Nexus 5 Tips and Apps to Get Started

Nexus 5 Tips

If you are planning on getting a Nexus 5, or have just received yours, this article is full of tips to get you on your way. Being a regular Galaxy phone owner, it’s always been a cinch to migrate from one phone to another using the Samsung account back up and restore. When I’ve moved to […]

Asus Transformer Infinity First Look

Asus Transformer Infinity GPS

We’ve been following the Asus line of Transformer products ever since they were released, from the first Honeycomb tablet to include a keyboard dock, to the Slider, and then to the Transformer Prime, which set new benchmarks for the Google OS line of tablets. Now, we have the latest model – the Asus Transformer Infinity. Anyone up for a quad […]

Toshiba Android Tablet AT200: A Closer Look

Toshiba Android Tablet AT200

After the popularity and interest in our video (that can be found below) and the article on how Toshiba have stopped selling the AT200 in Australia, which you can read here Toshiba Android Tablet AT200 Ends Before it Begins, we thought we’d take a closer look at Toshiba’s new slimline tablet, as it will still be available […]

Toshiba Android Tablet AT200 Ends Before It Begins

Toshiba Android Tablet AT200

Toshiba Australia very kindly sent us a shiny new Android tablet to play with and we produced a segment, as seen below, and liked a lot about this new tablet. The Toshiba Android Tablet AT200 is the thinnest and lightest 10.1” tablet in the market, beating all other tablets on thinness and weight. The AT200 […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Price Drop

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 price has just come down in Australia.

Here in Australia, Samsung have officially moved price on their entire Galaxy Tab 10.1 range this weekend, with the 16GB Wi-Fi model now only $479 RRP. Here’s the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 price repositions at RRP levels across the range: 16GB Wi-Fi only: $479 64GB Wi-Fi only: $699 16GB Wi-Fi/3G: $629 64GB Wi-Fi/3G: $829 The […]

Google Lab Adds Gesture Control in Android Web Browser

Menu options on Android Web Browser

We have been spending a fair bit of time discussing the Android Web Browser experience on the Android 4 tablet platform, courtesy of the Transformer Prime. We even had a chance to check out the Chrome for Android Beta browser. The fundamental issue here is that even though the stock Android web browser and the […]

Chrome for Android Comes Without Flash Support

Chrome for Android Comes Without Flash Support

Whether it’s on a smartphone or a tablet, the quality of the online browsing experience is critical to the success of any mobile device. Chrome for Android aims to become the optimum browser for Android devices. However, as we pointed out in our previous article, Chrome for Android comes without Flash support in its Beta […]

CES 2012: Samsung Galaxy Note Smartphone

For creative types and business people on the go, the Galaxy Note could be the answer to Multiple Device Syndrome.

One of the more intriguing products to come out of the CES was one that has already been released overseas  but hasn’t yet seen the light of day in either the US or Australia. This was the new Samsung phone, the Galaxy Note, a Smartphone that straddles the space between phone and tablet – and […]

CES 2012: Intel Smartphone Reference Design Demonstration

We were impressed with the performance capabilities of the reference design - if this manifests in a vendor-based smartphone, Intel has a rosy future in the smartphone market.

At the Intel Keynote at the CES, CEO Paul Otenelli made quite a few major announcements, some of which will start to bear fruit later in the year. Of the big pieces of news to come out of that event was Intel’s foray into the Smartphone category – providing chipsets for manufacturers as an alternative […]