You know what it is like when you find your long lost pair of comfy shoes – reliving the moment when you slide your feet into them and let out a long (sometimes silent) “ahhhhhhhhhhh”? Well that’s how I felt when I started using the new BlackBerry Z10. It’s been a mobiles world without a strong BlackBerry showing in recent times – and although we know brands come and go, I couldn’t bring myself to speak about BlackBerry in the past tense. The sheer volume of users around the globe kept that glimmer of hope alive that we would see something new and exciting from BlackBerry.
In January we announced we’ll be ranging the Sony Xperia Z – Sony’s new flagship Android smartphone. We know you’ve all been waiting eagerly for it and now it’s here.
The impressive new 4G-enabled smartphone boasts features such as a 13.1 megapixel fast-capture camera and brings Sony’s TV expertise to the smartphone with the razor sharp Reality Display.
And what better way to break the ice at a party than to strike up a conversation about the current humidity levels and barometric pressure!
Forget Gucci loafers and a Prada bag, the latest trend to hit the streets is wearable technology. This new wave of wearables include gadgets that link to our smart phones, devices that monitor for heart-attacks or strokes, to the more extreme, like eyeglasses that augment reality by superimposing visuals in our sight. This new wave of wearable gadgets are allowing technology to become even more integrated in our lives and opening up a whole new world of possibilities.
It’s hard to believe that today marks the first anniversary of Telstra connecting customers to the NBN. Over the past year our local teams have seen first-hand how NBN can improve the lives of our customers.