Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: MobilityWhat can you do if you have an itch for a big-screen smartphone but can't get value from a plan that offers a $0 upfront handset or afford hundreds of dollars for an unlocked phone? If that describes your situation, Kogan is coming to the rescue with the $149 Kogan Agora Smartphone.
Ruslan Kogan’s 75 year old grandad isn’t satisfied that there are now more than 300,000 products with the Kogan name in consumer’s homes. He wants real live Kogans – and with Ruslan the last of the Kogan men (he’s got a younger sister and two female cousins) he’s feeling the pressure to procreate.
Ruslan Kogan has whipped out the shuriken and has sent several of them in the direction of world’s incredibly tardy PCs makers, beating them to the podium with a Chromium OS-powered Agora Laptop launch.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Home ITAfter the curious case of the missing Kogan listing at Microsoft’s Bing search engine, Kogan’s site has bounced back into Bing, removing the no listing sting, but does it make the clever e-tail mogul sing? We get Kogan’s response.
Featured | Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Fuzzy LogicRuslan Kogan is like the Bruce Lee of e-tail, karate chopping sales targets and prices while his fists of retail fury show that, in the game of tech thrones, Kogan is the big boss who knows the way of the discount is best fought while waving around his massive chutzpah - with Kogan now "bigger than porn".
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Home ITUPDATED 4PM: Following Kogan’s globally publicized IE7 tax stunt, generating the suave e-tail seductor untold zillions in free publicity, with now Microsoft, whether through malice or mistake, handing Kogan zillions more through the mystery of the Kogan website not directly coming up in Bing’s results.