According to some sources close to the matter, Telstra will be the carrier launching the Samsung i5510 in Australia. This mid-range Android smart phone will be a perfect device for those that desire a phone with a keyboard for
Check it out, a couple new phones for the Australian Market – both of them from Huawei, both of them Running Android 2.2 Froyo. They’re the IDEOS X5 and X6, both of them with timing and pricing yet to be revealed.
As many of you know, the Motorola Defy has been recently released throughout America and Europe, but it looks like the Defy will be heading to the down under soon. The Defy will be available from Telstra on November 30th.
Folks living in Australia holding a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and/or an X10 Mini Pro have some news on their update to Android 2.1, hooray! Bad news is, some of their carriers might not be as ready as they are. If you’re one
Soon all you folks in Australia will be able to purchase the HTC Legend. By June 3rd this Sense UI powered by Android 2.1 can be yours. Vodafone and 3 Mobile will be the Australian carrier’s, Vodafone will be offering it for
Layar is the world’s leading Augmented Reality Platform on mobile. This browser is on a reported 1.6 million Android and iPhone devices. They are now integrating the ability to purchase things from various places that you may
One of the best things about Android is its ability to power a variety of different things. We have seen it on everything from kitchen appliances , watches and now there televisions. This is the second Android powered
Huawei said that Australian telecommunications companies would be able to start selling their Chinese based Android-powered handsets by the third quarter of 2009 if they would like to. Huawei was one of the companies to enter the
We are very surprised to see that the latest Android-powered handset to come to market is not coming from China, but in fact from Australia. We are very excited to hear that the Kogan Agora Pro is available for international
A small consumer electronics maker in Melbourne Australia, who’s specialty is undercutting big brands, has become the first to announce that they will be selling an Android-powered handset in Australia. While the idea doesn’t