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Bugged by battery drain problems on your iOS device after installing iOS 7? Fret not as we have compiled a list of tips to achieve longer battery life.
Microsoft's newest ergonomic keyboard - the latest in eight years - makes ergonomic keyboards look cool for the first time. But does it actually work better for your hands? Luckily for you, this reviewer has a bad wrist and is quite qualified to try it out - see what I discovered in this review.
The Zotac ZBOX Nano ID65 takes Intel’s NUC concept to the next level by packaging a more powerful processor and offering more connectivity options. We find out if this is the mini-PC that we can actually recommend people to buy.
Panasonic's latest mirrorless system camera, the GX7, comes with one neat trick - it has a built-in live viewfinder that tilts up to 90 degrees. The camera also comes with built-in image stabilization - a first for Panasonic's Micro Four Thirds cameras. Is this lucky number seven a winner?
At a special event exclusively for HardwareZone members only, a total of 50 lucky individuals were given the special privilege to test drive the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 ahead of its launch in Singapore.
The MSI N780 Lightning card features an overclocked NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 GPU rated at 980MHz. With a triple-fan cooling system and Military Class IV components, we put it to the test to see what truly lies behind the hood of this powerfully built graphics card.
BlackBerry recently added a new member to its BlackBerry 10 family of devices - the Z30. It sports the largest display and battery ever on a BlackBerry device. Check out our initial impressions of it at BlackBerry Jam Asia 2013 in Hong Kong.
AMD will be replacing most of the their GPU line-up really soon, so step right this way to find out more about the new AMD Radeon "Hawaii" graphics cards that will be made available next month.
AMD teased us with a reference unit of the top of the line "Hawaii" GPU based graphics card. So step right in and take a quick look at what you might be purchasing soon.
The iPhone 5S may look the same as its predecessor, but what it lacks in design innovation, it makes up for in hardware, with a new 64-bit A7 processor, biometric fingerprint sensor, M7 motion coprocessor and dual warm/cold LED flash. But are these enough to make the 5S a must-have upgrade? We find out.