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The Windows Phone 7.5 update, otherwise commonly known as Mango, is finally here. If you're still finding your way around it, here are some pointers from us to familiarize you with the major features of this update.
The Toshiba Portege R830 is one for the suits, those who have no time for anything other than an Intel Core i7 processor, a built-in optical drive, and more than 4 hours of battery life. It's slim profile and 1.4kg light weight make it as portable as it is handy. Let's check it out!
With official blog entries and a Facebook page, Windows 8 has kept us enthralled in anticipation. We jumped right into the thick of action with the release of its Developer Preview.
Everyone is caught up with F1's fever and we are no exception. For this edition of App Attack, we have compiled a list of five apps for to keep you on the edge of the driver's seat!
As a smartphone, the HTC Evo 3D is more than capable with its impressive hardware. But is its headline 3D features nothing more than a gimmick? Here's what we think of this Google Android 2.3 smartphone.
Skimping slightly on portability allows Creative to pack in two 3-inch drivers into the D80. In the company's own words, this is a 'wireless speaker that rocks'. Here's our assessment of this extremely affordable stereo Bluetooth speaker.
Blizzard's Diablo III beta is finally live! But can your system handle it in all its dark, fantasy glory? We find out with three variously configured machines.
Steelseries' new Sensei mouse upgrades their popular Xai model with shiny new looks, a 32-bit ARM processor, and a whopping 11,400 DPI. We find out if all the power helped us game any better.
Nikon finally officially announces its first mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras; impressively named the Nikon 1 series. Check out the J1 and V1, which not only introduce a new mount for Nikon, but are also compatible with Nikon's DSLR lenses.
The Casio Exilim EX-TR100 sports an innovative rotating frame design that makes it looks like a mobile phone at times during use. Beyond that, it uses a 12-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor and a fixed, 21mm equivalent wide-angle lens. Here's our take on this unique camera.