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With so many phone makers releasing large-screen devices these days, it can be easy to forget that Samsung was the one that started the phablet craze. It did so, not only by increasing display dimensions, but also by adding features, such as a stylus and dual-display modes, to enhance the overall user experience.
The third time is definitely the charm for Sony's Xperia Z3 flagship phone.
Hot on the heels of rivals Huawei and ZTE, Asus has launched its first mass-market 4G phone, the Zenfone 5 LTE Edition.
At times, you can be your new iPhone’s worst enemy. That is why the Otterbox Defender offers three layers of protection for your new iPhone 6.
The Asus ROG GR8 console PC was conceived as a "Steam Machine" - a gaming computer which runs Valve's SteamOS platform.
Electronic devices generate so much data that many people may be struggling to store their music, photos and videos safely.
Acer does many things right with its latest business laptop.
MSI trumpeted its GS70 Stealth as the thinnest 17-inch gaming laptop when it debuted last year. Now, it has applied the same slimming formula to a 15.6-inch version.
As a genre, netbooks are as extinct as Palm PDAs (personal digital assistants). However, judging from this new and affordable Toshiba laptop, they have not quite gone away.
MSI has refreshed its top-of-the-line Dominator Pro gaming laptop with a new design.
Even for an early prototype, the Stream 11 feels sturdy. It looks like recent HP laptops, except for its bright colours, such as magenta or blue. Unfortunately, these colours only amplify the plastic construction and make the laptop look like a toy.
Put the Toshiba Satellite L50-B in a retail store among other laptops and it is likely to be overlooked by most window shoppers.
Flip open a Chromebook, log in with your Google credentials and you can start working within seconds.
You may have noticed the influx of hybrid devices - each professing to be the only computer you will ever need. A recent example is the Microsoft Surface Pro 3, touted by its maker as a laptop replacement.