Tuesday , May 24 2016

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See the Moto X 2016 in leaked images out of Motorola

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Motorola has never had a great track record of keeping a secret, and it seems this trend has continued under Lenovo’s ownership. Last week we saw the Moto G leak, and this week it looks as if the Moto X 2016 has just broken cover. So before we start off …

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Optus joins the VoLTE movement with national roll-out

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Optus’ mobile customers will soon be able to take advantage of the latest voice call technology on compatible handsets, with the carrier announcing today that its rollout of VoLTE (or Voice over LTE) has commenced in major capital cities. What’s Voice over LTE? Today, when you make a voice call …

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Samsung first to release 4K UHD Blu-Ray player in Australia

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Samsung has a few firsts under its belt. It had the first generally available Blu-ray player on the market back in 2006, and today, it has the first 4K UHD Blu-ray player released in Australia. Announced at IFA last year, Samsung’s UBD-K8500 was shown off at CES 2016 as well, and …

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Ausdroid weekly round up – 2nd to 8th May 2016

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This week we saw the LG G5 and HTC 10 going on-sale at retail and with major carriers, as well as the launch announcement for Huawei P9, which sees not one, not two, but fully three variants heading our way. If you’re looking to buy a new smartphone, let us …

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ASUS Zenfone 3 likely at Zenvolution event scheduled for 30 May

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ASUS has announced that it will be hosting a press event during Computex in Taipai at the end of this month. Dubbed Zenvolution, the event is widely expected to herald the announcement of the next generation Zenfone, potentially amongst some other Zen-branded devices. The event will kick off at 2pm …

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2016 Flagship Comparison — The Story So Far

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It’s just on five months into 2016, and already we’ve seen quite a lot of developments in Android. It’s also the time of year that many have expiring mobile contracts, because it’s also the time of year when most people have bought their phones in years gone by. Why? Because …

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