At long last, Canon has entered the mirrorless camera market with its EOS M system. In this video, we show you some of its key features, including the face-tracking AF, and the 3.0-inch capacitive touchscreen.
Aspen photographer Tyler Stableford is well known for his outdoor, climbing, and adventure images. We asked him for some tips for those looking to be an adventure photographer.
The new star from Samsung's mobile line-up isn't only big on specs, it has also got a slew of new features to stay ahead of the curve. We show you some of the cooler features of the Galaxy S III smartphone that we had a chance to try. For more details, you can check our hands-on article too.
We take a quick look at the new Android 4.0 equipped ASUS PadFone, a smartphone that can be converted to a slate and a netbook when plugged into its accompanying accessories, the PadFone Station and the Station Dock.
Episode 04: Watch the thrilling finale to the Adventures of the HardwareZoners here! Will our beloved mascots be able to overcome the threat to our favourite tech portal with Vijay’s advice, or will Dr. Nett realise his ambitions of online community domination?
Some might say the new Apple iPad doesn't look that much different from last year's iPad 2. But is that really true? We'll find out by asking those who have never owned or held an Apple tablet and determine if they can figure out which is the new iPad.
Episode 03: Something purple is sucking up HardwareZoners, will Zotto & Zonia save the day? How can Zotto combat this evil if he loses the strength of HardwareZone’s community? Will all be lost and HardwareZone be shut down once and for all? Find out in this next episode!
During Mobile World Congress, HTC showcased its One series of smartphones. True to its promise, the new Android 4.0 devices will be available globally from April. Here’s a quick round-up of what you need to know about the new HTC devices.
Episode 02: Something sinister has been kidnapping HardwareZoners everywhere! What is this new menace endangering the lives of all HardwareZone users? Is it the diabolical Dr. Nett, or someone far more dangerous? How does a DSLR camera hold the clue to it all?
Episode 01: Zotto's endeavours in making the HardwareZoners feel loved and appreciated are thwarted by a selfish villain. Who is he and what are his motives? Watch your favourite HardwareZone mascots in 3D action for the first time here!
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- Intel Goes Mobile with Bay Trail Platform
- ASUS Reveals New Gaming Platform of Formula Motherboard and Poseidon Graphics
- Western Digital Begins Shipping World's Slimmest 1TB Drive
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