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Retailing for $349 at retail stores while Vodafone offers it to post-paid users for just $299, the TCL 20 R 5G wants to prove you don't need to spend $1000+ on a phone, nor need fancy folding screens, to have a great smartphone experience.

Published in Home Tech

TCL's NXTWEAR G wearable display glasses have finally arrived in store, replicating a 140-inch screen on a pair of lightweight glasses that connect via cable to anything with USB-C video out for $899 from Harvey Norman, with 6 months free Optus Sport subscription.

Published in Home Tech

TCL is one of the Chinese leaders in tech, and its latest TCL 20 series is making a play as a brand delivering top quality tech at affordable pricing, with the TCL 20 Pro 5G the company's flagship smartphone with what it says is "several display and camera upgrades designed to take the user experience to new heights."

Published in Home Tech

Top Indian IT firms, that handle a sizeable amount of work for overseas clients, are facing much higher rates of staff attrition as demand for tech staff grows, the website Nikkei Asia claims.

Published in Outsourcing

Foldable smartphones, not everyone's cup of tea after some models received a less than stellar welcome, are still expected to ship 18 million units by the end of 2022, the technology research firm Counterpoint Research says.

Published in Mobility

The prices of 5G devices in the US are likely to drop as low as US$200 (A$257) this year, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says, adding that this could come about due to the expanding coverage and OEMs looking to meet demand at different prices.

Published in Mobility

With the ACMA's December 2020 study showing 46% of Australian children age 6 to 13 already using mobile phones, its clear that parents are buying them for their children, with sister companies Alcatel and TCL promoting a model each for this age group.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

With new 5G smartphones using NXTVISION 2.0 screen tech, a new tablet using NXTPAPER screens delivering “one of the most advanced eye protection displays on the market”, multi-screen collaboration and more, TCL should have a very successful 2021.

Published in Home Tech

The extent to which the smartphone market is being flooded with new devices can be gauged from the fact that this week — with the economy in the toilet due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic — there have been four companies announcing new wares.

Published in Open Sauce

Chipmaker Qualcomm Technologies has released its first 5G mobile platform in the 6-series, the Snapdragon 690 5G, which it claims will pave for the way for cheaper smartphones that can use the new technology.

Published in Mobility

TCL Communication, better known for its range of cheap television sets, has announced its first lot of self-branded smartphones, the TCL 10 series, all of which are priced under US$500. The devices will be available for sale later this year, with availability dates to be announced over the next few weeks. Two of the models will be sold in Australia.

Published in Mobility

Smart watches have come of age, with the latest being a sub-$200 model called the MOVETIME Family Watch, letting parents stay in touch with 4G calls, video calls, photo sharing, messaging and GPS tracking.

Published in Home Tech

Chinese consumer electronics powerhouse TCL has launched its "Born a Legend" competition, asking "Aussie content creators to share an ‘everyday hero’ story to win" A$10,000!

Published in Development

Is the end of flat screens nigh? Probably not, as flat devices are sure to be with us for years yet, but with TCL's patented DragonHinge set to fire up MWC 2019, the Game of Phones is set to enter a whole new chapter.

Published in Development

Although Sharp has been showcasing 8K capable TVs for some time, Samsung, LG and now TCL have taken the opportunity to show off 8K models they all hope you'll upgrade to from as early as 2019.

Published in Home Tech

Politicians in the US have started taking a close look at the relationship between search behemoth Google and Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, with the move coming soon after Google said it would not be renewing a deal to help the Pentagon improve its drone targeting.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Thursday, 01 June 2017 08:30

BlackBerry KEYone coming soon to Australia

BlackBerry’s KEYone, hailed as a good, solid, work phone with a keyboard and decent performance, is available for pre-order in Australia with delivery in July.  

Published in Mobility

BlackBerry used the Mobile World Congress to launch its last fully BlackBerry designed, secure smartphone with a keyboard. But it is the first made by Chinese licensee TCL (makers of Alcatel) who will take over stewardship of the design, manufacture, and marketing of BlackBerry smartphones from here on in.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 16 December 2016 09:57

BlackBerry handsets back

BlackBerry has announced a long-term licensing agreement with TCL Communication Technology, makers of the Alcatel brand, to design, manufacture, sell and provide customer support for BlackBerry-branded mobile devices.

Published in Mobility

Alcatel, Australia’s third largest smartphone seller, has reinforced its commitment to VR and 360° photography and is launching VISION, a wireless all-in-one virtual reality device, two Alcatel 360 Cameras, and partnerships with four of the world’s most innovative 360° camera makers.

Published in Home Tech
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