IFA is Europe's biggest and most important tech show, and here are the 8 coolest and most important new devices that were unveiled this year.
Saw some pre-installed apps that you don't want on your brand spanking new device? Let us tell you how to get rid of them.
OnePlus is calling its new smartphone the '2016 Flagship Killer', but is it a worthy successor to last year's OnePlus One? Can it really kill the likes of the Samsung S7 and LG G5, and more importantly, can you actually buy one this time round? We find out in this full review.
If you just look at the specs, you'll be scratching your head wondering why Samsung made two such similar phones. But specs don't tell the whole story. Pick up the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ and you'll know why they've to exist separately. We tell you this other half of the story.
With Jurassic World reigniting the interest in dinosaurs all over again, there's no better time for an AR app like Oriinokards to release. We were invited to the game's global launch yesterday and here's what we found out.
The Alcatel OneTouch watch works on both iOS and Android and places a lot of emphasis on design, features and affordability. How does it fare in this post Apple Watch landscape? Read on to find out.
Sony unveiled its newest flagship, the Xperia Z3+, today. Known in Japan as the Z4 (the Japan version includes Digital TV and a Japan-specific FeliCA RFID smart card reader), the Z3+ boasts a slimmer, lighter design, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor and a new 5MP front-facing camera.
Xiaomi's latest value flagship boasts impressive hardware specs like a 5-inch full HD display, 13-megapixel camera and Qualcomm's second-generation 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor. At just S$279, the Mi 4i might sound too good to be true. Join us as we find out if it truly is a good deal.
The Huawei P8 looks really impressive on paper: 6.4mm thin full aluminum design; octa-core 64-bit Kirin 930 processor; 5.2-inch Full HD display with ultra thin bezels and 78.3 percent body-to-screen ratio; and a 13-megapixel camera with OIS and the world's first RGBW sensor and DSLR-level independent image processor. But can it live up to its specs? We find out.
ASUS is back with its low cost, high performance ZenFone series. This year's top-end ZenFone 2 has a 5.5-inch Full HD display and is powered by a quad-core Intel Atom processor. It's also the first smartphone in Singapore with a whopping 4GB RAM. In fact ASUS is calling it the "Monster Performance Smartphone." Will it live up to the name? We find out.