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With Star Wars now showing in cinemas, HP has unleashed its Star Wars Special Edition notebook. Available now, we checked it out to see if the Force is strong with this one.
Remember Google's photo backup service called Google Photos? Its unique selling proposition is insane: free and unlimited backups of your mobile photos. How does Google Photos stack up against popular photo backup services for mobile, and is it the one for you? Here’s a quick comparison to help you decide.
At long last, the final judging event for Intel's Invent 50 competition has concluded. Whether it's amphibious drones, autonomous security robots, or medical technology, the finalists have got it all covered. Which team will walk away with S$10,000 and an internship with Intel?
Staying true to their roots, BlackBerry brings their physical keyboard, productivity suite, and security measures onto a 5.4-inch Android OS smartphone. Here's our first impressions.
NVIDIA has been working hard to make it DesignWorks platform even better. The company also wants to improve the adoption rate of Iray for real-time ray tracing capabilities. With its latest trick in predictive design, NVIDIA hopes to help professional users avoid costly design pitfalls!
The modern automobile is incredibly smart. There are cars that can connect to the web to stream entertainment content, traffic information, weather forecasts and more. But are we and automakers really ready for cars that can connect to the Internet?
Covering three levels, and taking up 100,000 square feet, the superstore is said to house the biggest range of electrical, IT, furniture, and bedding products in Singapore.
Last year, Casio experimented with a concept camera design they termed the "freestyle" camera with a detachable module that allowed users to shoot from unexpected angles. They are now back with a much better and capable version - meet the Exilim FR100.
HardwareZone was at ISSE 2015 last week, and there were many cool gear that caught our attention. Here are a few more mainstream ones that you can probably afford if you save hard enough.
To allow exhibitors and visitors to engage and experience the benefits of technology and the latest products, this year's Sitex will have four thematic zones: Smart Home / Smart Living, Adventure IT Arena, Gaming Ground, and SpotLight @ Sitex.
- Photo-editing app Prisma arrives on Android
- Verizon is paying US$4.8 billion to acquire Yahoo’s core business
- Canon launches new A3 color laser printers for businesses with large print runs
- Cyanogen Inc. discharges 20 percent of its workforce
- Now Samsung is suing Huawei over patent infringements
- Pokémon GO has the most downloads in first week of launch on Apple's App Store
- Galaxy Note 7's iris scanner may not work well with glasses or contact lenses
- Apple rumored to release the next generation iPhone in the week of 12 September