The Nokia brand is promising to rise from the dead with the launch of a new Android smartphone in early 2017.
Hot on the heels of the Samsung combustible battery, comes Apple's defective iPhone 6S battery. In response to a rising tide of frustration, Apple has this week agreed to replace batteries for Australian users.
Announced almost 3 months ago and still no sign of them! What's happened to the Apple AirPods and are they worth waiting for?
There's something about the 'joy and goodwill' of the holiday season that makes us more susceptible to getting scammed! Here's a timely reminder of the top 11 phishing scams to watch out for this Christmas.
Earlier this month the Government quietly announced that the first stage of its facial verification system had gone live. What does this mean for the average Australian - today and into the future?
How can those online merchants be selling iPhones and Samsung phones at $$$ cheaper than Australian retailers or the actual manufacturers? Things to know and consider before you go grey...
If IT managers had their way they would not be responsbile for managing corporate mobility. A Gigaom Research IT Buyers Survey, asked IT managers whether they would be willing to outsource mobility management and the answer was a resounding 'Yes, get this off my plate!'
It's happening... the ANZ Bank Apple Pay ads are ringing true - well maybe not the bum tap - but we will be "taking it for granted in no time" !
Visit the new VoicePlus website, at www.voiceplus.com.au and enter to win an iPhone 6S. Draw takes place on November 7, 2016.