Acer does a twist and turn with Google's Android on their Aspire ONE netbook. Find out if Android is a good enough reason to shell out the cash for a new netbook.
Nokia's foray into the internet tablet business has come full circle with the new N900. This latest Maemo-based device now features full cellular support and a new interface that could herald the future of Nokia's N-series devices. Read on to learn more about the first of possibly many Nokia-Maemo partnerships.
In a time when there was just too many phones to choose from, RIM's BlackBerry Bold 9000 was a real gem amongst the sea of devices. Now, the definitive product from the Canadian company has a new successor, the BlackBerry Bold 9700. But will it gain the popularity enjoyed by its earlier sibling? We reveal all in this review!
Apple debuts a new capacitive mouse with no buttons that works like magic - but is it really? We find out.
While the long-awaited PlayTest #4 had a successful field day on 21st November, we bring you reportage and pictures of event highlights. In this exciting edition of PlayTest, our theme focused on lifestyle on-the-go with talk sessions hosted by the editorial team and several exclusive tech gadgets never seen before!
We take a close look at the recently released Nokia X3, one of the newer models under the XpressMusic line and see whether it is up to par with our expectations.
Canon Inc. held a camcorder seminar in Tokyo, Japan recently, and we were there to hear Canon's bigwigs talk about those who buy camcorders, camcorders versus DSLRs, and the future of camcorders.
The Archos Vision 3, one of the newest PMPs from Archos, sets to impress with its sleek form, but how does it fare overall?
Sony Ericsson's second Windows Mobile device, the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2, comes with a variety of updates such as Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5, an 8.1-megapixel camera and a bunch of new XPERIA panels. We share our experience with the phone that blends business and pleasure seamlessly in this full review.
Christmas comes early for all the iPhone lovers out there, with SingTel, Starhub and M1 revealing the iPhone 3GS price plans. So now, the question is - which telco plan is most suited for you? We've done some quick analysis to help you out in this article. *Updated!* All three telcos have matched each other's data bundle and data cap offer.