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- How To Pick Your Next Android Phone: 2015 Edition
- How To Instantly Charm Someone You've Never Met Before
- The Must-Have Phones From Mobile World Congress 2015
- How Jargon Ruins Our Attempts To Communicate
- How Australian Internet Providers Will Start Busting Users For Piracy
- All The Mobile Phone Frequencies Used In Australia (2015 Edition)
When you meet new people, you want to make a good impression and come across as likeable as possible. If turning on the charm is something you struggle with, here are the most important tips and tricks for charming the pants off someone you haven’t met.
You probably know this moment well. Everyone has said what they wanted to say and an awkward silence fills the room. Well, don’t be afraid — and save the day with a few of your best stories worth telling.
Mobile World Congress (MWC) is currently in full swing over in sunny Barcelona. It’s the place where the best up-and-coming smartphones and mobile gadgets are unveiled to the world ahead of their official launch dates. Here’s a look at the current cream of the crop — from HTC’s gunmetal One M9 to Samsung’s all-glass Galaxy S6.
Online spelling errors are irritating but easily fixed. A mistake on a sign is more expensive and more permanent. Here are three examples — all within a five-minute walk of each other — that show why it’s important to develop the habit of attention to detail whenever you write anything.
In this high-tech, gee-whiz world, more and more people seem to speak in jargon or, as I like to call it, gibberish. Whether it’s exclusive terms understandable by only a certain few, buzz-words intended to impress in meetings, or euphemisms to make something seem better than it is, the use of jargon really does little more than confuse the listener.
Mobile data is nearly ubiquitous, but there are still times when you find yourself outside the coverage area or don’t want to chew throw your miserable allowance. SMSmart can do basic searches, get directions, search Wikipedia and perform more tasks using SMS.