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!
Unveiled today at MWC 2015, here's our hands-on with the latest HTC Grip wearable device custom made for sports centric use .
Sporting a 5.5-inch, 1080p curved P-OLED screen, LG's new G Flex2 is also the first Snapdragon 810-powered device to land in Singapore. A better screen and a faster processor aside, how else is it different from the original G Flex? This video will tell you more.
Ever wanted two screens on your smartphone? Someone at Yota Devices has heard your wish. This is the YotaPhone 2, a high-spec'ed phone with a 5-inch AMOLED display at the front, and a 4.7-inch 'always-on' e-ink screen at the back. Let us tell you more.
First launched in 2006, the Everun Ultra Mobile PC was a truly portable device that allowed you to enjoy the full desktop user experience of Windows XP. Pitted against other portable computing devices of its time, the Everun Windows device was probably miles ahead. However, it failed to catch on and its Korean manufacturer eventually went bust. We still have a working unit, so here's a sneak peek of the past!
We take a closer look at Xiaomi's first premium phablet, the 5.7-inch Full HD Mi Note. Does it have what it takes to challenge the iPhone 6 Plus as Xiaomi's CEO has pegged their device against? Let us know your thoughts!
The Phantom is a highly eye-catching and expensive speaker system (US$2,000 per speaker), that promises to replace full-sized speakers and deliver equivalent sound power in a tiny package, while still retaining good sonic quality. To achieve that, the speaker had to be redesigned from the ground-up with 1,527 engineering parts and is marketed as the "most dense sound in the world" considering its audio output for its physical size. You can even daisy-chain multiple Phantom speakers to fill a rather large space.
The HP Sprout in an innovative machine that combines several input options such a touchscreen, a touch mat, pen input, finger input, 3D scanning technology with 4 overhead cameras and has collaborative features that allow multiple parties to interact with data. HP is innovating in more ways than you know it and you only need to check out the HP Sprout in action to understand their vision of the future.
- Apple may be bringing the digital crown to the iPhone and iPad
- Galaxy Note 7 rumored to ship with Samsung Cloud storage service
- Apple Store in Singapore likely to open in November
- NVIDIA will pay GeForce GTX 970 owners US$30 each for misleading VRAM claims
- Tableau announces v10 of its beautiful data visualization software for businesses
- Microsoft releases its new iOS camera app, Pix, and touts its smart capabilities!
- AMD outs official specifications for Polaris-based Radeon RX 460 and RX 470
- Thermaltake announces Toughpower SFX Gold series PSUs for SFF systems