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Optus 4G powers up 25 more sites in Adelaide

South Australia appears the focus for Australian telco Optus at the moment with news that it has just switched on another 25 new 4G sites. The company also announced it had upgraded 150 of its older 3G sides with more powerful transceivers to deliver strong signal and reception, including indoors. The new Optus 4G locations […]

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Android 4.3 leaked online for the Galaxy S4 smartphone

It may not even have been released yet but Google’s next-generation Android 4.3 operating system has already found its way online for the Snapdragon-version of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone, the I9505G. The firmware was found by website Sammobile and designed for the new Google Play Edition of the Samsung phone. Sammobile didn’t have one […]

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Seven easy ways to longer smartphone battery life

We’re all enamoured with the latest features inside most smartphones, but there’s always one feature we look for regardless of which phone we buy – battery life. A phone without a charged battery is like a car without fuel and as phone features expand and processors grow more demanding on power, we’re all looking for […]

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The fastest way to charge your mobile phone

Smartphones are now an indispensible part of our lives – you only need to watch how some people panic when their phone’s battery goes flat to see that in action! But over the last three years, we’ve seen smartphone battery capacities at least double – HTC’s popular 2010 phone, the HTC Desire, featured a 1450mAh […]

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HTC to launch six-inch One Max smartphone in Q3 2013?

There seems to be a race on at the moment for who can launch the largest smartphone or ‘phablet’. While Samsung may decide to grab the title on the basis of its 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega, rival HTC might have something to say about it with rumours the Taiwanese phone maker is to launch a six-inch […]

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