Sony Ericsson W300i
August 15th, 2006

It takes more than the Walkman logo to stand out, so the W300i isn’t quite the definitive mp3-playing phone on the market Sony Ericsson would like you to believe.

Business tech you’ll use in 2012
March 19th, 2012

The new frontier will be in creating dedicated secure clouds for company (or industry) alone. Closed off to the Internet as a whole you’ll be protected from spammers, phishers and malware publishers.

Apple iPhone
July 22nd, 2008

Like most Apple products, the iPhone is certainly the future and will undoubtedly drive technology to try and catch up. It’s no fault of the device that some aspects of the technology are too far behind — it’s up to Australian carriers and the broadband infrastructure to let it realise its full potential.

Acer Aspire 8920G, Sony Vegas Pro, 3 Skype Phone
June 24th, 2008

The media control console is attractive and you’ll get a real kick out of manipulating an otherwise flat surface to control chapter, volume and forward/reverse controls. It comes with a host of preinstalled software and if you want full movie or TV playing capability in a mobile computer, you couldn’t do much better right now.

Nokia adds new look in fashion to easy functions
June 6th, 2006

Their market is obviously women but not teenage girls, so while each model in the L’Amour collection has what you expect in any phone, they aren’t packed with everything that opens and shuts.

Xda Atom Life
August 7th, 2007

We weren’t too familiar with transferring an MP3 to the device and setting it as our ringtone, and the process was very convoluted when the easiest way would simply have been to select the track in a playlist and click a button saying ‘set as ringtone’, but not so…

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