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Sony's Xperia Z4 Tablet Finally Gets Australian Price, Release Date

After being unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February, Sony is finally bringing its tiny, tiny Xperia Z4 tablet Down Under.

LG G Watch Urbane Gets Australian Price And Release Date

The vast majority of smartwatches are unstylish. This much we know. LG is doing everything it can to bring the age of the unfashionable wrist-computer to an end with the G Watch Urbane: a sexy smartwatch which is finally coming to Australia.

Samsung GS6 Edge+: Australian Pricing And Release Date [Updated]

Confusing name, beautiful phone. The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ now has an Australian price and release date.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Australian Pricing And Release Date [Updated]

Samsung’s new darling children are here in Australia! The Galaxy Note 5 is large, in charge and shipping to Aussies next month. Here’s what you’ll pay.

Moto X Style, Moto X Play, Moto G 2015: Australian Price, Release

Want some more Motorola goodness in your life? The company’s best line-up yet hits Australian shores real soon, and we’ve got your pricing and where you can get it.

Virgin Mobile Says Other Telcos Selling Air Because They Take Your Data Away

When you think about it, Australia’s mobile telcos are all pretty boring. But wait for it, this afternoon got exciting thanks to some shade from Virgin Mobile’s CEO. He thinks other telcos are ripping you off, donchaknow.

The Apple Watch Is Now Being Sold In Harvey Norman, JB Hi-Fi And Myer

When the Apple Watch started selling in Best Buy stores around the US, we wondered if we’d see it in third-party Australian retail stores soon too. Wonder no longer: the Apple wearable is being sold in third-party retailers in Australia right now.

You Can Buy The Pebble Time Smartwatch Right Now

Who needs a $1000 smartwatch, anyway? At least that’s the question Pebble want you to ask yourself when considering their news today: the brand spanking new $US200 Pebble Time is available right now.

iiNet CEO Warns NBN Must Be Cheaper To Keep Up With Netflix Demand

Australia loves Netflix. Almost too much, in fact according to iiNet’s CEO David Buckingham.

Optus Introduces Data Rollover On Pre-Paid

As part of a pricing revamp for pre-paid customers, Optus has introduced data rollover, allowing customers to hang onto their unused data.

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