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After the cavalcade of leaks that preceded this year's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, you'd think we'd be done with Pixel leaks for the year. You'd be wrong.
Complaints from Optus customers have revealed a fault affecting some early adopters of Huawei's new Mate 20 Pro.
While Samsung's One UI software overhaul won't arrive until early next year, beta users have already discovered the update will introduce new restrictions around custom themes.
Google has finally rolled out their Night Sight to the Pixel camera via a software update.
Samsung Electronics will be the latest producer to include a Neural Processing Unit (NPU) on its latest mobile processor to improve machine learning performance. The Exynos 9 Series 9820 will almost certainly be seen on the Samsung Galaxy S10, and th...
While the hardware shown at this year's Samsung Developers Conference has quickly garnered headlines, the new direction that Samsung are set to go with their software is the more meaningful move.
Oppo has unveiled the latest two additions to its popular R-series of devices: the R17 and R17 Pro.
Vaya has unveiled new plans that start from as low as $16 per month for 2GB of data, ranging up to 60GB for $56 per month.
Oppo has launched its latest budget handset exclusively through JB Hi-Fi, the Oppo A3S.
HMD Global has announced the release of the Nokia 5.1 Plus on Android One in Australia.
Boost Mobile has announced its new Boost Anytime Plus mobile plans, including the availability of a new $70 plan and increased data inclusions across existing Anytime Plus plans $30 and up.
Australian buyers of Huawei's P20 Pro are set to get a major software upgrade before the year is up.
We spoke to Alienware’s Frank Azor at this year’s PAX Australia and he admitted that gaming smartphones are a category that the traditionally PC-focused brand does consider from time to time.
HTC has officially launched their "blockchain-powered" smartphone, the HTC Exodus 1, into early access.
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