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.
No X and three aircoolers
Everyone was excited about the water-cooled Radeon R9 Fury X, and now it is time for the non-X version.
Review: Promising hardware, unpolished software
We'll start this review on an unusual note – with a conclusion. Why? Keep reading, and we'll try to explain.
Review: Compact quasi-flagship phablet
The Mlais M7 is another value phablet based on a very familiar recipe – 5.5-inch screen, MediaTek octa-core, 13-megapixel camera and a killer price tag.
Small but fat
Seagate has launched a chubby 2.5-inch external drive based on 800GB platters, with a total capacity of 4TB.
All your code are belong to us
Google has quietly introduced a new service that could take on GitHub as a massive online repository of code.
Starting at $399
Samsung has launched two 3840x2160 (UHD) monitors with support for AMD’s FreeSync technology.