Feature Article Shootout: The best Bluetooth keyboard
Tablets and smartphones are so powerful these days, many people no longer need a laptop. But if you want to get any serious work done, a touchscreen keyboard just won’t cut it. A portable Bluetooth keyboard is easy to set up and gives you a real typing experience. We find out which is the best.
There hasn't been a flagship Windows phone in Singapore since 2014. But now Lumia is back, with the 950 and 950 XL, two flagship-spec devices with QHD Super AMOLED displays, Windows 10 Mobile OS and 20MP PureView rear cameras. Is it enough to make you finally care about Windows phone? We find out.
Feature Article Mega games round-up from E3 2016 expo
Games, games and more games - that sums up any E3 expo, but what exactly can we expect in the next few quarters? We round-up every major game title launched from Bethesda, EA, Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony and Ubisoft.
Feature Article HWZ Deal Alert: 29th April 2016
It's the long weekend! Celebrate with some much deserved shopping treats. This friday, we've got a set of legendary headphones, a convertible tablet, a bundle of games, and a portable speaker. As always, #BBBMTL!
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is Microsoft's latest standard bearer for its crusade to convince consumers that they don't necessarily have to make the choice between a tablet and laptop. Does it live up to its hype? We share our detailed experience with the latest darling from Microsoft.
Feature Article Hands-on with the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 tablet
After nailing down the form factor and the key feature set, Microsoft's main focus with the Surface Pro 4 is simply to make a better Surface Pro 3. And it has succeeded. Let's take a closer look.
Feature Article Windows 10: What you need to know
Windows 10 for PCs and tablets have arrived since July 29, but that's just only the beginning. In this all-in-one, constantly-updated article, we address common Windows 10 questions, highlight key features to check out, and look forward to what's on the horizon.
Versus the newly announced Dell XPS devices that come with Thunderbolt 3 support, on paper, Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book suddenly don't seem that ultimate anymore. Is their lack of Thunderbolt 3, USB 3.1 Gen 2, and USB-C a mistake? Here are my thoughts and some speculation.