Wednesday , August 23 2017

Scott Plowman   Associate Editor

Scott is our modding guru - he has his finger on the pulse of all things ‘moddable’, pointing us towards all the cutting edge mods hacks that are available. When he’s not gymming it up, or scanning the heck out of Nexus devices, you'll find him on the Ausdroid Podcast.

Outside of Ausdroid, Scott's a health care professional and lecturer at a well known Victorian university.

Swype Finally Comes to Play

I remember it fondly.  It was 2010 and I was sitting in a seminar when I received an email from a friend regarding the innovative keyboard, Swype.  At this time Swype was installed on phones by manufacturers (Samsung Galaxy S was one of the first) but was unavailable to purchase …

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More Motorola hints in Google’s Q1 earnings call

Lately we have seen a few people from both Motorola and Google hint at devices from Motorola being a cutting edge device.  Today during Google’s earnings call CEO Larry Page made a statement regarding the rumoured upcoming Motorola device(s). “Think about your device. Battery life is a challenge for most …

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Nexus 4 gets a design upgrade?

It seems that the hackers favourite friend, the Nexus 4, has recently ducked out for a bit of a nip and tuck.  German site Mobiflip noticed a couple of changes to the Nexus 4 they received that while seemingly minor may make a significant difference.  I say “may make a significant …

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Galaxy S4 in the news…. again

The Samsung machine is at it again.  Creating more news for all of us to inhale, digest, or ignore depending on your preference.  Overnight several little snippets were released, however none by by Samsung themselves. Qualcomm on the Galaxy S4 camera First cab of the rank is a retraction by Qualcomm that the …

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Opinion: I’m Sick of Rumours

In case you missed it there is a rumour floating around of a new Motorola X phone. Shocking I know. I understand the hype about it. It’s the first phone developed by Motorola that wasn’t already in the pipeline when Google took over the reigns. It is highly anticipated. I …

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Google Releases Four New Chrome Ads

Google has unleashed four new Chrome ads on the world. These aren’t your usual straightforward sensible ads we’ve come to expect from the search giant – they’re short, sharp 15 second bites of internet frivolity. The ads are thought to be the work of their new ad agency 72andSunny, who …

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