Mobile World Congress brought us new smartphones from Samsung, LG, Xiaomi, Sony and Alcatel, but whose devices stole the show? Virtual Reality was another heavily-hyped topic at MWC, but is…
Many Australian telcos are switching to plans with unlimited call and text provisions. Telstra is by far the biggest player not to have largely switched to that model — so I asked them why.
Samsung’s latest premium phones are refinements of the existing Galaxy designs, but they’re joined by a cute little 360 degree camera as well.
It wasn’t exactly a secret that LG had a smartphone in the wings to reveal at MWC. It turns out that it had a bit more besides.
Telstra’s busy at Mobile World Congress, announcing a new very fast hotspot, as well as plans to implement Wi-Fi calling and Video over LTE calls by mid-year.
Things are hotting up at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, with a great lineup of new gear. Meanwhile content owners are cooling on the idea of a three strikes policy for Aussie pirates, as no-one wants to foot the bill. Elsewhere, Apple has backflipped on the deadly Error 53.
About a week ago, I wrote a piece about Apple’s seemingly slipping software standards. Not everyone agrees on this, however.
Facebook’s “Instant Articles” platform promises to pay small content creators for the articles they publish to Facebook. That’s got to be a win, doesn’t it? Not quite.
If you ever wanted proof that there’s some serious competition in the budget prepaid space, Lebara’s latest set of deals should serve your needs nicely.
Apple is rolling in buckets of money, so you’d think it could spend a little more on making things “just work”. Instead, users are getting apps that are growing worse, or devices that seem hell-bent on killing themselves.