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iPhone XR review: the better value Apple phone

iPhone XR review: the better value Apple phone

Far from being an inferior stripped back option, the colourful XR is the 2018 phone to get.

  • by Peter Wells

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Huawei takes on Apple and Samsung with three-camera Mate20 Pro
Apple

Huawei takes on Apple and Samsung with three-camera Mate20 Pro

The Mate 20 Pro is billed as a rival to the iPhone XS Max and Samsung's Galaxy Note 9.

Google Pixel 3 review: new AI, refined hardware, still the best camera
Google

Google Pixel 3 review: new AI, refined hardware, still the best camera

Google continues to put software first and has once again created the best Android experience you can get, but this time it's wrapped in a much better machine.

  • by Tim Biggs
Google unveils new AI-powered Pixel phones and a smart home hub
Google

Google unveils new AI-powered Pixel phones and a smart home hub

Google has unveiled the third edition of its Pixel smartphone, alongside a Google Home with a screen and new AI features.

  • by Tim Biggs
Candid camera: What drivers are really doing behind the wheel
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Roads

Candid camera: What drivers are really doing behind the wheel

Australian drivers are distracted nearly half the time they are behind the wheel, a new study has found.

  • by Julie Power
Distraction or innovation? This is how ACT schools use smartphones
Phones

Distraction or innovation? This is how ACT schools use smartphones

As the NSW government weighs up a possible ban on mobile phones in schools, ACT teachers report the tech is helping students thrive.

  • by Sherryn Groch
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Bendable, biodegradable computer: ANU engineers fight e-waste
Phones

Bendable, biodegradable computer: ANU engineers fight e-waste

ANU engineers have developed a new bendable semiconductor - the part of your phone that does all the computing.

  • by Finbar O'Mallon
Why Apple's making your old iPhone better than ever
Apple

Why Apple's making your old iPhone better than ever

The new iPhones look fine, but with a fresh battery and operating system an aging iPhone 6 seems faster than ever. Why would Apple take steps to discourage a new purchase?

  • by Jeff Sommer
eSIM explained: why Apple's move could revolutionise phone plans
Telecommunications

eSIM explained: why Apple's move could revolutionise phone plans

New technology means you could sign up to a new plan, or switch, directly from your smartphone with no physical SIM needed.

  • by Krishan Sharma
Nokia 8110 4G review: another retro revival gone wrong

Nokia 8110 4G review: another retro revival gone wrong

With support for Wi-Fi and 4G but some serious core issues, the new 8110 is both an improvement and a step back compared to last year's revived 3310.

  • by Tim Biggs
Sorry Apple, but the sweet smell of 6S is enough for me
Opinion
Opinion

Sorry Apple, but the sweet smell of 6S is enough for me

I have had a horrible realisation. I don’t need a new iPhone. But it’s worse than that. I don’t need a new phone of any sort.

  • by John Birmingham