There’s good news and there’s bad news, all in five minutes. What’s happening to Huawei, and what new gear is on the way? Plus we’ll review a neat pair of headphones that tests your hearing.
Back when 4G first launched in Australia, the first phone to support the technology was made by HTC. With the launch of 5G, it's all about Samsung.
Telstra customers are about to gain points they can trade for products. Kinda. Sort of. Maybe. Let's discuss.
Mesh networking makes for an expandable wireless solution, but it isn't generally compatible with random WiFi extenders. And yet EasyMesh is, and it's coming first from Telstra.
If battery life is a sticking issue on your phone, you might want to check out what Motorola is releasing in the G7 Power, rocking one of the biggest batteries yet.
If you've been a Telstra customer, you may be used to a free treat like cheaper movie tickets. Good news: that's not changing, but now you might eventually get other bonuses, it'll just take a really long time.
The next generation of mobile technology won't necessarily be quite as dependent on the SIM card. In fact, if you have a supported laptop, from March 7, you can find out for yourself.
A little tired of all the phone news this week? Well, how about something unrelated happening in laptops, as Samsung has launched its Surface competitor.