The biggest companies in tech have descended on Berlin this weekend to showcase their latest products, gadgets and innovations at IFA 2015. Here's just some of the things that caught our eye.
Cooler Master just held its "Make It Yours" seminar. Join us as we get up close and personal with some its innovative products that are targeted at the PC DIY community.
Computing is no longer an Excel crunching task, but it happens everywhere, anywhere and all the time. As such, Intel has its sight set to personalize the compute experience with three guiding principles. Find out what they are and the interesting demo experiences that support Intel's new compute vision.
Yolk, the team behind the Kickstarter success Solar Paper, came to Singapore to give us a hands-on with their portable solar charger, with news on the finalized version of the product.
Taking advantage of the upcoming SG50 Jubilee celebrations, Google has opened a special pop-up experience featuring Google technologies designed to take visitors through a virtual tour of Singapore's rich history.
On July 14, 2015, the New Horizons probe brought humanity the closest it's ever been to Pluto, the furthest planet (or non-planet?) in our Solar System. Here’s a short story about Pluto, who discovered it, who named it, and what we just learned about it.
The Mi Plug, like any other smart power plug, goes between the power plug of your appliance and the power socket. Because it’s able to get onto the Wi-Fi network, you’re able to control it remotely through a mobile app.
You probably seen photos of it and lusted after it, so is the MWE Lab Emperor 1510 workstation as outrageous as it looks? And is it worth the sticker price? We spent some time with it to find out.
Gaming chairs don't have to be expensive. The Secretlab Throne is a racing-inspired gaming chair from local startup Secretlab that delivers good function and comfort at a rather affordable price point.
April Fool's day is like Christmas for anyone who enjoys a good prank, a day where companies stop taking themselves too seriously and focus their efforts on wacky product demos and bizarre concept designs, often with a surprising amount of thought and effort. We've rounded up some of our favorites.