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  • Top 10 best Nokia phones of all time
    Mobility and Wireless

    Top 10 best Nokia phones of all time

    Microsoft may be pulling the Nokia brand from Australia, but the glorious company will leave an indelible legacy. Here's but a glimpse at ten just examples.

    Top 10 best Nokia phones of all time
  • The best smartphones of 2014 (Part I)
    Mobility and Wireless

    The best smartphones of 2014 (Part I)

    Smartphone flagships for 2014 have been announced by Samsung, HTC, Nokia, Sony and more. Many of them have found themselves on shop shelves already, but which is the smartphone you want to spend the next 24 months with? This slideshow brings the next generation smartphones together in one easy to use and resource rich gallery.

    The best smartphones of 2014 (Part I)
  • IN PICTURES: Latest tech at Microsoft APC
    Business Products

    IN PICTURES: Latest tech at Microsoft APC

    Microsoft's annual Australian Partner Conference in Cairns featured a showfloor which housed several dozen vendor and distributor partners. More than 750 resellers in attendance were given the opportunity to interact with Microsoft technology and software across a selection of platforms.

    IN PICTURES: Latest tech at Microsoft APC
  • IN PICTURES: Microsoft APC welcomes partners with flare
    Microsoft Partner Cloud

    IN PICTURES: Microsoft APC welcomes partners with flare

    Microsoft welcomed its local channel partners to the Australian Partner Conference with a fire display during a networking evening on day one of the event. The company hosted the 750 attendees in Cairns.

    IN PICTURES: Microsoft APC welcomes partners with flare
  • IN PICTURES: Windows Phone 8 Sydney launch
    Windows 8 Central

    IN PICTURES: Windows Phone 8 Sydney launch

    Windows Phone 8 was launched in Sydney at Blu Bar on 36 in the Shangri-La Hotel overlooking the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Microsoft's Ben Miller, Megan Howard and Brett Murray led the event. Representatives of Samsung, Nokia and HTC, all unveiled their versions of Windows Phone 8, a few of which could be seen at the launch. However, as release dates varied from mid-November to early December, there wasn't much on hand. While some of the speakers professed to be 'excited' by the new phone, excitement wasn't really the word to describe what the assembled media agreed was, at best, a low-key launch. The phones themselves look good but as you couldn't get your hands on one it's hard to tell. More to come in the future on that front when we finally get to test them.

    IN PICTURES: Windows Phone 8 Sydney launch

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