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Optus has begun selling an iPhone 6 adaptor for the Thuraya SatSleeve smartphone-to-satphone accessory.

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Mint Technology's Qi wireless charging adaptors for the Samsung Galaxy S3 and S4 fit right inside the case.

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Monday, 18 February 2013 00:14

Apple has already lost the smartphone war

When I walked in to the phone shop and saw it on the shelf, I already knew I wasn't going to buy the iPhone 5. It had a small unimpressive screen, looked unremarkably similar to what I already had and and Apple even wanted to force me to buy a new adapter to fit my existing devices. And here was a Samsung phone that was already a generation ahead, with a new model soon to arrive. Is there anything Apple can do?

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Tuesday, 18 September 2012 16:18

Australians sorely tempted by iPhone 5

The results of a new survey suggest a mind-boggling 80% of Australians are planning to buy an iPhone 5, and that Samsung stands to lose a large chunk of its installed base.

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One has to wonder at the frightening phenomenon that Apple has become. This uniquely singular corporation has not only generated fabulous wealth for its shareholders; it has created a cult of zombies who feel it is their sworn duty to defend the honour of their beloved supplier of consumer gadgets against wicked naysayers.

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Wednesday, 08 August 2012 18:15

Cygnett case for Galaxy S III is no eggshell

The Samsung Galaxy S III is a fine phone, though at the spendy end of the price spectrum. If you're the sort of person that gives a handset a tough life, the Cygnett WorkMate case might help preserve your investment.

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Melbourne-based StudioProper has made quite a splash with its range of iPad cases that connect magnetically to a variety of mounting options.

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The trouble with smartphones is that the better and more useful they are, the more you use them, and the more you use them, the faster the battery goes flat. Recharging during the day isn't always possible if your idea of being out and about doesn't include driving, so one answer is an external battery.

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