The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active prides on its rough and tough built intended to protect it against dust and water as it earns an IP67 rating. Let's find out in this review if it can match or even go beyond the protection the rugged Sony Xperia Z already offers.
The Xiaomi Redmi has arrived in Singapore, and we might see it soon here in the Philippines. This phone has proven itself to be very popular in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Let's see in this review what the Redmi has in store for us.
Announced at MWC 2014, the Huawei MediaPad M1 is a tablet made for entertainment purposes. This slate is highly affordable, and it promises to keep you entertained while on-the-go via its LTE connectivity.
Huawei took the wraps off of their latest social-friendly smartphone at MWC 2014, the Ascend G6 4G. This device comes with a 5-megapixel front-facing camera that lets you take better "selfie" shots via its unique wide-angle lens.
Samsung introduced its new caching technology called RAPID mode when it launched its mainstream SSD 840 EVO last year. This technology is also included on its latest flagship SSD 840 Pro drive. We take a closer look at how this technology works and how well it performs.
Two years ago, Nikon launched its flagship D4 DSLR. Now, it bumps it up with some improvements and changes on the D4S, but is it a worthy upgrade? Check out our hands-on to find out our first impression.
Initially revealed at Consumer Electronics Show 2014, the Sony SmartBand SWR10 was announced at Mobile World Congress 2014 to be available worldwide starting March 2014. We checked this device at the Sony booth to have a closer look.
ASUS took the wraps off the PadFone Mini and ZenFone series last month at Consumer Electronics Show 2014. We dropped by the ASUS booth today at Mobile World Congress 2014 to give these new devices a try.
Held in the beautiful island of Bali, the SEA Forum 2014 brought to the region Samsung's latest products and solutions in different categories, including business, computing, healthcare, home appliances, home entertainment, imaging, and mobile.
The new Huawei MediaPad X1 is a sleek device that can be carried around like a smartphone but its 7-inch screen makes it more like a tablet. Now, we don't know if its a smartphone or a tablet, and neither does Huawei. So, why don't you read on and decide?