As the leading proponent of MU-MIMO, Linksys has followed up on the success of its earlier EA8500 router with the new EA7500 router - an AC1900-class router that also supports MU-MIMO. Find out if this is the AC1900 router you should have.
Android Pay launches islandwide today, making Singapore the third country with Android Pay after the US and UK. The service is compatible with any Android device with NFC-enabled, running on Android 4.4 KitKat or higher and works with MasterCard and Visa cards from DBS, OCBC, POSB, Standard Chartered and UOB.
There hasn't been a flagship Windows phone in Singapore since 2014. But now Lumia is back, with the 950 and 950 XL, two flagship-spec devices with QHD Super AMOLED displays, Windows 10 Mobile OS and 20MP PureView rear cameras. Is it enough to make you finally care about Windows phone? We find out.
Gamers rejoice, the Steam Summer Sales event is here again and here are some of the deals that are worth checking out.
The SanDisk X400 SSD is one of the most affordable 1TB SSDs currently available, but are there any sacrifices? We find out.
Campus Game Fest 2016 is happening over at ITE College Central this weekend. Here's a look at some of the highlights (other than a schedule packed with gaming competitions) from the weekend's agenda.
Logitech's newest flagship pushes all the right buttons with impeccable tracking performance in both wireless and wired modes, a lightweight design, and excellent battery life. Here's what we thought about it after spending a week with the mouse.
A powerhouse that can charge your phone 40 times over, a 1840 lens design recreated, and a gorgeous Lego Porsche. This and more in your weekly gear.
Palit held a special event at the Hood Bar and Cafe at Bugis+ yesterday to mark the launch of its GeForce GTX 1080 GameRock series cards, a brand new line-up that offers even better performance than its JetStream cards.
Leagoo, a relatively new smartphone brand from China, entered the local market with its 6-inch Shark 1 smartphone that boasts a whopping 6,300mAh battery. Priced at S$399, can the Shark 1 provide compelling performance and bang for the buck in this competitive space? Find out in our review!