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Android Continues To Gain Market Share Over Apple's iOS In Australia

Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, one of the most authoritative data providers on global smartphone market share, has released its latest survey findings for the three months to July, and Android continues to gain ground in Australia.


This App Lets You Create Custom Shoes With Your Own Photos

Last Friday, Adidas introduced a new app called #miZXFLUX. A novel little iOS and Android app that lets you create custom shoes from your own photography. Finally, I can give all my friends the perfect pair of kicks with my beautiful face all over them.


Our Favourite Android, iOS, And Windows Phone Apps Of The Week

It’s the start of Spring today Down Under! What other reason do you need to spring clean your apps and download some shiny new ones?


You May Finally Be Able To Buy A OnePlus One Smartphone In October

OnePlus One is the best smartphone you can’t buy. Ok, that’s not necessarily true, it’s just really, really hard. It all comes down to invites, which the company gives out during occasional raffles or online contests, that allow lucky winners to then buy the phone.


Samsung Is Getting Nokia's Here For Navigation

However good Google Maps might be, Samsung has decided that it can offer better. Teaming up with Nokia, a beta version of Here for Android is being made available exclusively for Samsung.


Brace Yourselves: The iPhone/Android Wars Are Back In Town

With the announcement that Apple’s holding an event on September the 9th that’s likely to see the official reveal of the next iPhone, we’re going to shift back into the inevitable Android/iOS fan bickering. I really wish we wouldn’t.


7 Glimpses Into Android's Beautiful Future

The newest version of Android (Lemon Meringue Pie?) is on its way, bringing with it a whole new look for Google at large. For now it’s just a beta, but designers are already playing with Google’s new guidelines. So far, so good.


HTC's First 64-Bit Phone Will Be A Mid-Range Desire

HTC’s signalled that it’ll launch a 64-bit ARM-based handset on September 4th. The surprising news is that this isn’t a high range handset.


The Nexus 6 Could Be The Nexus X Because Of Blade Runner

When talking about unannounced smartphones, everything is uncertain — including the name. And while it makes sequential sense that Motorola’s rumoured upcoming contribution to the Nexus line would be the Nexus 6, it will likely be called something else. Because the Nexus 6 already exists.


China Wants Its Own Homegrown OS To Replace Windows And Android

The Chinese computing market looks much like most of the world. Windows rules desktops. Android rules smartphones. Now, the Chinese government wants to challenge both giants by putting its own homegrown operating system on everything.


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