Samsung copies Apple and sells an unfinished premium phone
Days after Apple finally replaced faulty cameras on a batch of their premium phones, we find out that there's a serious design flaw in Samsung's newest phlagship phablet with a pen.
Review: Good battery, nice spec, unimpressive software
Chinese smartphone maker UMI has been around for a few years, and some westerners may be familiar with the company’s ultrathin Zero handset, or some of its fancy accessories, like stylish headphones.
Running on Z170 motherboard
While DDR4 is currently the main memory when it comes to frequency overclocking records, Corsair has decided to demo a 4000MHz clocked Vengeance LPX DDR4 memory at IDF 2015 show in San Francisco.
Already up for pre-order
While it might not get a microSD card support, the new Galaxy Note5 will have a dual-SIM version.
Based on AMD hardware
Smach, a company behind the Zero Steam Machine, has now announced both the availability date as well as the price of its new portable Steam Machine at Gamescom 2015.
For all Shield devices
Nvidia has extended the free period for its GRID game streaming service until September.
Review: If only Lenovo would market phones in the West…
The Lenovo K3 Note is yet another budget phablet designed for Asian markets, but like many of its competitors, it certainly has a lot of appeal worldwide.
Our team gets stronger by the day
Good news, we managed to persuade Srdjan Kupresanin to join our ranks as a contributing author.
Review: Does Bay Trail render SoFIA tablets pointless?
A couple of years ago, former Intel CEO Paul Otellini made a bold promise, saying that we would see Intel-based tablets at an incredibly low price point.