We took the latest Samsung NX30 interchangeable lens digital camera for a quick hands-on test. All we can say for now is, Samsung's getting better at this.
Samsung unveiled the world's first bendable TV prototype that allows the viewer to bend the screen on demand. Soon, you'll never have to decide whether to purchase a flat or curved screen TV.
Samsung today launched four new tablets that focuses on enabling users with better tools for productivity as well as enhancing user's experience with a high resolution display. We take a closer look at what these new devices have to offer.
It's the end of the year - which features did our readers love the most in 2013? Click in to find out.
Samsung has been on a roll releasing new tablets for almost every segment, including young pre-school kids! The Galaxy Tab 3 series makes up the company's mainstream offerings and we take a look at the 8-inch variant that's becoming a new sweet spot for consumers.
Sitex is currently underway here in Singapore, but over in the US, Black Friday madness is about to grip the nation. If you're prepared to jump through a few hoops to get the best deals, online shopping on Black Friday (even with the extra shipping costs) can be much cheaper than local prices.
An oddity in the smartphone world, the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom combines an S4 Mini with the capabilities of a digital compact. But does this work out? Join us as we put the camera aspect of the phone to the test.
Samsung tried to bring the functionality of the S Pen to the tablet form factor last year with the Galaxy Note 10.1, but it missed the mark. One year on, can Samsung's more polished Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition better compete with similar features as the Galaxy Note 3? Read on as we reveal how it fares in this review.
With full HD visuals, a new and improved Smart Hub as well as 3D capabilities, the Samsung F800 55-inch TV is one of the high end panels that the Korean manufacturer has made available to the public in 2013. So just how good is this edge-lit LED TV? Read on to find out.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 8.0 is an 8-inch Android tablet with an integrated Samsung S Pen stylus, making it ideal for those with productivity in mind (or anyone still playing Draw Something). It is however rather expensive at S$788 (LTE version). We find out if it lives up to its premium price tag.