Google has their Google Lens. Samsung have Bixby Vision. Here’s a quick explanation of what each smart camera app has to offer.
If you’re not turned off by Sony’s OmniBalance design language and into the idea of using your next phone for “phone stuff” and not a whole lot else, the Xperia XA2 is priced just well enough to make it worth consideration.
5G is set to be the fifth-generation of standardized mass-scale wireless broadband. To phrase it a bit more loosely, it’s the thing that will connect your phone and other smart devices to the internet when you’re not using Wi-Fi in the future.
ZTE has said that a US ban on the sale of parts and software to the company is unfair and threatens its survival.
Google has announced a re-calibration of its efforts in the messaging space, pulling engineers off Allo and onto a new initiative called Chat.
Almost a month after the phone made its official debut, Huawei have finally confirmed that they'll begin selling their P20 Pro smartphones in Australia via "local partners" from the 18th of May.
A proposed supply ban could mean that the Chinese smartphone maker may not be able to use Android software in its devices.
The R11s is Oppo’s refreshed version of last year’s flagship R11. The HTC U11 Life is mid-tier refresh of the last year’s flagship U11. Which is the better buy?
Google appears to have quietly discontinued its original Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones.
ALDI is launching a new and enhanced ALDImobile 1 Year Super Pack, with almost double the data.
Google's latest update to their Google Photos and Lens apps now allows users to identify the breed of a cat or dog simply by taking a photo of it.
NAB customers can now use Google Pay to quickly, conveniently and securely make contactless payments.
On the eve of launching their R15 flagship smartphone in their home market of China, OPPO flew PC World Australia and several other journalists to visit Shenzhen and one of their factories.
Sony have launched their new mid-range XA2 smartphone into the Australian market.
Apple has introduced the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Red Special Edition to help provide testing, counselling and treatment for tens of millions of people living with HIV/AIDS.
2018 is shaping to be even bigger than last year when it comes to smartphones. Apple might have staged a cultural comeback with the ultra-advanced iPhone X. However, Android brands like Samsung, Oppo and Huawei still have plenty to offer. Whether you're after an bezel-less display or dual-lens camera, where are plenty of great options to choose from. Here are the best phones that you can buy right now in 2018
Does the Google Pixel still hold its edge when it comes to smartphone photography? You bet. Is it still the best option for those who love to capture a snappy selfie or a lush landscape? Not quite. There are lots of great smartphones available for wannabe-photographers.
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