Monday , May 1 2017

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Parrot Bebop 2 Drone — Review

Not long after its release, the opportunity came up to play with… errr, “review’ the Bebop 2 Drone by Parrot. So… it’s not directly “Android” per se, but there is an Android App to control is and if nothing else its really cool and great fun. I’ve played with Action …

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Ausdroid Mothers Day 2016 Gift Guide

We love you mum! It’s a yearly event that reminds us all to appreciate that special lady in your life: Mothers Day! This Sunday (May 8th) is Mothers Day, so here’s your warning, it’s time to get to the shops and get the mum in your life something nice. As …

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HTC 10 — Australian Review

HTC hasn’t had the best of fiscal years over the last 12 months, but as a stalwart of the Android OEM landscape they’re popular with both the Android enthusiast community, as well as the wider public in Australia - so there’s hope. HTC had a rough year last year, with …

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Software Updates for the week ending 28 April 2016

We’ve had reports overnight that users of Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge+ on Optus, and unlocked Galaxy Note 5 users, are receiving updates to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow this weekend. If you’re not yet receiving updates on these devices, it’s time to head into Settings -> About and check for any updates, …

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LG G5 — Australian Review

LG have a reputation to live up to, having produced what we called 2015's Smartphone of the Year. The LG G4 was a brilliant mobile phone. It had a great, big, user replaceable battery, coupled with the best mobile camera on the market last year. As good as Samsung's Galaxy …

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Oppo now number 4 in global smartphone market

According to the latest report from market research, analysis and advisory firm International Data Corporation, otherwise known as IDC, Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has come in at number 4 in their latest figures. The climb shows a climb of over 150% year-over-year, built on declines in market share from companies …

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Google Enhances Play Store Security

Every month or two we seem to see scare tactic articles, mostly in the mainstream media, where Android users have had their details etc hacked/stolen/copied/(insert nefarious action here). Each time we follow up the piece here at Ausdroid and remind all users that if they want to be as safe …

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