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Huawei Mate 9 delivers a whole lot of phone (review) From the moment you see the dark chocolate “Huawei Design” box adorned with the subtle red Leica Dual camera logo, to the unboxing of a…
Samsung’s Galaxy A5/7 – A Galaxy not very far away (review) Samsung trickles down the features from its premium Galaxy S series to next year’s mid-range A series. There is a lot on offer in the…
ZTE Axon 7 – budget buster packs everything including Dolby Atmos (review) ZTE has released the Axon 7 and Axon 7 Mini Android smartphones in Australia and both provide top-end, flagship features at mid-range prices.
Be LifeProof, be FRĒ – an almost indestructible smartphone case (review) It is not often I am tempted to throw a smartphone from two metres or submerge it in two metres of water for an hour…
LG V20 – the best flagship phone with a removable battery (review) LG’s V20, its uber-flagship, has what no other has – a removable battery in a svelte 7.6mm thin, MIL-SPEC-810G, aircraft aluminium case, and that is…
OPPO R9s – get far more than you pay for (review) OPPO’s new 5.5” AMOLED R9s Android smartphone offers far more than its mid-range price indicates and its quality and performance place it way ahead of…
HTC 10 – its return to greatness (review) HTC’s flagship 10 has been in the wild for half of 2016 – so why is iTWire reviewing it now? Simple – iTWire fell off…
Apple AirPods – disposable and unfixable Apple’s new AirPods, its Bluetooth answer to no headphone jack, have scored zero out of 10 on the repairability scale – no repair or battery…
Jabra’s Elite Sport earbuds (review) These are earbuds on steroids – they are for athletes who want rugged use, an in-ear heart rate monitor, and superior sound.
Fitbit Charge 2 – a fine fitness band (review) Fitness bands now dominate 85% of the wearables market – they do a great job tracking your fitness without pretending to be anything more.

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