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Further rumours emerge surrounding Huawei as maker of the next Nexus

Further rumours emerge surrounding Huawei as maker of the next Nexus

3:59 am on March 5, 2015 in News, Rumours
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Rumours surrounding Chinese telecommunications and device manufacturer Huawei being tapped by Google to be the hardware partner in manufacturing a Nexus device are growing, with a market research analyst apparently confirming the rumour on Chinese social media site Weibo. Kevin Yang, Director of China Research at iSuppli, a research analysis firm has apparently ‘confirmed’ the rumour which emerged a few[Read More…]

The Saygus V2 Super Phone now supports Australian LTE bands and will ship to Australia

The Saygus V2 Super Phone now supports Australian LTE bands and will ship to Australia

10:11 pm on March 4, 2015 in Other News
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Smaller players are beginning to make waves in the mobile hardware market place, OnePlus is probably one of the largest, but a new contender has emerged – Saygus. Saygus launched the Saygus V2 smartphone at CES this year and it immediately attracted a great deal of attention for the absolutely amazing spec list. Including top-tier components in the V2, but[Read More…]

LG G Flex 2 – Australian Hands On

LG G Flex 2 – Australian Hands On

10:00 pm on March 4, 2015 in News, Phones
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When curved screens started appearing in 2013, there was of course the infamous ‘taco’ shaped Samsung Galaxy Round, but while Samsung went on to curve their glass in another direction and introduced the Edge line, LG believes that they got it curved the right way the first time with the LG G Flex. The G Flex 2 is the followup[Read More…]

The Nokia N1 tablet is here at Mobile World Congress – it’s everything I’d like a Nexus 8 to be

The Nokia N1 tablet is here at Mobile World Congress – it’s everything I’d like a Nexus 8 to be

9:30 pm on March 4, 2015 in News, Tablets
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After they sold their mobile division to Microsoft last year, there wasn’t much expected from Nokia in the form of hardware. But late last year, Nokia surprised everyone by releasing a brand new smaller form-factor tablet, the Nokia N1. Manufactured by Foxconn in China, the tablet has limited availability, but as it’s here at MWC let’s have a look. The[Read More…]

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Lenovo has launched a neat little Miracast and DLNA enabled pocket projector

Lenovo has launched a neat little Miracast and DLNA enabled pocket projector

8:53 pm on March 4, 2015 in Accessories, News
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Lenovo launched a couple of cool media focused tablets at Mobile World Congress, but that’s not the only media related product they’ve announced. Lenovo has announced they will soon begin selling a Miracast and DLNA enabled pocket projector. The Lenovo Pocket Projector is specifically designed with smartphones, particularly Android phones in mind – though it will work with iOS and[Read More…]

Lenovo announces two new tablets with Dolby Atmos sound

Lenovo announces two new tablets with Dolby Atmos sound

8:52 pm on March 4, 2015 in News, Tablets
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Mobile World Congress has seen a lot of announcements this week and Lenovo too has announced some new products with new tablets, as well as a new pocket projector, all of which should be heading down under. There’s three tablets announced as well as the pocket projector, with two Android tablets, as well as a slate running Windows 8.1. The[Read More…]

ChromeOS Stable version updated to include Chrome Remote Desktop support

ChromeOS Stable version updated to include Chrome Remote Desktop support

4:27 pm on March 4, 2015 in Chrome OS and Devices

Google has just begun pushing an up date to the ChromeOS Stable channel, which brings with it a number of new features, but headlining them is the ability to now take remote control of a Chromebook. Chrome’s Remote Desktop function is a dream come true for IT support workers, allowing fast and easy access to view and interact with PC’s[Read More…]

SBS allows everyone to experience the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras using Google Cardboard

SBS allows everyone to experience the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras using Google Cardboard

4:17 pm on March 4, 2015 in Google Cardboard and Glass
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The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is a massive event on the Sydney local and international calendar. Members of the global LGBTQI community flock to the city for the yearly event, but if you can’t make it to Sydney then SBS is going to help people experience Mardi Gras first-hand using Google Cardboard. SBS has partnered with Google and[Read More…]

Android Distribution numbers for February– Lollipop doubles its market share

Android Distribution numbers for February– Lollipop doubles its market share

3:41 pm on March 4, 2015 in News
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Google has released the latest Android Distribution figures for the month of February, the list of statistics that help developers know which versions of Android they need to target. The list is only taking into account Android devices using Google Play, so there are still a large number of non-Google devices not taken into account. The good news is that[Read More…]

More of Google goes Material, this time its Contacts

More of Google goes Material, this time its Contacts

3:28 pm on March 4, 2015 in Google Play and Services, News
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Google continue to push updates to all of their services, this time Google Contacts is getting a Material Design makeover. In their blog post, Google paint the picture that contacts is central to keeping you in contact with friends, family and your colleagues. Contacts is making it easier to find the contact you want, and keep their information up to[Read More…]

NVIDIA announced a 4K UHD Shield Console running Android TV

NVIDIA announced a 4K UHD Shield Console running Android TV

3:19 pm on March 4, 2015 in Accessories, Android TV and Chromecast, News
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While the news is still developing on this one (the press conference is on now – Tune in now – the news is too big not to share. NVIDIA have just announced a new Nvidia SHIELD set top box, powered by Android TV with 4K UHD resolution. Boasting graphic capability of 512GFLOPS (compared to XBox One at .5GB RAM and[Read More…]

Sony releases a custom theme building tool for Xperia devices … and maybe soon, everyone else too

Sony releases a custom theme building tool for Xperia devices … and maybe soon, everyone else too

2:41 pm on March 4, 2015 in News
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Sony has announced the release of a tool designed to create custom themes for their Xperia smartphones, Theme Creator Beta. The tool relies on code contributed to AOSP last year by Sony Mobile engineer Zoran Jovanovic. Jovanovic’s work was a new framework called Runtime Resource Overlay that allows replacement of application resources while the application is running – this brings[Read More…]

Intel hits it out of the park with a new Mobile SoC / LTE solution

Intel hits it out of the park with a new Mobile SoC / LTE solution

9:22 am on March 4, 2015 in News
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Intel has made an announcement at MWC 2015 of a collaboration with Ericsson, Samsung and others as part of a broad effort to get its new System-on-Chips (SoCs) into more phones out there. Intel has a new range of SoCs, including the Intel Atom x3 for low-cost smartphones and tablets, and the Atom x5 and x7 series for premium devices.[Read More…]

Huawei Watch – Australian Hands on

Huawei Watch – Australian Hands on

The Huawei announcement on the 1st of March, saw Huawei bring three wearables to market. The Talkband B2 and Talkband N1 are quite interesting in their own right, but it’s the Huawei Watch which seems to be capturing everyones attention, at least here in Android land. We’re at Mobile World Congress and the watches are now live in the Huawei[Read More…]

LG Watch Urbane Australian hands-on

LG Watch Urbane Australian hands-on

8:54 pm on March 3, 2015 in Android Wear and Smartwatches, News
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LG’s latest Android Wear watch was announced just prior to MWC, pairing the round face design of the G Watch R with the more a premium metal body construction than the previous models. LG hasn’t released the watch as yet, but they are showing it off at mobile world congress, so we dropped by the LG booth to take a[Read More…]