Forget virtual reality (VR), Lenovo and Google wants you to explore the world of augmented reality (AR) in the first Tango-enabled smartphone, the Phab2 Pro. Check out our quick hands-on here.
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.
A picture-on-glass design, HDR10 and Dolby Vision HDR support, WebOS 3.0 interface, sound that's designed by Harman Kardon - there are plenty of reasons to like the LG Signature G6 OLED TV. But what we really love about it is the picture quality. Here's our review.
All three telcos have revealed their price plans for LG's upcoming V20 smartphone. We compare them to see who's offering the best deal at each tier.
Huawei's latest flagship comes crammed with cutting edge features like a new octa-core Kirin 960 SoC, dual Leica-branded lenses, and even machine learning technology for smarter resource allocation. Here's a closer look at the phone.
LG's newest flagship smartphone, the V20, will be coming to Singapore on 5th November for S$998. The V20 sports a bevy of high-end pro-sumer features, including a Hi-Fi Quad DAC with speakers tuned by B&O, an HD Audio Recorder, and front and rear wide-angle lens cameras. We take a closer look.
Adobe MAX is Adobe’s biggest show for the year, during which the company shows off its latest product developments. This year is no different, and we were on hand to bring you all the news.
91.3% screen-to-body ratio, all-ceramic casing, no traditional proximity sensor and earpiece, Snapdragon 821 SoC - the Xiaomi Mi MIX is without doubt the most jaw-dropping phone you'll see all year. And it's actually shipping in China soon. We go hands-on.
5.7-inch dual-curved OLED display, 3D curved back, 23MP rear camera, Quick Charge 3.0 - is the Mi Note 2 the Galaxy Note 7 replacement you've been waiting for? Here's our hands-on.
Meet the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, NVIDIA's latest offering to take on the Radeon RX 460 and RX 470. Finally, there is a Pascal card for every budget and price point.