The iPhone 4 is supposed to be faster than its predecessors and to prove this quickly, we loaded an iPhone 3G, an iPhone 3GS, an iPad and the iPhone 4 with Plants versus Zombies for the iPhone. Check out the differences! To get even more information, read our full review here.
Catch a glimpse of Panasonic's latest digital imaging/video portfolio such as the long awaited LUMIX LX5, a handful of hybrid cameras, the world's first AVCHD-based 3D-capable consumer camcorder and some interview highlights from their senior executives we interviewed.
We continue our second part of the Microsoft Office 2010 walk-through with Rashish Pandey, Product Manager for Office in Singapore, as he ran us through a demo of the top features from the new PowerPoint, Excel and Office Web Apps.
Microsoft's Office 2010 is no small upgrade with plenty of new productivity and web interactivity elements integrated throughout its suite. We met up with Rashish Pandey, Product Manager for Office in Singapore, to run us through a demo of the top features. Part 1 covers the new Outlook, Word and One Note.
Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, was in Singapore recently as part of the build-up to the launch of Office 2010 and we were lucky to hear from the man himself of the bigger picture that the new office productivity suite brings to the table, as well as other matters that were raised during a Q&A session.
We managed to snag Toshiba's latest wonder, a dual 7-inch touchscreen mini notebook, the Libretto W100. Smaller than a netbook, but more powerful and with much more interactivity, we give you a quick hands-on overview of this interesting little device.
Combining the convenience and speed of an ODD and SSD into a single slim device, we show you a demo of the HyDrive in action at Computex 2010.
Sony is the latest to debut a compact body camera equipped with a DSLR-class sensor in their new NEX series of cameras. We caught up with Toru Katsumoto, Senior GM of Sony's Digital Imaging Business Group to give us an overview and design insights of the NEX-5 and NEX-3.
Sony was involved in Avatar's production and despite the movie's success and the hype for 3D content, it's still a long way before 3D content becomes mainstream. To better understand Sony's view on what it would take to get broadcasters and production houses to get on-board the 3D bandwagon, we caught up with Chris Grey, Head of Broadcast & Content Creation Solutions, Sony Electronics APAC at BroadcastAsia 2010.
If you ever wanted to know what's cooking in the mobile industry from now till year-end, CommunicAsia is your best bet. The HardwareZone team was there to absorb all the happenings and we highlight the movers and shakers of the show such as Samsung, NTT docomo and Huawei. Enjoy!
- HyperX launches Savage, new SATA-based 2.5-inch SSD
- Facebook adds video calling to Messenger
- MyRepublic to offer 1,000 free SIM and unlimited data in mobility trial
- 4.7-inch Oppo Mirror 3 available in Singapore from mid-May for S$349
- Facebook activates Safety Check tool in Nepal, will also match donations up to US$2 million
- Uiee launches compact charger that doubles as power bank and wall charger
- LG prepares 4,000 G4 smartphones for a worldwide consumer experience outreach; Singapore included
- Casio's most advanced selfie camera is now available - the Exilim EX-TR60