- Event Coverage
In Japan, the first day of Fujikina has come to an end, and the major focus was on their flagship medium-format camera, the GFX 50S. First impressions after the jump.
CES 2017 commenced officially on 5th January with plenty of new gadgets and technologies for consumers to sink their eyes in. Here's a compilation of what we've got to-date, with more updates to come.
Sponsored by Microsoft and several other co-sponsors, the ESL One Genting event kicked off today with the loud fanfare of support of fans for their favorite teams, as they compete for the grand prize of US$250,000. Hit the link to get the details.
At CES, NVIDIA has introduced a new Shield Android TV box that streams 4K media and is also an AI hub for future smart homes. NVIDIA is also bringing high-performance gaming to the PC and Mac through the GeForce Now cloud-based service.
Intel's press conference at CES 2017 has been set up very differently to show off new and realistic VR experiences that are so convincing, you won't be able to wait for more such content (and hopefully affordable gear to enable these experiences).
The Dell XPS 13 is now available as a convertible and is powered by Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors. What’s new and is it any good? Let us give you our first impressions.
At Xiaomi's 'A Glimpse Into The Future' press conference in CES 2017, three new products were announced. Learn more about the products here!
The ASUS ZenFone VR supports both Google’s Project Tango depth-sensing technology and its Daydream VR platform. It also comes with a whopping 8GB of RAM, the better to transport you to a new reality.
ASUS has announced the ZenFone 3 Zoom, a phone with dual cameras and a huge 5,000mAh battery. Read on to find out more.
Intel ushers in 2017 with a bang as it unleashes its full range of Kaby Lake processors, for the mobile and desktop with several much awaited performance oriented SKUs. We outline the key improvements you can expect and the full list of processors.
- Google takes over Fabric, an app developing division of Twitter
- Tag Heuer to reveal next generation luxury smartwatch in May
- Leica unveils its new M10
- Bill Gates is trying to prevent future pandemics
- Fire Emblem strides to iOS and Android
- The Beta version of ASUSTOR's ADM 2.7 is now available
- Windows 10’s 'My People' experience will not make it in time for the Creators Update
- All Nokia 6 sold out in under a minute during first flash sale