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A Web Browser On The Apple Watch Is As Bad As You'd Imagine

There is a short list of things that smartwatches are good for. Browsing the internet is not one of them.


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

It has been another interesting week of apps. Two major apps finally make their way to iOS and Android, and Windows Phone gets two of the best mobile games in recent memory. So if you got some time to kill, take a look at these software wares.


LG G4 Review: The Past Is Worth Preserving

Evolution is tedious work. It fashioned us out of primordial goo into the smartest species in the known universe. But that slow work of removing what sucks, fixing what’s broken, and perfecting what’s great takes time. The LG G4 follows in step, creating not the most exciting Android phone ever made — but maybe the best.


How To Use The Bento App For An Ultra-Personalised Android Home Screen

There are plenty of alternative Android launchers looking to replace your stock experience — Nova, Apex and Aviate among them — but Bento is designed to take on Google Now at what it does best: personalisation.


The Moto X Just Got A Fun New Gesture That Turns On The Torch

Briefly: An Android 5.1 update is rolling out to the 2014 Moto X. It adds a new gesture that turns the torch on and off. To do it, simply “chop twice”. That sounds weird, but makes more sense when you look at this GIF.


Top 5: The Best Android Smartphones

Chart: Looking for a new phone? Here are the best Android smartphones available in Australia as of April 28, 2015.


Free Games Friday: Mighty Switch Force!, Dictator: Revolt, Archipelago

The weekend’s almost here, so you have time to relax and check out a free game (or three) on your smartphone. Here are the highlights from the last week.


Sony Launches Selfie Smartphone

As annoying as the whole selfie fad is (don’t get us started on the sticks), sometimes it’s actually pretty handy to be able to snap a picture of yourself. But is it worth buying an entire phone for?


Moto E Review: When Cheap Actually Just Means Cheap

Last year, all the most exciting mobile phones were dirt cheap. For just a few hundred dollars, I could buy an amazing device without tying myself to a contract. So I convinced myself cheap phones were the future. Maybe they still are. But not Motorola’s Moto E. It isn’t nearly daring enough.


App Deals: Discounted iOS iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone Apps

Today’s best deals include Royal Escape on Android, Icewind Dale on iOS and Ape Of Steel on Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick!