Motorola Australia confirms entire Moto 360 (2015) Collection headed here


Motorola announced the second generation Moto 360 (2015) Collection last night and Motorola Australia has now revealed the entire range is headed locally.


Huawei Watch to launch in Australia next month


The Huawei Watch has been known to the world for six months now and soon it’ll be available in Australia.


Huawei Mate S unveiled with improved fingerprint functionality, confirmed for Australia


Huawei’s latest flagship in the Mate line, the Huawei Mate S was announced last night at IFA 2015 and it packs an array of features.


Sony announces Xperia Z5, Z5 Compact and first smartphone with 4K — Z5 Premium


Overnight at IFA 2015 in Berlin, Sony Mobile had some significant news to share when they took to the stage to announce the Xperia Z5, Z5 Compact and Z5 Premium handsets.


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Samsung Australia confirms Gear S2 headed locally


Samsung’s much anticipated first attempt at a smartwatch with a true circular display has been announced and we now know it’ll arrive in Australia.


Sony Australia releases Xperia Z4 Tablet


The IFA 2015 trade show may be ready to commence in Berlin, but Sony Mobile Australia has today announced the Xperia Z4 Tablet is now available in Australia.


Review: OPPO R7


The more premium end of the mid-range market of smartphones has been relatively dormant for some time and of the devices that have been available, a good number aren’t particularly flashy or elegant, despite the price bump for specs.

Enter OPPO R7, the “style in a flash” handset the Chinese OEM is marketing as such and for a number of reasons as we found in our time with it.


LG Australia to make LG Watch Urbane available from retailers September 1


The stunning and elegant LG Watch Urbane has been available on the Google Store locally for some months, but now LG Australia will offer it through retail channels from early September.


Vodafone introduces unlimited standard calls and text across all plans, increases data on some plans


Vodafone are looking to draw more consumers in by both offering unlimited standard nationals calls and texts for all new prepaid, postpaid and business plans, as well as going toe-to-toe with one of its biggest competitors with data at the higher end.

The move comes as the telco sets its sights on consumers who’ve been hit by bill shock, be it through burning through the allowed credit, or exceeding data limits. In addition to the unlimited goodness, those signing up to a $60 or above Red plan or SIM only plan can enjoy 120 minutes of international calls to select countries per month, including: China, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, NZ, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, UK and USA. Those on a ...

Samsung Australia launches Galaxy S6 edge+ and 32GB only Galaxy Note5, pre-orders start today


Samsung Electronics Australia this morning launched their recently announced flagship phablet Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ along with availability and pricing.


Google launches dedicated Hangouts website


Sick of trying to figure out where to access Google Hangouts while on your computer? Google have finally launched a dedicated Hangouts website, so now some habits can be broken.


Android ‘M’ officially named Android Marshmallow, will be version 6.0

Android Marshmallow

Google has kept us waiting and guessing for some time now and today not only did they announce the next dessert as Marshmallow, they’re also pushing out the final developer preview build.


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