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How Samsung is supporting cross-platform gaming

How Samsung is supporting cross-platform gaming

New research from Samsung reveals almost half of Australian gamers say their smartphone is their most frequent gaming device, but with the rise of cross-platform gaming, players can now enjoy their favourite games on a smartphone and then continue on a console or PC.

Google Pixel 8a – Powerful and feature rich at the right price

Google Pixel 8a – Powerful and feature rich at the right price

The Google Pixel 8a stands out as one of the top choices among midrange smartphones available today. Priced from $849 ($949 if you want 256GB storage), it brings together key features from its pricier counterparts, the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, including powerful AI tools, Google’s G3 processor, excellent cameras, and an impressive seven years of software support. While[Read More…]

New Drone doesn’t need a controller

New Drone doesn’t need a controller

Here’s a great new flying drone that’s just hit the market in Australia that requires no piloting skills! Actually, the HoverAir X1 is best described as a flying camera, ideal for selfie style photos and videos from angles you’ll only get from the air. With no controller needed and almost no setup time, The HoverAir X1 launches in seconds and[Read More…]

Telstra Busts Smartphone Myths

I recently spoke with Telstra retail executive Jana Kotatko and we talked though this and some other common myths and mobile folklore.

What your Ringtone says about you

What your Ringtone says about you

A recently study commissioned by Vodafone has revealed some interesting  trends in ringtone behaviours across different generations. When it comes to the volume at which people keep their phones. The study found that over a third of Baby Boomers always have their phones on max volume…whereas almost half of Gen Z and Gen Y say they do not need a[Read More…]