With network expansion in mind, Perth-based telco Pentanet has extended its agreement with wireless infrastructure provider Axicom.
Google's phones have finally beaten Apple's 79 straight monthly victories since January 2012 to win the "Mobile Phone Handset of the month" in Roy Morgan's customer satisfaction monthly award.
Go ogle the new Android OS Oreo 8.1 update — if you have any of the Google Pixel smartphones, or the Nexus 6P and 5X — with other Androids to patiently wait.
LG was the first to ship a phone with Android Nougat – its amazing new V20. It even beat Google’s Pixel to the punch.
Google has released a busload of patches for its Android mobile operating system, with seven of the 78 updates rated as critical.
Google is reportedly designing its own Android smartphones – and for good reason. It can keep them secure and support them with the latest Android version.
LG has started rolling out its new Android Marshmallow update to European markets. Australia is not far behind.
LG’s new hope to replicate smartphone sales success with the Nexus 5X has finally arrived at in-store retail across Australia.
Google has finally decided to go big with its product launches, showcasing its two new flagship Nexus phones, while giving demos of Android Wear and Android Auto - and we have it ALL on video.
Google’s Nexus smartphones have become smarter and better with each new version, and there’s still no need to subject these Nexus Androids to the Voight-Kampff test.
Google continues to be cagey about its plans to become a mobile phone operator. But it does seem its network will be limited to its own phone.
When it comes to iPhones, Samsungs, LGs, HTCs, Sonys, Nokias, Nexuses, Blackberries and other smartphones, protective cases are a dime a dozen, but Tech21’s technology may well cause you to do a double take and give your tech an extra 8 lives.
Google has quietly announced the latest devices in its Nexus line, including a tablet, a massive phablet smartphone and the first device running Android TV - the Nexus Player.
Last week saw some very believable iPad images leak but Google was clearly feeling left out; today images and specifications of a tablet from Google and Taiwanese manufacturer HTC have been revealed.
IT services provider Dimension Data has acquired US-based Nexus.
Nearly 2.3 million media tablets were sold in Australia in the first half of 2013, almost as much as the whole of 2012, according to new research released today.
Samsung will hold its own developers conference in San Francisco this October, after rivals Apple and Microsoft, along with Google, all held their own respective conferences earlier in the year.
Google paddles in the Android hardware market for two reasons – first because it sets standards for Android devices and secondly its revenue model is all about advertising and services – it can afford to take a bath on hardware.
The word around the online town is that online behemoth Google will soon be plying its trade in the physical bricks and mortar retail sector and the people who claim to be in the know say that this more than just a rumour. But does Google have the right products to make it a success?
If the Nexus 7 tablet has you all a-quiver, you'll only have to wait a few weeks for the first deliveries to arrive in Australia. And unlike some smartphones, it's going to be widely available from plenty of retailers.
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