QStarz's BT-Q1300 Travel Recorder is a Bluetooth GPS device that can be used to track and log your movements. Designed as a keyring, the BT-Q1300 can interact with Google Earth and Google Maps.
A fully featured music handset boasting a 3.5mm headphone jack, an FM radio and drag-and-drop file support, Motorola's EM325 packs in more features than a phone with this asking price normally would.
A mobile handset that integrates a number of social-networking features including Facebook access, 3 Mobile's INQ1 has been lauded as "the world's first social mobile". In addition to these networking features, the INQ1 provides outstanding value for...
Samsung's B100 is the company's entry-level prepaid mobile phone. While the lack of some basic features like a camera can be excused, the absence of Bluetooth will force many users to turn elsewhere despite this handset's cheap as chips price.
Another entry-level handset from Nokia, the 2680 Slide offers basic features in a compact form factor. If you're looking for a phone simply for calls and messages then the 2680 might be right up your alley.
Moribund Palm, in danger of becoming just a Windows Mobile running dog with lackluster handhelds, seems to have scored with its introduction this week of the Palm Pre 3G smartphone, powered by the new webOS operating system. But how does it stack up ...
Sure, there a lot of problems with using the iPhone as a GPS -- no turn-by-turn navigation and no text-to-speech or voice guidance are notable ones -- but the ability to combine GPS data with Google Maps has still been a godsend at times.
Almost a year since it was first announced, the long wait for Sony Ericsson’s XPERIA X1 is over. It's one of the most-anticipated smartphones ever. The first Sony Ericsson mobile to utilise the Windows Mobile operating system, the XPERIA X1 promises ...
With an 8-megapixel camera, 16GB of memory, Wi-Fi, built-in GPS and HSDPA connectivity, Samsung's INNOV8 i8510 is one of the most feature-packed phones we've ever reviewed.
Recently acquired by Logitech, Ultimate Ears has a long history of producing in-ear monitors (IEMs). It has now brought tailored Super.Fi 5 IEMs to market, providing a viable solution for mobile phones such as the iPhone. The Super.Fi 5vi boasts an i...
Following the success of Apple's iPhone 3G, it seems every manufacturer is attempting to get a piece of the touch-screen pie. RIM is one such example, launching the first BlackBerry without a physical keyboard, the Storm. Using a "clickable" touch sc...
Motorola has been dreadfully quiet in Australia of late in terms of mobile phone releases. We had to go back to July to find the last handset we reviewed!
Unlike iDrum, RjDj Album won't help you create new tracks for the dance floor and unlike Shazam, it won't identify that Wham! song. However, it does offer an innovative approach to music creation.
The 5000 from Nokia continues the Finnish giant's excellent record of building fine entry-level units. This slim candybar is easy to use, has good call quality and comes equipped with most of the basic features you would expect. Unfortunately, multim...
The long-awaited successor to LG's previous flagship model, the Viewty, the Renoir picks up where the Viewty left off by adding even more features to an already well-rounded package. Sporting a whopping 8-megapixel camera with Xenon flash, as well as...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.