This time, Xiaomi decided to add one more hardware feature to its Mi Band wearable – heart rate tracking. No prizes for guessing how they arrived at the Mi Band Pulse's name. But how does it perform?
The ASUS ZenFone Zoom is the first smartphone with a true 3x optical zoom lens on the back. That means you can actually zoom in on your subject without losing a ton of detail in the process. All this in a smartphone not much thicker than the popular ZenFone 2. Is this the camera phone you've been waiting for?
Led by the super-slim and curved KS9000, Samsung's 2016 'SUHD' 4K TVs sport an improved quantum dot display and a high brightness of 1,000 nits for effective HDR rendering. More details after the jump.
The prosumer APS-C segment was overdue for a refresh, and both Canon and Sony have just put forth their latest flagship offerings - EOS 80D and the A6300. We managed to get hold of review units for both, and quickly put them through their paces. Who shows more promise? Find out in this shootout!
Even though NVIDIA introduced G-Sync in 2013, a significant price premium is still attached to G-Sync capable monitors. Unsurprisingly, adoption has also been patchy, despite the benefits. Read on to find out how G-Sync works and if you should upgrade your monitor.
Which smartphone takes the better photos? Is it the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, or last year’s smartphone camera champ, the Apple iPhone 6s Plus? Find out right here. Inside. Click.
Eager for what Computex 2016 will reveal? Here's what Gigabyte said it has in store. Yes, this means new motherboards (unfortunately no new chipset) and new features for both gamers and professionals.
Creative's iRoar is an intelligent portable wireless speaker that has its own audio processor within. We take it through its paces to see just how much difference the added intelligence makes.
Yes, smartphones and tablets are very advanced these days; but sadly, their batteries still don't last very long. To ensure our device can at least last through the day, many of us carry a power bank. But with so many choices out there, how does one go about choosing one? Here are 5 tips.
The 16,000mAh Mi Power Bank is Xiaomi's biggest power bank to date. A high capacity aside, it also comes with two USB ports that support a maximum output of 3.6A/5.1V. We tell you if you should pick one up, or stick to the 10,400mAh version.