After months of testing, the airline has formally launched its BYOD Wi-Fi enabled in-flight entertainment system.
The entry level, prepaid version of Sprint's Kyocera Verve takes aim at texters on tight budgets.
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If you're in need of a low-cost prepaid phone, the Awe will satisfy, but if you want a quick-moving phone, move on.
The Korean giant's new flagship Android phone will make its way to the island nation for a cool S$868, and for AU$799 in Australia -- around $690 or £410.
Can't find the setting on your iPhone? That's because it's not there -- yet.
Available for a limited time, the plan relies on Wi-Fi connections for data consumption.
Days after announcing it agreed to buy a satellite startup, Google appears to be making another bet on space.
LG is bringing its wearable Lifeband Touch to Australia, though the device will not be accompanied by the brand's accompanying Heart Rate Earphones when it hits local stores.
Two years after launching the first Windows-based Lumia smartphone in Australia, Nokia is extending the brand with a new tablet release.
Though you won't get blazing data or processing speeds on the Kyocera Event, as an affordable smartphone it's an excellent choice.