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Battery Life is #1 when choosing a mobile

Battery Life is #1 when choosing a mobile

Of all the great features you’ll find in the latest smartphones, a recent survey has revealed that for 42 percent of Australians Battery Life plays a big part in choosing which phone they’ll buy.The survey by Huawei also revealed that the biggest complaint Australians had about their current phone was that the battery life was too short. Clearly we have[Read More…]

Protecting your new Smartphone or Tablet at School

Protecting your new Smartphone or Tablet at School

For students starting the new school year with a new tablet device or mobile phone here’s one piece of solid advice…make sure that device has some solid protection….and I’m not just talking about a good internet security App. When I spoke with Les Szabo from Tech21 on this topic and he had some some great advice for ‘covering up’ your new device.[Read More…]

Optus offers mobile data for viewing Ads

Optus offers mobile data for viewing Ads

Would you view advertising content in return for more mobile data? Blowing out your monthly mobile data allowance can be pain…and a costly one at that however Optus has come up with a solution for pre-paid customers to put at extra gigabyte in their hand. Optus Xtra is a new App that gives pre-paid customers (on Android devices) the opportunity to[Read More…]

LG V20 Smartphone arrives November 8

LG V20 Smartphone arrives November 8

If you like to capture video, photos and sound on your smartphone beyond the fun of selfies and holiday snaps…and more in the professional, creative realm the latest premium smartphone from LG could be for you. Arriving next month, the LG V20 will be fitted with multimedia capabilities for users to create high quality content, with 4k resolution video capture[Read More…]

PocJox protects your phone while working out

PocJox protects your phone while working out

  With Smartphones now becoming such an intergral part of any fitness routine (thanks to all those Fitness tracker apps ) it means that leaving your phone behind while exercising has become a thing of the past.  But how do you carry your Smartphone with you and keep it sweat free…and safe? Matt Chapman, an Aussie fitness specialist and personal trainer[Read More…]