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Denmark's accessories brand, Skagen, announced that the firm is launching its smallest wearable gadget ever, and it is particularly made for the female gender. With a 36mm case, the Signatur T-Bar Hybrid Smartwatch features Skagen's smallest case till now, which...
With the prominence of consoles over the past few years, personal computers had been lacking behind in terms of gaming. However, personal computers are now enjoying a recovery in the gaming sector, with the aid of popularity of e-sports,...

FIFA 18 review

In the era where video games are getting faster and faster, it is notable that the PES and FIFA, both are slowing down. It can be justified as a trend to make football games more realistic, but up to...

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review

Samsung seeks redemption with their Galaxy Note 8, after the massive failure of the Galaxy Note 7. The Note 8 is now the first Note model to be released in Europe in about two years, and a lot is...
It is hard to think of a stronger phone with intent of phone design than the original Mi Mix. Naming it a "concept phone" and pouncing on the talented designer, Philippe Starck, Xiaomi made a moderate phone, which was...

Fitbit launches first smartwatch

Even though tech giant Apple may have surpassed Fitbit as the world's most-selling wearable company earlier this year, the long-time leader, Fitbit, also has some tricks to turn the tables. Fitbit has recently launched their first-ever smartwatch, the Fitbit Ionic,...
The Fire HD 10 had always been the odd one out from the Amazon Fire tablet series. It is not premium enough to justify its price tag of $230, and nor is it cheap enough to pardon its cost-effective...
Smartphone giant, Apple is releasing the new iOS 11 to the world today, and it has a big change that will cause iPhone users to have a surprising reaction. Even though the major UI changes are on the iPad...
A study by Scots academics have revealed that there is still room for betterment of security of wearable fitness trackers to protect the personal data of users. Scientists have warned that there are many loop holes in devices - those...
New research has revealed that an software, that can be used with wearable gadgets including Google Glass - a head-mounted show in the appearance of eyeglasses - can help children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in social relations. A...

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Resurgence of PC gaming may threaten consoles

With the prominence of consoles over the past few years, personal computers had been lacking behind in terms of gaming. However, personal computers are...