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Are you in the market for a new smartphone? See what our expert reviewer's recommend with our editor's choice selections. These smartphones are a rank of the top 10 handsets based on personal selection by the PC World Australia editorial team.
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TV manufacturers have been pushing 3D technology for the past 12 months and now it seems the 3D world is being transferred to mobile phones, too.
2011 is set to be the year of the dual-core Android smartphone, and most manufacturers have responded by launching, or announcing the pending release of phones with dual-core processors.
The launch of Sony Ericsson's XPERIA Play -- dubbed the 'PlayStation phone' -- brought worldwide attention to mobile phone gaming. However, the presence of dedicated physical gaming controls is not the be all and end all.
We round-up the top-rated Nokia mobile phones currently available in Australia.
We round-up all Nokia mobile phones currently available in Australia, headed by the flagship, Symbian-powered Nokia N8.
Remember the days when mobile phones were becoming smaller and smaller? These days they're becoming bigger and bigger, mainly thanks to large, touchscreen displays.
Today's mobile phones are a great example of the benefits of a converged device, offering features like the ability to browse the Internet, edit documents and watch multimedia content. Most smartphones are also capable of capturing high quality still...
Touchscreen smartphones are currently all the rage in the mobile phone market, largely thanks to the iPhone and the rising popularity of Android phones. Although touchscreen is the preferred input for general use, many consumers prefer typing on a ph...
Google's Android platform provides a number of benefits over Apple's iPhone including an open applications market, a fully customisable user interface and full multitasking.
HP is not well known for producing smartphones, but the company acquired struggling Palm for US$1.2 billion in July 2010, and has since promised a suited of webOS-powered products. The Palm-developed webOS operating system powered the Palm Pre smartp...
LG is best known for producing a capable range of budget and entry level mobile phones, such as the excellent Optimus One. However, the emergence of the Android operating system has seen the company commit to producing a number of high-end flagship d...
Optus offers a range of mobile phones and plans to suit most budgets, including prepaid users. We round up the best mobile phones available on an Optus prepaid plan.
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