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  • Top apps still missing from WP7

    There has definitely been a lull in WP7 releases of late, undoubtedly due to developers holding off till they can ship Mango compatible versions. We’re likely to see a flood of updated and new apps hit the marketplace soon, until then I thought its worth highlighting which mainstream apps...
  • Review: Sony Ericsson Experia Arc

    The Xperia Arc is Sony Ericsson’s centrepiece in their smartphone line-up. The 4.2” display is encased in a sexy thin and light body and is one impressive piece of engineering. Powered by Android 2.3.2 (Gingerbread), the Xperia Arc is valid competitor in today’s smartphone market. The Arc feels good...
  • WP7 Nodo, less than a month away, still no specific date.

    In the very early hours of the morning, Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer keynoted in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress 2011. Naturally Ballmer spent time discussing the recent Nokia deal, but then called on Joe Belfiore to demonstrate some of the upcoming WP7.5 (Mango) features due later this year. These...
  • Telstra revamp consumer data caps, massive increases

    Today Telstra continued its march into competitiveness with a revamp of its mobile data caps. These changes only affect consumer plans, but are available to new and existing customers. Some deals seen the download cap increase by 500%, making for a very competitive offering. No longer are Telstra going...
  • Dell Streak arrives on Optus October 1 (next Friday)

    Dell have announced a partnerships with Optus to sell the Dell Stream in Australia from October 1st. The Streak will go on sale for $0 upfront on a $59 cap or those looking for more freedom can buy it outright for A$649. Dell are calling the Streak a 5...
  • Nokia’s N8 ad is better than the phone

    The most popular Nokia products have been their candybar phones. While feature phones suit the needs of millions of users, the hot end of the market (and frankly the interesting part) is clearly smart phones. While Nokia’s premium N line of phones have been around for a while, post...
  • Google Nexus One, shipping to Australia ? A: No.

    Image credit: Engadget The latest and greatest Smart Phone is about have its very own launch event in the US. If your really keen, you can tune into the Gizmodo Liveblog at 1PM US Eastern Time (Around 8am AEDST) tomorrow morning to get all the juicy details. The Nexus...