If smartwatches ever become an accessory that we buy as a necessity rather than luxury, the Gear S3 will be the device to go for.
Glesni Holland, Deputy Editor, CPI Media Group, tries and tests Huawei’s latest launch, Honor 8. As a longstanding and loyal …
An entry level device, DTEK50 offers BlackBerry’s range of security, privacy and productivity matched with Android’s latest interface features.
If you’re looking for a new work or personal premium laptop that performs well is lightweight and edgy then HP’s Spectre could just be the device for you.
The Asus ZenPad 10 isn’t going to win any outstanding performance awards, but if what you’re after is a budget, convertible tablet with a decent sound system, then this is the device for you.
There is a new addition to the market already awash with wireless ANC cans –Bose’s new QuietComfort 35, which is the cordless version of the company’s famous QuietComfort 25 active noise-cancelling headphones.
SMEs who are on the hunt for an affordable and practical unified communications solution may have found their perfect match with the Polycom RealPresence Trio 8800.
We took Samsung’s latest flagship device for a spin and found that it has everything an average user will desire for. From a well-crafted design to features such as a heart rate monitor and water resistant body.
Unveiled in April this year, HTC’s new flagship device, HTC 10 is a well-crafted, responsive and sturdy smartphone option for customers today.
The Honor 5X is one of the latest mid-range smartphone released by ICT company Huawei, we took it for a spin and here’s what we think…