What happens when kids meet old school tech gadgets? They say the darndest things of course!
You've got to sympathize what tech support gurus have to endure, but once in a while, the right customer comes along ripe for the chopping board. Here's part 2 of our Tech Awards 2015 video skits.
You'll never believe what the editors of HardwareZone and HWM were fussing about a day before the big Tech Awards 2015 event.
Successfully concluded on the 10th April, the 6th edition of the HWM+HardwareZone.com Tech Awards event took place at Suntec Singapore Convention Centre to recognize the best brands and products in the technology industry. Here, then, are the video highlights of the event.
The ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi might be unbelievably slim and light, but that doesn't mean it cannot do serious work. Seeing is better than believing, so at an exclusive event for HardwareZone members, participants got run try out the Transformer Book T300 Chi for themselves.
Users are spoiled for choice these days when it comes to activity trackers. That said, the Jawbone Move, Microsoft Band and Striiv Fusion are three of the more accomplished ones around. We run through the key features of each of them.
Casio has undoubtedly been the king of selfie cameras for a while now, and their latest Exilim EX-ZR3500 looks to continue that trend with improved make-up and face-detect features. Check out the video for an in-depth look at what their new camera brings.
The first and biggest tech show of the year, IT Show 2015 sees several products making their debut here. From cameras and printers to notebooks and tablets, here's our list of the best deals and new products to look out for at the show. Enjoy and happy shopping!
We managed to get a sneak preview of NVIDIA's latest super card in action, the GeForce GTX Titan X. Running at 4K resolution in Unreal Engine 4 demo and in Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor with full graphical settings enabled, witness its silky smooth performance, all from a single GPU! This is the first card that fully embodies the second generation Maxwell GPU architecture and is truly designed for 4K gaming.
A 5.1-inch Quad HD display, an Exynos 7 processor, up to 128GB internal storage, a metal frame and a glass back - the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge run fast, look good, and feel good. We show you five distinguishing features that are best experienced though this video highlight.
With their metal frame, glass back, and new color finishes, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge look and feel so much better than previous Galaxy S series phones. There's also a higher-res screen, a faster processor, improved cameras, and a cleaner, more responsive UI. We take a closer look.
Here's our detailed hands-on with the latest HTC One M9 smartphone announced a day before MWC 2015!
- Fractal Design announces Define S, silent case with watercooling support
- Olympus announces the latest in their “Tough” series of ruggedised cameras – the Stylus Tough TG-4
- Qualcomm will ditch TSMC for Samsung to make the Snapdragon 820
- Re/code: Nokia plans return to phone market in 2016
- MediaTek launches 64-bit MT8163 and MT8735 chips for entry to mid-range tablets
- Canon launches the XEED WUX500, an LCOS projector with Wi-Fi and HDBaseT support
- Windows 10 to launch in end July?
- Sony unveils Xperia Z4 for Japan, another global flagship model to launch in May