With Funan DigitaLife Mall closing retail operations from 30th June 2016, we decided to capture the essence of Funan in our first ever 360 video on HardwareZone. Since you can interact to view various angles, we've shot the video to allow interaction time as we paused longer than usual in certain points of interest. Enjoy!
Samsung Pay is launching soon, but what's special and how does it work? We had Thomas Ko, (VP, Global GM of Samsung Pay at Samsung Electronics) and Chris Tarr (Regional Head of Contents & Services at Samsung Electronics) tell us about the in and outs of Samsung Pay.
At long last, Samsung Electronics has announced today the global launch of the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+, two smartphones with a 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display. On paper, they share many similar specs - so how do you tell one from the other? And are they what Samsung needs to counter the upcoming iPhones? Let's take a look!
The world's first dual laser light source home theater projector is finally available in Singapore and we had a demo of its color accuracy and black level reproduction against a competing 4K projector.
AMD showcased a reference notebook with AMD's top Carrizo APU, the FX-8800P, against a comparably capable CPU in the form of a HP notebook running an Intel Broadwell class Core i5-5200U. It's expected that AMD would take the lead with its more capable graphics core and UVD engine, but by what margin? This video says it all.
Successfully concluded on the 10th April, the 6th edition of the HWM+HardwareZone.com Tech Awards event took place at Suntec Singapore Convention Centre to recognize the best brands and products in the technology industry. Here, then, are the video highlights of the event.
A 5.1-inch Quad HD display, an Exynos 7 processor, up to 128GB internal storage, a metal frame and a glass back - the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge run fast, look good, and feel good. We show you five distinguishing features that are best experienced though this video highlight.
With their metal frame, glass back, and new color finishes, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge look and feel so much better than previous Galaxy S series phones. There's also a higher-res screen, a faster processor, improved cameras, and a cleaner, more responsive UI. We take a closer look.