The maker of the first Android smartphone and Google's own Pixel has a new phone on the way, and while it won't cost much, it also may not offer much point of difference either.
Product manufacturers make some lofty calls: this will change your life, and the way you do things henceforth. But with Samsung's Dex phone-to-PC concept, the company might have something worth investing in.
Before its official release, Samsung has given journalists a bit of a hands-on, letting us play with the new phone at an event in Sydney this week.
Owners of the Samsung phones from the past couple of years who use an Aussie bank may finally get to pay with their handset.
When you own a computer, you know you need security, and the same may even be true of owning smartphones, too.
Big phone announcements tend to garner big press, but while Alcatel's Flash could be big news, the company isn't saying much.
The next Galaxy is a big deal, and not just because Samsung is closing the gap between it and Apple. It's a big deal because practically every telco sees it that way, too.
Exactly on cue, Samsung's Galaxy S8 has been announced, with the company taking the stage in New York to showcase its latest and greatest. Is it enough to take the win for 2017?
There's a new phone set to be announced this week, but before that happens, LG is getting in with a new phone of its own.
How much data would you say you use in the space of a month? 10GB? 30GB? How about 100GB, because that's where Optus is taking mobile data allowances.