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Kogan Agora is a £120 Android phone with two SIM cards

The Kogan Agora is a new Android phone that costs just £120, with two SIM card slots to save you money when travelling.

By Jan. 10, 2013


Android phone Agora delayed indefinitely

Australia's Kogan Technologies says its Google-optimized smartphone must be redesigned with a higher-resolution display, at least matching that of T-Mobile's G1.

By Jan. 16, 2009


Kogan announces $149 unlocked Android smartphone with 5-inch screen

The Agora offers some interesting specs, including dual SIM slots and a phablet-size display. It's scheduled to reach U.S. shores in about a month.

By Jan. 16, 2013


Kogan's 55-inch 4K TV costs just £550

Strewth! Australian company Kogan has announced one of the most wallet-friendly 4K tellies yet.

By Jan. 13, 2014


Android phone to emerge Down Under

By releasing two models, Kogan Technologies is cleverly piggybacking on existing hype about Google's open-source mobile phone platform.

By Dec. 9, 2008


Artist taps old computer parts for techie cityscapes

Old motherboards get a new lease on life in the hands of one Italian artist who makes art out of old computer parts.

By Sep. 14, 2012


Non-G1 Android phone to hit Australia in January

Kogan Technologies' Agora phone will be the first sold Down Under to run Google's mobile operating system. It has a keyboard, a touch screen, and 3G connectivity.

By Dec. 4, 2008


Leaked iOS 6 beta for Apple TV hints at apps -- finally

A leaked video showing off a new feature of the Apple TV suggests that a TV App Store may be on the way.

By Jun. 27, 2012


Report: Telstra eyes new HTC Android phone

At CES, the Australian carrier touts the virtues of an Android-based gadget in the works, while finding the Palm Pre lacking, says Smarthouse.

By Jan. 12, 2009


Google stuffs staffers' stockings with the G1

The search giant is playing Santa for its employees this year, giving them an HTC Dream, or G1 smartphone running its Android mobile operating system, as a holiday gift.

By Dec. 22, 2008