In gear this week; Puma releases a gleaming futuristic shoe inspired by BMW, a fan that looks retro but packs modern power, and a camera that packs a big wallop.
Dyson did the impossible: It turned boring appliances like vacuum cleaners and fans into cool objects of desire. We get a look inside its Singapore test labs and see how the magic is done.
The Samsung KS9000 SUHD TV features a quantum dot-enhanced 4K display, HDR support at a peak brightness of at least 1,000 nits, and a redesigned Smart Hub that includes a clever remote. Does that mean Samsung has a winner on its hands? We find out.
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Pascal finally has a mainstream GPU. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 joins the GeForce GTX 1070 and 1080 in punching above their price bracket and delivering previously unprecedented levels of performance. But is it really as fast as the GeForce GTX 980?
Looking cool and aloof, the new SilverStone Fortress FT05 mid-tower chassis has an unornamented facade, save for a well-ventilated top panel. The chassis comes in two color variants; black or silver. We take a closer look at the silver variant chassis from the Silverstone Fortress series.
As more and more millennials enter the workforce, the expectation of what a business device should be is changing. This generation of workers wants their devices to look good and be fit for entertainment as well, which is why companies are taking design cues from their consumer products.
In gear this week; an iPhone case that looks like it was designed by elves, a personal submarine for the well-heeled among you, and a butter spray that oozes delicious, delicious butter. Plus, all the big news you missed this week!
3DMark has launched Time Spy, a brand new DirectX 12 benchmark intended to assess the performance of the latest graphics cards on Windows 10. Here's how a handful of cards from the red and green camps measure up against each other.
After years of absence, LG's IT division has announced that it's once again bringing its well-regarded monitors to Singapore. Be it ultra-wide, 4K, or 1080p, there's something for everyone. Let's take a look.