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Taking pride in its solid body and clear display, the Starmobile Crystal is a 4.5-inch smartphone that offers a premium look for an entry-level price. Read on and find out how the Crystal fares with other smartphones of its caliber.
Never get lost as you discover the world using the new Google Maps. Take a quick tour with us on this brief hands-on.
Google revealed the changes and improvements to its social network Google+ at the three-day soiree known as Google I/O. Google+ will have 41 new features that include a smart Photo tool, a new Hangouts app, and various tweaks for a better Google+ stream.
AMD's new Radeon HD 7790 plugs the midrange gap between the Radeon HD 7770 and the Radeon HD 7850. The HD 7790 utilizes a completely new GCN (Graphics Core Next) 28nm GPU, codenamed Bonaire. We take a look at its renditions from ASUS and Sapphire.
Nokia unveiled its latest flagship, the Lumia 925, at an event held in London. Read on to see our first impressions on the Nokia Lumia 925.
Do budget-minded PC owners have to upgrade their rig at the same time with the yearly release of new processors based on new microarchitectures? This article teaches us that one can rejuvenate an aging PC by simply installing a powerful midrange graphics card from NVIDIA.
In partnership with Intel, HP Philippines staged Synergy. The said event showcased HP's array of latest printers, tablets, and PC, and recognized the efforts of its business partners in helping the company fortify its market stronghold in the country.
Sony comes out with a version of the Xperia Z that offers a slightly less premium design with no dust and water-resistant features called the Xperia ZL. Read on and find out how it fares with the flagship Xperia Z.
The Sony Alpha NEX-6 sits somewhere in-between the series' flagship NEX-7 and the NEX-5R, in terms of handling, performance and, of course, price. It comes with a 16MP sensor, an electronic viewfinder and takes after the prosumer controls of the NEX-7. Click through for our detailed review.
The ASUS Fonepad is an ultra-portable 7-inch tablet that comes with smartphone features. This means ASUS aims to answer all mobile needs on a single device. Can ASUS succeed in doing this? Read on to find out more.