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Feature Article Shootout: The best smartphones under S$350
If you don’t feel like paying close to S$1,000 just to have the latest and greatest flagship smartphone, there's excellent value to be found in mid-range mainstream smartphones, many of which now boast flagship features like Full HD displays and 64-bit octa-core processors. We take a look at six devices under S$350 to find out which offers the most bang for your buck.
The 10.8-inch Microsoft Surface 3 is a cost-effective alternative to the bigger and pricier Surface Pro 3. It is capable of handling basic productivity tasks and boasts excellent battery life and portability to boot.
At the Microsoft Build developer conference, we got a chance to try out the unreleased HoloLens, a Windows 10-running mixed reality headset powered by the Windows Holographic computing platform. Is it as good as some claimed it to be? We tell you.
Feature Article The best April Fool's pranks of 2015
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.
Feature Article This is the Microsoft Surface 3
Microsoft has announced the Surface 3, a 10.8-inch 2-in-1 device that bears many similarities as the 12-inch Surface Pro 3. We've fondled it for quite a bit, and here are our first impressions.
The Halo 5: Guardians Beta has officially begun. We take it for a spin and tell you the top gameplay matters that are important to know. Oh and while we were compiling them, we thought we should put in a FAQ as well, so step right in for more info.
Microsoft is calling the Nokia Lumia 830 an "affordable flagship." And with its sleek aluminum frame and curved-at-the-edges Gorilla Glass 3 screen, it certainly looks like one. But can this S$529 Windows 8.1 smartphone compete with more expensive flagship devices in other areas too? We find out.
Microsoft's Universal Mobile Keyboard is a sleek and mobile keyboard that builds upon the the tried and tested Wedge Mobile Keyboard, but with improved compatibility for almost any kind of mobile device. However, they might have overlooked on some of the softer aspects that might affect its overall standings and we've got the details for you.