Apple Watch 3 review: 4G is a game changer

Having partnered with various carriers globally – including Telstra, Optus and Vodafone in Australia – the Apple Watch 3 is a “full 4G LTE” wearable that switches to data when it is away from an iPhone. The technology works via e-SIM, which means ... ( read original story ...)

Apple Watch Series 3 review: The smarter smartwatch

For the LTE version, there's an additional step of pairing it to your telco of choice, which is intelligently handled. At the time of writing, only Telstra and Optus offer single number eSIM services in Australia, with Vodafone in the pipeline to offer ... ( read original story ...)

Demand for Windows touchscreens sees Android tablets wane

Looking ahead, Telsyte expects the sales of Windows tablets in Australia to overtake Android by the end of ... The Telsyte research also showed that more Australian consumers are opting for 4G/LTE capable tablets and that the trend will likely continue ... ( read original story ...)

Meet The New Iconic Nokia 3310 3G – For The Originals

This speed increase in Internet connectivity will allow the Nokia 3310 3G to run new applications, all of them dedicated to messages such as Skype, Facebook, Twitter or Opera. The new model will be launched first in Australia and will later be extended to ... ( read original story ...)