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.
It's now no longer just an optional thing, because with at least one case of an Aussie Note 7 catching fire, local owners are being advised to switch phones off.
One of the year's biggest threats to the juggernaut that is the Apple iPhone has been recalled post reports of phone meltdown, and while the news is bad for Samsung, the response may not be quite the same.
In a world of same-same, Motorola is looking to shake things up, and at IFA in Berlin, the Lenovo-owned phone maker has a few ideas that could definitely do just that.
This time next week, you may find yourself lusting over a new phone, as Apple gets set to unveil the next big deal, and we bet that's not all it has up its sleeve.
It's not only Telstra that believes streaming will be big, and if you're on Optus, you're about to get more mobile entertainment without as much money being handed over.
Some of the latest Android devices may about to be affected by a very big security scare, as four vulnerabilities have been found in one of the major parts of quite a few smartphones.
It's great if you can afford the best in class, top tier smartphone, but not everyone can. Fortunately, a few manufacturers believes smartphones shouldn't be a top dollar affair, and in Oppo's F1s, the price is low while keeping the specs relatively high, at least in comparison.
As your eyes shift to your phone for apps, social, and the web, you may not be watching as much TV. If you can relate, you may well be replacing prime-time television with downtime on your phone, and if you use Telstra, that may turn into some free ways to...