In case you missed it, Apple has just reintroduced a 4-inch iPhone called iPhone SE, and a smaller but somewhat better iPad Pro. A lot of other things have happened too since March 22, and if you need to catch up, you've come to the right place.
With its new Snapdragon 820 SoC making its way into just about every flagship device to be launched in the first half of 2016, Qualcomm is on track to leave behind all the unhappy memories of 2015. Here's what you need to know about Qualcomm's latest super chip.
From 21st March till 3rd April 2016, Samsung has a roadshow at Civic Plaza outside of Ngee Ann City. It features a couple of themed experiential zones for VR, new smartphones, and its suite of connected devices. Check them out!
LG has just unveiled the G5, a modular flagship smartphone, which you'll be able to customize with a slew of add-on attachments like a camera add-on grip, and a Hi-Fi DAC. Check out our first impressions here!
Apple will be holding a special event on March 21 (U.S. time) to announce several new products. Here's a list of what we know so far.
Our demand for more bandwidth and faster connections will never be satisfied. Here are some experimental technologies from Qualcomm's research arm that could potentially satiate our appetites in the future.
How about a new round of deals to keep the Monday Blues at bay? Whether you're a gamer or photographer, we've got something for you today.
This week, all three telcos announced add-on options for new and re-contracting subscribers to increase the amount of data in their mobile plans. But who's giving you the most data for your dollar, and should you sign up now or wait for a fourth player to enter the market?
We pit the new Samsung Galaxy S7 - with lower megapixel count but larger photosites - against the older Galaxy S6, with its 16-megapixel rear camera that was excellent in its own right. Which phone fared better for photo-taking?
As they say, the best way to chase away Monday blues is to buy, buy, buy!