A report from a public inquiry conducted by the Australian Communications Media Authority in 2011 estimated that collectively Australian consumers spent $1.5 billion more than they have to each year because they choose the wrong mobile plan.
The Nexus 7 (2013) is available for pre-order in Australia from an electronics retailer, with prices starting at AUD$299 and launch set for late August.
The price and availability of the Samsung Galaxy S4 was announced by the company during a launch event in Sydney today.
Popular image hosting site Imgur has now released an official Beta app to the Play Store, at least if you happen to live in the land down under.
HTC confirmed the launch of the HTC One in Australia from April 23. The device will be available from most major networks including Telstra, Virgin Mobile, Optus, and Vodafone.
Australian retailer Harvey Norman still has stock problems for the Google Nexus 4, but there are promises to solve the problem soon.
Only available on American and British soil until a couple of days ago, Google’s Chromebooks are now one step closer to becoming the global devices they deserve to be.
Any Australians out there itching to get their hands on a Chromebook? Well, now you can! Not through the Play Store mind you, but through Mobicity at a bit of a higher price. Will you be getting one?
Google plans on launching Samsung and Acer Chromebooks in additional countries “very soon”. Excited?
Although Australia was one of the first countries to gain confirmation of a wide Xperia Z rollout, Sony left it out the initial launch waves. And, as it appears, Aussies will be left hanging a little more than expected, specifically until March 26.