Canon concluded its EXPO in Shanghai from 19-22 May after touring New York, Paris and Tokyo last year. Here are highlights from the show floor.
How do games that are optimized for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play's PlayStation controls perform on the PlayStation-certified Android smartphone? We share our findings in this episode of ZoneOut.
The long awaited Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is finally available! Heralding a new level of gaming on your mobile device, it merges the best of a touchscreen smartphone and the popular handheld Sony PSP gaming device. To get yourself acquainted with the newcomer, we show you its top 5 features.
While the Android platform is gaining traction, it has been around much longer. Comparatively, Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 is still new to the market. We show you seven quick essential tips to maximize usage experience on this mobile OS, a boon for would-be buyers and new users alike.
Hunting for a new PC or attempting to build one yourself? The PC market is abuzz with several new platforms, technologies and features. To help the novice users, we highlight the latest tech you should look out for and how much faster they are over the previous generation of gadgets.
The IT Show of 2011 is unlike any other show in the past with an unprecedented number of brand new products debuting for the very first time. Braving the show floor, we show you 11 of these cool new gadgets and deals to check out. Enjoy the clip and don't forget to use the HWZ Tech Show Portal for your one-stop resource center.
Several new tablets are on our way. One of those is the HTC Flyer, a handy 7-inch tablet that weighs a little over 400g. We show you a detailed demo of it in action from our MWC 2011 trip.
A sneak peak at the new 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab running the Android 3.0 OS with the NVIDIA Tegra 2 engine powering the unit.
Interested to know more about the BlackBerry PlayBook's highlights before it hits retail? We've captured a video walk through from the recent BlackBerry Developers Conference in Asia that showcases the best of what it has to offer and it looks promising!
If there's one thing that Google's new Chrome OS doesn't lack, it's speed. To prove this, Google gave us a demo of the Cr-48, an Intel Atom based laptop with the Chrome OS doing an instant-on from standby mode. It's so fast, that the slowest part is actually typing out your search query.
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