Posted in News

Anyone for an Optus Watch?

Optus has announced it’ll offer its own NFC-enabled wearables to expand the scope of its Cash By Optus contactless payment system.

Continue Reading Anyone for an Optus Watch?
Posted in Reviews

Hands On With Fujitsu’s Iris recognition

Forget TouchID. The future of smartphone security is in your eyes.

Continue Reading Hands On With Fujitsu’s Iris recognition
Posted in Reviews

Microsoft Lumia 640/640 XL Australian Hands On

I’ve just had a brief play with Microsoft’s latest mid-range Lumia devices, the Lumia 640 and Lumia 640XL. Here’s some early impressions.

Continue Reading Microsoft Lumia 640/640 XL Australian Hands On
Posted in News

Samsung unpacks Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge

Samsung’s taken the wrapper off the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S5 Edge.

Continue Reading Samsung unpacks Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge
Posted in News

HTC One M9: Specifications

If you’re the just-the-specs-ma’am type, here’s what you need to know about the HTC One M9.

Continue Reading HTC One M9: Specifications
Posted in Reviews

HTC One M9: Australian Hands On

It’s no secret that HTC has struggled in the Android space next to Samsung’s marketing might. Can the HTC One M9 reverse that tide? Here’s…

Continue Reading HTC One M9: Australian Hands On
Posted in News

HTC Vive and Grip: HTC Takes Aim At Virtual Reality and Fitness

The HTC Grip will target sports fanatics, while the HTC Vive is a VR headset produced in partnership with Valve.

Continue Reading HTC Vive and Grip: HTC Takes Aim At Virtual Reality and Fitness
Posted in News

Huawei goes Wearable at MWC

If there’s an early theme at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, it’s wearable technology, with Huawei announcing multiple new wearable devices today.

Continue Reading Huawei goes Wearable at MWC