This is part 2 of a series of articles regarding Vodafone and experiences on its network by Darryl. See part 1 here.
This was supposed to be a review of the new Ubuntu release (Oneiric Ocelot), however the only thing the new Ubuntu did not do to me was jump out kick me in the head.
HP launched its revamped range of TouchSmart all-in-one devices in Australia last month, offering what it calls “a world of difference” by allowing users the ability to work with Windows using multi-touch gestures.
An article from Sydney Morning Herald’s Sacha Molitorisz about the decline of DVD rental marketplace suggests that the Internet is killing DVD Rentals. However the article gave only vague hints on how traditional Brick and Mortar stores was facing competition from the net, spending more time talking about DVD rental machines from RedRoomDVD and Oovie.
Earlier in the year, ASUS debuted what it believed to be a potential winner in the tablet craze currently taking the world by storm. But does it live up to expectations with its unique keyboard setup?
Available in Australia from today, the TouchPad is HP’s first webOS device to arrive on Australian soil. But can it live up to expectations set by the likes of Apple’s iPad or the array of Android tablets swamping the market?
Kogan is a Melbourne based company that sells solely on the internet and loves to pick fights with Gerry Harvey.
Sony Ericsson has a lot riding on the Xperio neo, which arrived in Australia late last month. It’s their most recent top-of-the-line handset, with a focus on an all-round great performance.
Last month, HTC launched the Salsa in Australia with Vodafone. It was launched side-by-side with the ChaCha, and both are HTC’s first “Facebook phones” featuring a dedicated post to Facebook button.
The LQ Optimus 7Q is one of the few Windows Phone 7 devices that offer a physical QWERTY keyboard.