It's been almost two weeks since I started the month with Microsoft evaluation, but I'm making a couple of changes while continuing on with Microsoft for mobile.
If you venture into places where there's no cellphone coverage, then a satellite phone might be just the thing you need to be able to keep in touch with civilization. With the Iridium Go! hotspot you can turn any smartphone into a satellite phone.
When you think of Apple, you don't often think of openness. However, as you can see in these examples, Apple is the conduit that syncs a multitude of services.
At the same time, Canonical is finally delivering on its promise to deliver one codebase for all devices. The upshot is you'll be able to use the first Ubuntu tablet, the Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet, as a PC as well as a tablet.
This powerful 6-inch Android 6.0 phablet is well made, looks good and has impressive battery life. The drawbacks are relatively minor, but plentiful enough to give many potential buyers pause for thought.
Microsoft improved in the areas where I saw issues with the first Microsoft Band, making the Band 2 the ultimate activity tracker to help you improve your lifestyle.
It was another amazing year in mobile technology with smartphones reaching near parity while prices drop. The wearable market is active, but consumers still aren't adopting them in large numbers.
You have to give Samsung credit for not giving up on smartwatches and I'm pleased to see its latest model rises to the top of the smartwatch offerings.
Samsung recently released three new devices and because of how they work together, all three are becoming an essential bundle for my daily usage.
Telstra, Optus, and Apple have unveiled their pricing for Apple's new tablet, with the iPad Pro available in Australia now.
Enthusiasm for the tablet/laptop hybrid has reached the rugged device market with the launch of the Panasonic CF-20.
We don't all spend our day working inside the comfort of an office. For those who work out in the elements, there are phones such as the Cat S40.
Wi-fi is just about ubiquitous now but connections aren't always very good -- and that's just one of the problems you can run into on the move.
Worried about the lack of removable battery or expandable storage? Maybe you shouldn't be.
While flagship Android and iOS devices hover in the $650 to $850 price range, you can pick up a very functional Lumia 640 XL with a 5.7 inch display, for only $250.
The team say tracking commuters on the metro is possible due to a lack of permissions required on Android phones.
A little less bloat means a whole lot more fun when it comes to the Galaxy S6.