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Review: Telstra Smart-Touch

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The Telstra Smart-Touch is Telstra’s first under $100 smart phone. It features Android 2.1, a resistive touch screen, GPS, MP3 player and FM  radio, back facing camera and NextG network compatibility. The phone features the standard Android installation and a stylus to use with the touch screen. Check out the full review after the break.

TECHGEEK Weekly 37: Kicking in the Front Seat

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We’re back with a new episode, and while the tech industry is at a standstill, the Internet gets a red-light district, and the Zune bids adieu. Meanwhile, the week has been dominated by security flaw after security flaw, and Rebecca Black infects our Chris’ mind with the weekend. We also wonder why 13-year olds are driving cars, and Internet Explorer 9 is finally out – and Stewart hates it. Why? […]

Telstra unveils it’s first $99 smartphone

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Today, Telstra has unveiled their cheapest Android-powered smartphone, called the Telstra Smart-Touch. The Smart-Touch will be a prepaid-only phone allowing customers to enjoy features like mobile browsing, social networking and emails. “Combining great looks, integrated Google services like Gmail and Google Maps and fun multimedia features, customers can also personalise the Smart-Touch by selecting from thousands of apps from the Android Market – including games, music and fitness apps,” Ms O’Flaherty said. Prepaid customers […]