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Nothing Phone (1) – You can’t say it’s boring

Squint your eyes at a bunch of the latest phones from various brands and you’ll probably agree that the smartphones of today all seem to look the same. Gone are the days where consumers get excited over the look or…

Cooler Master MM731 Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

If you’ve been shopping around for a gaming mouse for a while, you might have noticed that lightweight gaming mice often spot holes (typically hexagonal) on the body of the mouse. Cutting hexagonal holes into the mouse’s frame is a…

Decathlon Data Lab – How Leading Organisations are Leveraging Big Data and Analytics

This article first appeared on Decathlon Data Lab – How Leading Organisations are Leveraging Big Data and Analytics, CTO Guide Asia.   “Data is the new oil.” — Clive Humby It is already common knowledge that data is king when…

Roborock Q7 Max+ Review: Self-cleaning vacuum cleaner

Those who own robot vacuum cleaners will know that the most dreadful part of it is emptying the dust tank at the end of the week (or weeks for some). The laziness to empty the tank is exactly why I…

Huawei Watch Fit 2 Review: Wearable with much to love, including its price tag

In its Spring Launch Event, Huawei announced the Huawei Watch Fit 2 – the Chinese brand’s latest fitness tracking watch. Building on its predecessor, the Watch Fit, this new tracker comes with a bigger display, more strap design options, additional…

COMPUTEX 2022: NVIDIA’s Omniverse Connects Virtual Worlds to Herald the Next Era of AI

At the COMPUTEX 2022 Forum, NVIDIA’s Richard Kerris, Vice President of the Omniverse developer platform, sheds light on the enormous opportunities simulation brings to 3D workflows and the next evolution of AI.  Kerris talks about all things virtual – from…

COMPUTEX 2022: ARM Technology Tackles AI, Autonomous Systems, Cloud Computing, the Metaverse, and More to Redefine the Future of Computing

COMPUTEX TAIPEI, one of the world’s largest computer trade shows, will take place physically and virtually this year from May 24 through to May 27, alongside the 2-week COMPUTEX DigitalGo Online Exhibition organized by TAITRA. Kicking things off, the COMPUTEX…

Mountain Makalu 67 Review: Lightweight, ergonomic wired gaming mouse

A relatively new face in the world of gaming peripherals, Mountain is a brand that focuses on developing affordable and user-centric devices for gamers. Today, we’ll look at the Makalu 67, a lightweight and ergonomic gaming mouse to see if…

Nothing Launcher: Nothing much to be excited about (for now?)

About a month ago, Nothing, a London-based consumer technology company founded by Carl Pei (co-founder of OnePlus), held its “The Truth” event, promising wide-eyed fans that we’d be able to get our hands on the brand’s very own (and supposedly…

Google Search Tricks: How to use Google like a boss

Google Search is one of the world’s most popular tools. So much so that utilizing Google Search has become its own verb. You can “Google” almost anything. Don’t know what Gobbledygook means? Google it. Don’t know of a good Thai…

Hohem iSteady V2 Review: A smart feature-filled gimbal for phones

We’ve seen smartphones with amazing cameras hit the market in recent times. So much so that smartphones are the “weapon of choice” when one whips out a device to snap up scenic shots or #OOTDs at events. But photos and…

What is a VPN leak and how to spot it?

We use a VPN to protect our IP address from being monitored by third parties. However, there’s still a chance that your IP address might be leaking even while using a VPN. Even though a VPN leak is one of…

5 Tips to Maintain Your Phone’s Battery Health

Noticed that your phone’s battery life is getting shorter and shorter as it grows older? It can be aggravating, since it means that you’ll often have to scramble to find a charging point to juice up your phone. What’s the…

SonicGear StudioBox 2-HD Review: Affordable Hi-Fidelity Home Bluetooth Speaker with built-in DSP

We know SonicGear as a brand that produces a wide variety of audio products, so, we were naturally excited when greeted with the opportunity to test out their newest product – the SonicGear StudioBox 2-HD Hi-Fidelity Home Bluetooth Speaker.  Check…

How to access your saved passwords on Google Chrome

“What’s your password for your account at the driving school?” “I don’t know, my bestie Google helps me remember my passwords.” This conversation happened just a few days ago between a friend and I. The next day, we went for…

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