April Fool's day is like Christmas for anyone who enjoys a good prank, a day where companies stop taking themselves too seriously and focus their efforts on wacky product demos and bizarre concept designs, often with a surprising amount of thought and effort. We've rounded up some of our favorites.
The Galaxy Alpha smartphone is Samsung's experiment on using metal for its body construct and is positioned to compete against the iPhone 6. Does Samsung's experimentation with the 4.7-inch Alpha pay off? We investigate.
The 2-in-1 hybrid PadFone has always been one of the flagship models in ASUS' product range, but the new PadFone S retails for just S$449, half the price of the previous PadFone Infinity. Is this new low cost PadFone a re-branding of its premium heritage, or the first budget entry for this series? Whichever the case, find out how it fares!
"Never Settle" being OnePlus One's motto, it promises to deliver a stock Android experience, while empowering users to tweak and maximize the utility and power of the mobile phone. Does it live up to its motto? We find out in this review.
The original Moto X finally made its way to Singapore earlier this year, but we won't have to wait as long for its successor. The Moto X (2014) has an updated design, a larger 5.2-inch Full HD display, a flagship-level Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and better voice and gesture commands, all while retaining its near stock Android OS.
The most celebrated men's football tournament has commenced, and ever since, it has undoubtedly been the most popular topic around. Here are a few crucial mobile apps we've scoured, so you can pacify your World Cup appetite.
Recently, there has been a trend in pushing devices tailored for the enterprise market space. Samsung's new Galaxy Tab Pro series of tablets panders towards this market space as a step below the Note series, but does it deliver? We take the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE edition for a thorough review to find out.
The HTC Desire 816 is marketed as a 'flagship midrange' phablet, thanks to its 5.5-inch screen, quad-core processor, and a relatively affordable price tag. Does it live up to its billing though? We find out.
Late last year, ASUS released the Fonepad Note 6, an Intel flavored stylus-based phone, as an attempt to challenge the dominance of Samsung in this segment of the smartphone market. Is the ASUS Fonepad Note 6 a worthy competitor? That's what we intend to find out for you!
The Oppo N1 is the first device that allows users to choose between Oppo's own ColorOS or Cyanogenmod - all without voiding warranty. A swiveling camera and secondary touchpad rounds up its highlights. Will such a device win the hearts of Android power users? We investigate.