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The Best Smartphone Camera: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edition

With spring comes the launch of another Samsung Galaxy phone. The S6 and S6 Edge are on their way into the hands of the masses, so we thought we would fire up the cameras and see how the newbies fare against tried and true competitors for the title of best smartphone camera.


The Samsung Galaxy S6 Has As Much Bloatware As Ever

You know the rumours about how the Galaxy S6 would have dramatically less bloatware? How a bunch of the Samsung apps would be deletable if not completely optional? Yeah, not true. It’s a bummer, but the Galaxy S6 has as much bloatware as ever.


How To Change The Battery On The New Galaxy S6

You guys. The built-in status of the Samsung Galaxy S6’s battery doesn’t mean the battery is totally non-removable. All you need is your Galaxy S6, a hair dryer, tweezers, a micro Phillips head screwdriver, a spudger tool, an intimate knowledge of electrical engineering and about an hour to kill. Simple!


Buying A New Smartphone? Here’s What You Need To Know

It’s flagship phone season, which means that many of you will be hitting your the market to see if you can pick up some new smartphone shiny! Here’s everything you need to know before you buy.


Buying A New Tablet? Here’s What You Need To Know

Whether you’re a first-time buyer or a seasoned tech-head, choosing between any of the dozens of tablets on the market can be a daunting task. Here are the important things to consider when you’re considering picking up a new tablet.


Need A Fat SSD? $240 Gets You A 500GB Samsung 850 EVO

The Australian dollar might be weaker than it was a year ago, but bargains can still be found on the likes of Amazon. If you’re in the market for an SSD, Samsung’s 500GB 850 EVO is currently on-sale for $US180. Even when you factor in the exchange rate and shipping, it’s a great deal compared to local offerings.


Buying A New Big Screen TV? Here's What You Need To Know

Thinking of picking up a new flatscreen TV any time soon? Whether you’re thinking of spending a motza on a massive OLED, curved, 4K extravaganza or just picking up a cheap second screen for the bedroom or kid’s room, there are a few things you should keep in mind when you’re shopping around.


Bank-Slaying, Gold-Plated Samsung Galaxy S6 Is Very Shiny

For most, extravagance in mobile phones is opting for the 64GB or 128GB version of your favourite model and buying a fancy carbon-fibre case for it. Mention this to the one per cent however, and they’ll laugh at you while imbibing the best in ensorcelled wines and smoking unicorn-scented tobacco from pipes fashioned of wood sourced from Neptune. Oh, and a few of them will be making calls on one of these 24-karat gold Samsung Galaxy S6s.


Samsung 850 Evo SSD: Australian Review

Sometimes, even if you’re only spending a small amount of money, it’s worth shelling out that little bit more and getting yourself a superior piece of technology. That edict is very much true when it comes to getting a new solid state drive for your PC, actually. Samsung’s 850 Evo SSD is relatively cheap, but doesn’t give up any ground when it comes to performance, warranty or bundled features.


Samsung Gear VR: Australian Review

Virtual reality is the future. You can’t deny that, after the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive and the LG G3 VR and Google Cardboard all sparked excitement and widespread wonder upon their announcements. But VR is, at the moment, by and large an experience confined to your home and to your gaming PC. But not if you happen to possess a Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Samsung’s Gear VR is a hell of a lot of fun, for not many people.