There's a pretty clear attitude in smartphones lately, and it's this: good luck making it through a day of life unless you buy a phablet. Not all agree with this take, and LG seems keen to prove it wrong.
If rollercoasters aren't quite satisfying the need to feel like you're speeding off to a planet far, far away, you may want to consider a new approach, with virtual reality thrill rides now coming to Australia.
It's been just over a week since the Apple iPhone for 2016 was announced, and if you're getting one on its first day and you haven't preordered, good luck.
"7" is not looking like the greatest of numbers for Samsung, as the Note 7 is proving to be problematic, while the iPhone 7 is a rival and another potential problem.
Android people tend to get all the cool Google things before the rest of the world, but one of those super cool things has finally hit the iPhone.
As much as we love VR -- and we do, it's awesome -- the biggest hurdle is quite literally price. But where there's a will, there's a way, and if you have a phone and $40, well...
If you've ever wondered what exactly "waterproof" and "water-resistant" mean for smartphones or what that whole "IP" thing is, we'll tell you, so you'll never be confused again.
The Note 7 recall is getting a little messy, and something is happening that we've never seen: outright banning of a phone on Australian flights.
In a rather unsurprising move, Apple has a new iPhone, and it's finally bringing water-resistance, a button-less button, and a new jet black finish to the table.
Are you concerned about dropping your phone and having it become a cringe-worthy mess of broken glass and horrible thoughts? A new phone could be for you, though the word "new" isn't quite right.