Updated With new benchmarks and an overhauled battery section, we show just why the HTC One deserves 5 stars
BB Live BlackBerry has announced its plans to open up its BBM platform to iOS and Android. But that could be a very bad idea.
Toshiba is ready to lead rather than follow the pack, launching a new Ultrabook range with high-quality screens on par with Apple's best.
Toshiba and BlackBerry have little in common apart from the shared notion that iPads will soon be extinct.
JB Hi-Fi has launched a new video streaming service that ties in perfectly with its core business of selling DVDs.
Virgin Mobile will range the Sony Xperia SP from today, selling it cheap despite the phone's strong feature set.
An update to the Lasoo shopping app adds the ability for its users to share the bargains they find with other savings-hungry cost-cutters.
Blip Ever wondered what it would be like to be a games developer struggling against piracy? Those illegally downloading Games Dev Tycoon are finding out first hand.
BlackBerry's Thorsten Heins believes the Q10 will appeal to the millions of current BlackBerry subscribers in a way that the Z10 hasn't.
Quickflix has combined the pricing for its Post and Play movie services, with one monthly fee paying for both physical and digital movie deliveries.
Microsoft will attempt to lure Android users to its ecosystem with a tool that catalogues apps on an Android phone and has them ready when the same person logs in on a Windows Phone.
US Ambassador to Australia Jeffrey Bleich, has celebrated the 17th annual UN World Book and Copyright Day by telling Australians to stop pirating Game of Thrones.
Blip As though you needed something else to worry about on long flights, Virgin Airlines is introducing 'seat-to-seat delivery' for food and drinks and a chat system for flirting.
The Galaxy S4 will be in stores in Australia this week. With so little time to make a decision, we help you track down the best value plans for the handset.
A Sydney bookseller is helping unlock its customers from the Amazon ecosystem, offering gift vouchers for to those who dump their Kindles.
Telstra will soon launch data sharing plans, allowing its customers to split a single data allowance across multiple devices.
Data from a recent poll shows that a majority of Australians want faster broadband, but that they don't care for the politic wrangling that surrounds it.
Samsung launched 15 TVs in Sydney last night, showcasing a range of new technologies and one very expensive UHD model.
Blip Japanese audiences will be treated to the many smells of Tony Stark when Ironman 3 premieres in 4D cinemas.
Blip If you struggle to follow the illustrations in IKEA manuals, chances are you'll benefit from seeing the Kama Sutra in 3D.
Huawei will launch its 6-inch smartphone in Australia at the end of April, but will only ask a fraction of the ticket price of the handset's nearest competitors.
In an attempt to curb piracy, HBO has penned a deal with Quickflix to offer yet another way to access Game of Thrones legally in Australia.
Nokia will release the Lumia 520 in Australia this month, bringing Microsoft's latest OS to the pre-paid market.
The NSW government has announced better mobile coverage for commuters on the City Circle line in Sydney.
Forget Facebook Home for now, Australians have scored a big new feature in the latest update to the Facebook Messenger app.