A recent report from Avast has revealed that the typical person has 952 photos on their devices at any given time, of which as many as 22 percent are bad quality - either blurry, dark or duplicate images.
Leading smartphone companies are ready to welcome the year 2019 with new and innovative devices. Huawei is expected to launch its flagship phone Nova 4 in February.
Huawei has a long history with the G-series, and it has always been about solid beautiful design, decent hardware and a decent price to boot. Let’s meet the G9 Plus which is set to be released anytime soon.
Lenovo Vibe X3 which was recently released in China set the world on fire. Now with this Vibe X3 Lite, it is set to take the world by storm.
In what seems to be a new lineup from the Chinese manufacturer; Oppo A53 is set to deliver quality with affordability in the large screen market.
With recent Galaxy research revealing the biggest causes of confusion when it comes to choosing a mobile plan are the way rates for data, calls and texts are quoted (29%) and estimating how much data to include in the plan (28%).
So you want to look stand out from the rest? Go and get yourself the Oppo Mirror 5S and you will immediately gain that status.
On show with us today are two of the more uncommon names in the market right now. But boy, you would be wrong if you were to underestimate either of them. But does Yu Yureka Plus and Panasonic Eluga Icon have what it takes to compete in this highly competitive market? We will soon find out.
We all know about the two iPhone’s that was announced a couple of days ago and today we’ll take a look at the promotion that Virgin Mobile is having for the two smartphones.
Do you find those self-destructing gadgets in spy films like Mission Impossible or James Bond cool? Except for the exploding part, that may soon be realised as Boeing, the aerospace and defence company, announced the Boeing Black (not to be confused with Geeksphone Blackphone), a highly secured smartphone.
I could clearly remember how Qualcomm bashed its competitors like Samsung and MediaTek for releasing octa-core chipset. They even exerted extra effort by releasing a sort of infomercial detailing that it is really not about the number of cores but rather the quality of it. Well I guess the tide has turned on Qualcomm’s side as they announce their very first ever octa-core chipset, the Snapdragon 615.
Just a few days ago, Taiwanese chipset maker, MediaTek, unveiled its latest chipset for mobile devices, the MT6595. The new chipset boasts to be the world’s first octa-core SoC that is capable of LTE connectivity.
For two months over Christmas and New Year Dick Smith is bundling a Globalgig international roaming SIM and $30 of credit with any sim-enabled tablet purchased from any of its 330 electronics retail stores in Australia.
Signalling its strengthened commitment to the on-the-go business management needs of all Australian SMEs, MYOB today announced it will launch two different mobile solutions in Q1 2014. One is for businesses and the other is for accountants.