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Study finds the key drivers behind growing app economy in APJ
CA Technologies recently announced the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) results of a global Economist Intelligence Unit survey.
Hands-on review: Xiaomi Redmi Note 3
With dodgy software and designs created by 3 year olds, Chinese Smartphones have consistently been cheap toys. Xiaomi are changing that.
Grumpy tech guy: Top tech annoyances and their solutions
Tasks as simple as going out to meet up with friends without a smartphone is chaos in the making.
Samsung NZ issues recall of all Galaxy Note7 smartphones
Samsung New Zealand is recalling all Samsung Galaxy Note7s currently in circulation, after global reports that batteries could explode.
Smartphone sales down, but 'Phablets' are in
"Over the past two years, high-priced flagship phablets from the likes of Apple, Samsung, and LG have set the bar for power, performance, and design."
Hands-on review: Vodafone Smart Mini 7 - small and packed with features
The Vodafone Smart Mini 7 is a compact Android smartphone with plenty of features for a teeny price.
Hands-on review: The Vodafone Smart Ultra 7 - a cracker for mobile games
This 4G-capable phone-bordering-on-phablet has guts. HD screen, decent audio and the smoothness of Android Marshmallow 6.0, it’s worth its price.
Calm before the storm: Australia holds its breath in declining smartphone market
“Australian consumers are becoming increasingly aware of alternative buying options in smartphones and the lack of innovation."
Hands-on review: Vodafone Smart Ultra 7 - more bling for less cha-ching
Only costing $349, the spec and performance of the Ultra 7 equates to solid bang for buck value, and it doesn’t look or feel like a budget device.
Hands-on review: Huawei P9 Plus - all the bells and whistles
This is a well-crafted phone that ticks all the boxes a high-end buyer is ever likely to have - including one of the best cameras out there.
Low smartphone penetration in APAC represents 'big opportunity' for vendors
Global smartphone shipments are expected to grow this year despite Apple posting its first annual decline. APAC can expect 13% growth.
Hands-on review: Vodafone Smart Mini 7 - absolutely affordable
Vodafone launched a new range of house-branded affordable smartphones aimed at buyers on a budget.
Greenpeace calls out phone vendors
“If tech brands want to lead us into the future, they need to move towards closed-loop production and embrace the circular economy."
Vodafone NZ reveals new smartphone fleet to rival high-end devices
Today, Vodafone announced new additions to their own smartphone range, built as unique phones from the ground up.
BlackBerry launches new services to Android users
BlackBerry delivers on its smartphone software strategy, offering BlackBerry Hub+ for Android users.
Hands-on review: Meizu M3 Note - bang for buck value
Not so long ago budget smartphones translated into dinky specs in Tupperware chassis with lousy battery life and pokey processors. A lot has changed.
Apple celebrates its 1 billionth iPhone sale
"We passed another major milestone when we sold the billionth iPhone. Thank you to everyone at Apple for helping change the world every day."
Smartphone market enjoys modest Q2 growth, Canalys finds
“Samsung’s VR move has proved a wise one, with Gear VR bundles helping boost flagship handset sales.”
Smartphone leak: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 details
Pictures of the Galaxy Note 7 have surfaced, and Samsung fans have worked themselves into a lather of speculation.
Japanese smartphone users all cybersecurity talk, but no action
Japanese smartphone users might know more about cyber security, but that doesn't mean they're any safer, according to new research from ESET.
Smartphones forecast to bring Samsung best earnings in 2 years
The S7 was released in March of this year, which in turn likely helped lift the tech giants profits substantially for the second quarter.
Will Microsoft pull out of the smartphone market?
The rumour mill is awash with speculation that Microsoft could exit the smartphone market. What happened?
Battle of the sexes: How long do we wait before we reach for our phones?
It's the common conundrum. When you're out with friends, workmates or waiting for an appointment, you have that insatiable urge to check your phone.
Is it time to drop 'mobile first' from your strategy?
Last week Gartner reported that smartphone sales are slowing globally. Time to ditch your mobile marketing strategy, right? Of course not.