The SIM-only mobile service provider is now offering a 4G service via the Optus 4G Plus network, as well as a new range of plans -- including 6GB of data for AU$55 a month.
Lots of people are excited about Nintendo's newly announced plan to make mobile games; unfortunately, if you're under the impression you'll be playing your favorite 8-bit games on your smartphone, we've got some bad news for you...
The tech giant is in talks with TV programmers about a service that would include about 25 channels, according to the Wall Street Journal.
On today's show, Ashley is joined by guest co-host Armen Atoyan ("Hey Armen!"), and they discuss a self-driving car that's going on a cross-country road trip, Nintendo's mobile gaming and new console plans, and Lockheed Martin's next-gen space cargo proposal.
It's time to break out of that social rut and jump-start your weekends and free time with new activities, restaurants and day trips. If you're stumped on how to begin exploring your region, CNET's Kara Tsuboi recommends a few online services and apps that are designed with you in mind. She reports in this Tech Minute.
The G4 isn't out yet, but the company is working on a second phone for release this year, says a report. LG aims to "narrow the gap" with market leaders Apple and Samsung.
Oculus executive says the company is planning to sell the Gear VR mobile device headsets with the next set of Samsung products.
Feeling insecure? Sikur, part of Brazilian security firm Ciberbras, hopes businesses will go for its locked-down phone with encrypted-communication abilities. Here's a Nexus 5-based prototype it showed at Mobile World Congress.
Don't look for Google to run a large-scale network. Instead it's teaming up with wireless carriers, as it does with hardware makers for Nexus devices.
The search giant joins several other Silicon Valley companies with audacious new digs in the works.