Archive for September, 2015

Google Chromecast to stream music

Google aims massively to disrupt the connected audio speaker industry with its new device Chromecast Audio. View the original post

Nexus adds to phone market

Google showcased two Nexus phones and Pixel C tablet with magnetically attached keyboard, in string of announcements. View the original post

The more affordable iPhone?

China phone maker Huawei has announced Australian availability of its long awaited smartphone, watch and tablet. View the original post

Absolutely phablets

The battle between Apple’s newly minted iPhone 6s Plus and Samsung’s rival premium superphones is afoot. View the original post

Google’s big announcement?

Google is hotly tipped to announce two new Nexus smartphones and reveal more details of its new version of Android. View the original post

BlackBerry confirms Android phone

BlackBerry’s new phone will run Google Android’s operating system, welcomed by many but labelled a “sell-out” by some. View the original post

Apple touches fans with new features

The iPhone 6s’s new 3D Touch will foster loyalty among existing Apple users, research firm Telsyte has said. View the original post

Wave-energy pioneers go offshore

An Australian firm plans to set up a commercial wave energy operation in the Maldives, as a test bed for its technology. View the original post

iPhone 6s makes impression

Apple has changed how we interact with smartphones, with a new “hard press” feature on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. View the original post

iPhone 6S: the verdict

After two weeks with Apple’s iPhone 6S, I’m already an addict. I’m hooked on its peek and pop feature. View the original post

Microsoft brings in Uber, PayPal

Outlook 2016 users will be able to book an Uber ride to a meeting and pay a bill in a click or two. View the original post

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