VIDEO Interview: Apple Watch Series 3 LTE demo at Telstra, now on sale! The LTE e-SIM in the Apple Watch 3 is up and running, and at the Telstra Store across from Apple’s flagship Sydney store, I received…
Galaxy Studio to feature Galaxy Note8 in Fed Square for six weeks, Note8 media launch wrap Melbourne’s Federation Square will be host to the Samsung Galaxy Studio experience, which for six weeks will showcase Samsung’s Note8 and more, with as much…
GNOME Foundation backs smartphone based on free software The GNOME Foundation has announced that it will back the bid by San Francisco-based computer manufacturer Purism and the KDE Desktop project to produce the…
‘Streaming obsessed’ Aussies on the go with TV, entertainment: survey Commuting consumers have taken to streaming their favourite entertainment and TV shows to a new height, with 64% using their smartphones and mobile devices for…
OVO cuts price on 100GB mobile plan as demand soars Australian mobile provider OVO has seen demand for its 100GB for $100 pre-paid plan soar to the extent that it has now reduced the price…
Google deletes Android back-ups without warning Google will delete back-ups of Android devices, after warning users who have not used their devices for two weeks and without telling them how long…
Check your 32-bit apps now before iOS 11 arrives Apple's iOS 11 comes out this week, but with it, you may find many of your apps disappear. Here's how to prepare.
Singtel offers 'unlimited' mobile plans with a catch Singapore telco Singtel has announced "unlimited" mobile plans with a small catch: the maximum one can download on the 500Mbps download speed offered on the…
KDE, Purism plan smartphone based on free software San Francisco-based computer manufacturer Purism has joined hands with the KDE Desktop project to bring out the world's first free smartphone.

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