What would you do with palm-sized computer?

Adam Turner The tiny Raspberry Pi is brimming with potential.

Palm to release Pixi, a cheaper sibling of Pre

Palm Pixi smartphone

Palm, which revitalised its product line with the Pre smart phone launch in June, is hoping to keep momentum going with the release of a lighter, cheaper handset called the Pixi.

Apple disables iTunes on Palm Pre

The Palm Pre mobile phone.

Apple has shut down one of the most compelling features on Palm's rival Pre smart phone, crippling the Pre's ability to act like an iPod.


HTC One mini review: a mighty performance

HTC One Mini.

Katie Cincotta They've cut the size of the HTC One, made it $288 cheaper, but the mini is no shrinking violet.


Is the stylus making a comeback in mobile gadgets?


Jenneth Orantia Once destined to become a relic of the '90s, could the stylus be making a comeback?

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Sony Xperia Z Ultra is slim and gorgeous, but a real handful

Sony Xperia Z Ultra.

Katie Cincotta Pulling this big unit out of the box elicited gasps of disbelief from most of those I showed it to.


LG's curved smartphone, the G Flex, can really bend

LG G Flex

Salvador Rodriguez LG pledged durability when it announced its curved-screen device, the G Flex, and a new video shows the company may be able to keep its promise.


Hands on: LG webOS Smart TV at CES

LG's webOS smart TV interface, on show at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.

Adam Turner Coming in from the cold once again, the long-suffering webOS has re-emerged as the new face of LG smart TVs.

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Hands on: Parrot MiniDrone at CES 2014

Parrot's MiniDrone quadrocopter on show at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.

Adam Turner Parrot's palm-sized quadrocopter, based on the popular AR.Drone, is one of the hits on this year's CES show floor.

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Time to wave and shout at the TV?

Brent Tate.

Adam Turner Will voice and gesture controls end lounge room brawls or simply be a gimmick?

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Professional smartphone photography tips

iPhone macro photography. A human eye.

I'm having so much fun with my iPhone right now I just needed to share.

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Why get a new iPhone when you can download most of the new software features for free?


Ben Grubb You don't need to buy the iPhone 5S to experience some of its new features. From next Thursday, Apple's latest operating system, iOS 7, will be available as a free download.

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Facebook phone coming mid-2013: sources


Tim Culpan, Adam Satariano and Olga Kharif Facebook, owner of the largest social network, is working with HTC to build its own smartphone for release as soon as mid-2013, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Battle of the smartphones: iPhone 4S v Galaxy S III

Smartphone test: iPhone 4s versus Samsung Galaxy S III.

Katie Cincotta Which is cleverer, the Galaxy or the iPhone? Katie Cincotta reports.

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Note to self: it's phabulous

Samsung Galaxy Note.

Bleeding Edge Consider me a convert to hybrid phone-tablets.

Smartphones: putting the best to the test

Galaxy vs iPhone (Thumbnail)

Ben Grubb When it comes to getting the latest smartphone in Australia that connects to the new, faster LTE 4G networks, there are several options to choose from.

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Galaxy Note II delivers in a big way

Galaxy Note II

Edward C. Baig The Galaxy Note II is obviously too large to be everybody's mobile phone. It's on the pricey side, too. But it's a fun, feature-rich device.


Are you ready for your television to watch you?

Watching television.

Adam Turner Panasonic's new televisions know who's watching them

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New iPhone: thinner, taller, metal

iphone 5

Michelle Maltais The new look for the next iPhone could be supermodel stylish - tall, skinny and without any voluptuous curves.

Android set to topple iPhone


Louisa Hearn iPhone may rule the smartphone sector for now, but market researchers predict that the dominance of Apple's popular handset could be toppled by Google's Android mobile platform within three years.

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