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Dell’s excellent XPS 13 notebook is now available as a convertible and is powered by Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors. What’s new and is it any good? Let us give you our first impressions.
ASUS has announced the ZenFone 3 Zoom, a phone with dual cameras for shooting in portrait mode and a huge 5,000mAh battery.
CES isn’t CES without new TVs, and thank goodness, TV manufacturers didn’t disappoint us last week at Las Vegas. Here are 5 awesome 4K TVs to look forward to this year. It's time to save up!
Samsung Singapore has revealed availability and pricing details of its refreshed upper mid-range Samsung Galaxy A (2017) range. Available in 5.2- and 5.7-inch screen sizes, the A range now sports 16MP front and rear cameras, an IP68 build and always-on Super AMOLED displays. Full details inside.
Creative's new Sound BlasterX Katana is a multi-driver sound bar audio system that also crams a full-fledged sound card for powerful sound processing capabilities. With clever audio engineering and a well-tuned speaker system, this sleek speaker system packs a wallop. Find out in our detailed listening session!
Yep, the iPhone is officially ten. Ten years ago today, Steve Jobs unveiled the very first iPhone to the world. It's easy to see how game changing an event it was now, but back then? Let's just say, reaction was mixed.
The greatest geek show on the planet has commenced officially on 5th January with plenty of new gadgets and technologies for consumers to rejoice. Here's a compilation of what we've got to-date, but do check back often for more updates. Let's go!
The ASUS ZenFone VR is the first to support both Google’s Project Tango depth-sensing technology and its Daydream VR platform. It also features a whopping 8GB of RAM, the better to transport you to a new reality.
Huawei's latest flagship comes crammed with cutting edge features like a new octa-core Kirin 960 SoC, dual Leica-branded lenses, and even machine learning technology for smarter resource allocation. Here's a closer look at the phone.
Xiaomi announced three new products at their “A Glimpse Into The Future” CES 2017 press conference, which also happens to be their CES debut.
- App.net is dead, long live Micro.blog
- Android creator Andy Rubin is building a new company and a premium smartphone
- No surprise: PC market suffers 5th straight year of decline
- Lyft lost US$600 million in 2016
- Apple's App Store estimated to generate US$5.4 billion revenue in 2016
- Huawei and Motorola schedule launch events for MWC 2017
- The next iPhone to have IP68 rating for water and dust resistance?
- Apple's AirPods captured 26% of wireless headphone market after launch