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Apple designs and creates iPod and iTunes, Mac laptop and desktop computers and the revolutionary devices iPhone and iPad.
No matter what your individual needs, a BlackBerry® solution will enable you to accomplish more by keeping you in touch with information, colleagues and friends.
With a focus on product design with performance, endurance and craftsmanship, HTC offers innovative & feature rich smartphones that ensure an elegant experience in a beautiful, minimalist package.
Nokia’s mission is simple: Connecting People. Our goal is to build great mobile products that enable billions of people worldwide to enjoy more of what life has to offer.
At SAMSUNG, we see every challenge as an opportunity, and believe that we are perfectly positioned to be one of the world's recognized leaders in digital technology.
Our vision is to become THE communication entertainment brand. We want to inspire you to do more than just communicate. We want to enable you to create and participate in entertainment experiences. Experiences that blur the lines between communication and entertainment.
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THEY account for less than 4 per cent of our electricity generation now, but solar and wind could be cheaper than coal by 2030, according to the Climate Commission. Chief commissioner Professor Tim Flannery said rooftop solar panels may already be cheaper than conventional electricity in areas with high power prices, such as south-west Western [...] Related posts:
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CLOSE to half of Australian mobile users are receiving bill shock and paying 40 per cent more than their advertised monthly contract, according to a study of the sector by Macquarie University. The study finds that the average advertised monthly cap cost is about $53 but the actual cost to consumers averages $73. The study’s [...] Related posts:
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The iPhone 5 has been out for around five weeks now and deciding on which iPhone 5 deal is best for you can be a tough task. With all major Australian mobile providers offering the iPhone 5, the options and choices are in abundance. To take full advantage of the iPhone 5′s hardware upgrades, [...] Related posts:
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