telstra customers can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge now (from Friday 26 February from 12:01am). Customers pre-ordering these phones will receive a free Samsung Gear VR, but you better be quick, with the disclaimer of “while stocks last”. There’s no stated number of GearVRs that are...
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