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LG G3: Australian Review

How have they done this? How? How has LG taken last year’s monumental disappointment and turned it into one of this year’s most exciting phones? You know what? I don’t even care how, all I care about is how good it is to use. This is the LG G3, and it’s the phone that demands your attention.


This Is The New $229 Kogan Agora

The Android market seems to have been split in two of late: the battle of the biggest, baddest superphones alive with the Galaxy S5, One M8 and LG G3, and the war for the wallet with cheap phones like the Nexus 5, Moto G and Moto E. As of today, there’s a new contender that hopes to level the cheap end of the playing field: the latest, updated Kogan Agora.


The Price Is Right: Should You Buy The iPhone 5c Or iPhone 5?

When Apple rolled out the bright lights and party favours for the new iPhone launch, we were lucky enough to get not one, but two new iPhones: the flagship 5s and the colourful 5c. The 5c is still almost a carbon copy of the iPhone 5 under the hood, so which one should you buy? A used iPhone 5 or a shiny new iPhone 5c?


HTC Desire 816: Australian Review

Can a mid-range phone really be better than its big brother? At this price, it’s certainly possible. Meet the HTC Desire 816: your new phone at half the price of a flagship.


The Price Is Right: Should You Still Buy The Nexus 5?

When the Nexus 5 was released back in November of last year, it flipped the script on the smartphone market. Never before had a flagship phone with such amazing features been so price accessible. It’s such good value that we’re still comparing it to flagship devices released in mid-2014 like the Galaxy S5 and the HTC One M8. As the Nexus 5 comes up on its first birthday, we thought we’d take a look at the field as it sits today to see if Google’s pride and joy is still good value, both on contract and for outright purchase.


HTC One M8 Australian Review: Your New Old Mate

The All-New HTC One, the HTC One M8, or the “my God, that thing is pretty”. No matter what you call it, the HTC One is back with a new model, and it’s another great leap forward.


Samsung Galaxy Tab S: Australian Review

Samsung is back, and it’s come to the yard with a stick big enough to whack the iPad for six. Will Apple’s tablet fall at the Galaxy’s challenge? We’ve been locked in the labs to find out.


Samsung Tab S Now Has An Australian Price

Samsung’s new premium tablet, the Tab S, is on it’s way to Australia. Here’s what you can pick it up for.


New Vodafone Plans Give You Two Months Of Virtually Unlimited Data

The hardest thing about signing up for a phone plan these days is figuring out just how much data you’re going to use on your plan. Vodafone wants to make it easier to figure that out by releasing new 4G plans with extra data, and by giving users two months free from the shackles of excess data charges so you can figure out just how much you’re going to use on your plan.


NBN Co To Start FTTB Installations In 2015

NBN Co is now in a foot race TPG to see who can roll-out a fibre-to-the-building/basement network first: will it be the plucky ISP, or the government’s-own monopoly? NBN Co has issued a new product roadmap showing everything it plans to do over the next two years, including the release date for FTTB services.