Sitex, the last major tech show for 2012 has begun and it's an ideal place to lap up gifts and enjoy some personal treats for this Christmas season! Our Tech Show Portal has hundreds of pages of buying guidance and brochures, but if you only have a few minutes, we've scoured the show floor to compile some great gift ideas in one video. So check it out and have a great weekend of tech shopping!
Our recent PlayTest, a collaboration between Microsoft and HardwareZone, was a hit with our readers. Participants experienced Windows 8 first hand using some of the latest hardware out in the market and gained a number of useful insights from both the editorial team and Microsoft representatives. Check out the video event highlights to see what took place during our event.
In the last Windows 8 video, we touched on the basics of navigating the new OS. In this video, we take it a step further and show you how to use Charms, which are powerful contextual controls that give you access to almost every part of the system - including shutting down your system!
The Apple iPad mini may be more expensive than the other 7-inch tablets but people still queued to buy it. Join us as we check out what a few customers think about Apple's new 7.9-inch tablet before we take a closer look at how it compares against the Android competition.
Windows 8 changes the rules of using the traditional Windows OS to a large degree that even veterans could use some guidance on getting the best out of it. In this video, we show you the important basics of navigation, live tiles usage and setting up your lock screen with picture passwords.
We check out first-hand of the barrage of ASUS products designed for Windows 8 such as their Vivobook notebooks, VivoTab RT tablet and 10-point touch enabled AIO PCs.
With Microsoft's Windows 8 OS just two weeks away from launch, today we take a look at three of the earliest 'convertible' form-factor touchscreen Ultrabooks from HP, Dell and Sony. All of these Ultrabooks feature the ability to convert between notebook and tablet form factors, but each does it in a unique way.
Here's what to expect from the Samsung Galaxy Camera, a 16.3MP, 21x optical zoom-equipped digital camera with high-end smartphone-like specs, such as a quad-core processor, 3G/4G connectivity, and which runs on the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS.
Besides its massive 5.5-inch display, what new features does the Samsung Galaxy Note II offer to users? Well, join us as we check out some of its new features such as Air View, Quick Command and Multi-Window.
It's just weeks before Windows 8 is officially available and Samsung has showcased its first salvo of products designed for Win 8. We take a quick peek at the Samsung ATIV Smart PC series and their Series 5 Ultra Touch notebook running on the full fledged OS.
- Lenovo enters media casting space with Lenovo Cast
- HTC: One M9 and M9+ to be updated to Android M, more devices to be announced soon
- Lenovo looks to the future with smart concept technologies at Lenovo Tech World
- ASUS to announce ZenFone Selfie with two 13MP cameras and laser autofocus?
- SanDisk unveils Z400s low-cost SSDs to replace hard drives in notebooks
- Apple acquires augmented reality firm Metaio
- Google announces Brillo, its OS for the Internet of Things
- Google offers unlimited high-res picture and video storage with new Photos app