Intel's Project Alloy is the first high quality fully untethered VR experience headset that is also the only one to offer a Mixed Reality experience. What is it and what can you expect? We got you covered, including a demo from the keynote that shows it all!
Love watching the latest Hollywood blockbusters? CatchPlay is a Netflix of sorts for movie lovers, and it's now available in Singapore. Learn more about it here.
Google Duo is a a new one-to-one video calling app that's made simple, secure and effective - even with a weak connection. Best of all, you'll never miss a precious moment and that's what matters most.
The new ASUS ROG GX800 is poised to take the title of "King of Gaming Notebook". Find out what its lucky owners can expect to enjoy in our in-depth preview of this gaming behemoth.
Has HTC made a perfect smartphone, now that it has access to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC? Here's our review of HTC's 2016 flagship Android smartphone, the HTC 10.
Besides its very affordable price tag and whopping 5,000mAh battery, what else does the ASUS ZenFone Max offer that its similarly spec-ed ZenFone Laser doesn't? Read this review to find out more!
I’ve just tried the PlayStation VR, and it’s turned me from a VR skeptic to a VR believer. Here’s why.
The Galaxy Note7 is Samsung's first dual-curved display, and IP68 dust and water resistant Note device, and also the first ever Samsung device with both an iris scanner and a USB Type-C port. With this many firsts, the Note7 is looking mighty impressive. We take a closer look.
DVB-T2 isn't the name of another astromech droid in Star Wars. Instead, it's the latest broadcast transmission standard for digital TV that many countries (including Singapore) are using. Here's a quick primer and how to get your TV ready for it.
We take a sneak peek at the latest and what's perhaps the most ambitious game store in town, the Harvey Norman Games Hub at Millenia Walk.