The Samsung Galaxy S III has a suite of nifty software features. In this video, we check out its S Voice function and compare it with Siri on the Apple iPhone 4S and Speaktoit Assistant, a free voice app for Android, tested on the HTC One X.
In this video, we take a quick look at the user interface differences between the HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S III in a handful of everyday usage aspects.
We had the privilege of yet another hands-on session with the Samsung Galaxy S III where we checked out even more features that we didn't touch upon during its launch event. Get acquainted with it now!
The new star from Samsung's mobile line-up isn't only big on specs, it has also got a slew of new features to stay ahead of the curve. We show you some of the cooler features of the Galaxy S III smartphone that we had a chance to try. For more details, you can check our hands-on article too.
We take a quick look at the new Android 4.0 equipped ASUS PadFone, a smartphone that can be converted to a slate and a netbook when plugged into its accompanying accessories, the PadFone Station and the Station Dock.
Season 01Join our mascots Zotto and Zonia in their Adventures in HardwareZone as they strive to bring a smile to the faces of HardwareZoners everywhere, with the guidance of the great Guru Vijay!
Episode 04Watch the thrilling finale to the Adventures of the HardwareZoners here! Will our beloved mascots be able to overcome the threat to our favourite tech portal with Vijay’s advice, or will Dr. Nett realise his ambitions of online community domination?
Some might say the new Apple iPad doesn't look that much different from last year's iPad 2. But is that really true? We'll find out by asking those who have never owned or held an Apple tablet and determine if they can figure out which is the new iPad.
Episode 03Something purple is sucking up HardwareZoners, will Zotto & Zonia save the day? How can Zotto combat this evil if he loses the strength of HardwareZone’s community? Will all be lost and HardwareZone be shut down once and for all? Find out more here!
During Mobile World Congress, HTC showcased its One series of smartphones. True to its promise, the new Android 4.0 devices will be available globally from April. Here’s a quick round-up of what you need to know about the new HTC devices.
- Outlook comes to iOS and Android
- OnePlus' in-house OxygenOS slated for 12th February unveiling
- Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4-3333 RAM sets new record with 4351MHz clock speed
- Qualcomm: Snapdragon 810 will not be used in an upcoming flagship device
- Pioneer announces launch of HRM-7 professional studio monitor headphones
- Canon introduces new Maxify color inkjet printers for small and home offices
- You can pre-order the NW-ZX2 High-Resolution Walkman today
- ZTE launches octacore-powered Blade S6 smartphone