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Need to backup memory cards to a portable hard drive, or transfer HD movies, photos and other content to the iPad? The USB-equipped HyperDrive for the iPad may just be what you're looking for.
The BlackBerry Torch 9860 features a large 3.7-inch touchscreen, a 1.2GHz CPU, and the new BlackBerry 7 OS. How does it match up in the midst of competitive handset and mobile OS activities? Let's find out.
Should you go with active or passive? With a multitude of 3D TV technologies and models available in the market, it isn't easy to decide on the right television type with TV manufacturers clamoring to offer the best 3D experience in the industry. Not to worry though, for we're here to help.
Steve Jobs passed away last week at the age of 56. The HardwareZone team takes a special moment to pay tribute to a titan of the tech industry.
You don’t need pricey gear or fancy software to shoot a panorama. In fact, you can do it right from your iPhone with the help of apps. Go wider than the frame with these four panorama apps.
Ergonomic shape, changeable grips, adjustable weight system, 5400 DPI, 10 buttons, and adjustable Lift - PowerLogic's Armageddon G11 looks great on paper. But specs aren’t everything, how does it perform in person?
Encased in a flashy, protective chrome finish is the 14-megapixel WB210. It's a 12x optical zoom lens, and weighs a reasonable 174g. Priced at S$499, is this compact camera worth it? Check out what we thought of it after the jump.
The Core i7-equipped Acer Aspire S3 is the first Ultrabook to hit the market. At first glance, it sure looks like everything we'd hope for in an ultraportable notebook, but does it live up to the Ultrabook moniker? Read on to find out!
More phones? Well, that only means one thing: more choices. At today's regional launch, HTC unveiled a total of four new smartphones catering to different lifestyles. Catch our coverage after the jump.
If portability is the primary feature you desire from your wireless speaker, look not further than the Aigo BT300. Design-wise, it resembles a salt and pepper shaker. But how does it sound? We find out.