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8BitDo turns the NES gamepad into a mouse

Many moons ago, Swedish designer Daniel Jansson brought us a cute concept mouse that took cues from the classic NES console, featuring its iconic red circular b... → Read More

The world's smallest 8K 360 camera can fit in your pocket

Pocket 360 cameras are finally making the leap to 8K. → Read More

Oppo made a Gundam edition of its fast-charging Reno Ace phone

If you've always wanted a Gundam phone, here's one to look out for. → Read More

Add eye tracking to your HTC Vive headset for $149

VR companies have been hyping up eye tracking for years, yet even today, options are limited when it comes to VR headsets with integrated eye-tracking -- namely... → Read More

Oppo's next phone can be fully charged in just 30 minutes

While a handful of recent flagship phones -- namely Samsung's Note 10+ (with the optional 45W adapter) and Vivo's NEX 3 5G -- can be fully charged in a little o... → Read More

Vivo's NEX 3 is a bezel-less 5G phone with a 64-megapixel camera

Whether you like it or not, 5G is coming, and a handful of brands are already offering compatible devices in select markets. The latest to jump on the 5G bandwa... → Read More

Insta360’s tiny wearable sports cam has video stabilization

Insta360’s tiny wearable sports cam has video stabilization -- and magnets to attach to a whole array of things. → Read More

Huawei reveals Harmony OS, its alternative to Android

Huawei's long-rumored Android alternative, Hongmeng, is finally official. At today's Huawei Developer Conference, the company's Consumer Business Group CEO Rich... → Read More

HTC's standalone VR kit will stream PC content via WiFi

You can use HTC's standalone headset to access your PC's VR content. → Read More

Oppo eliminates side bezels with its 'waterfall screen'

It's only been a year since Vivo and Oppo kicked off the all-screen, notch-less smartphone race, and now, the latter is literally pushing the boundaries with a... → Read More

ASUS' ROG Phone II combines high-spec power with accessory spectacle

Gaming phones are a rare breed, and the nascent category has already proved to be too much of a challenge for Razer. Some companies still see it as an opp... → Read More

Oppo's under-screen camera is real and taking photos in Shanghai

We're one step closer to a future where pop-up selfie cameras are no more. → Read More

Oppo allegedly shows off an under-display selfie camera

Not a fan of pop-up cameras on smartphones? How about a camera that's hidden under the screen? → Read More

Pushing a 28-core CPU to its limits: 6GHz and beyond

I'm mesmerized by the way liquid nitrogen vapor flows across the motherboard. There's something oddly therapeutic about extreme overclocking, especially w... → Read More

Gigabyte's Aero 15 OLED laptop is made for video editors

In 2019, OLED laptops are nothing new. ASUS even took this feature to the next level on its dual-screen ZenBook Pro Duo. At Computex, Gigabyte is the latest com... → Read More

ASUS' latest WiFi 6 router looks appallingly normal

When you look up WiFi 6 routers, you tend to end up with a bunch of nightmare-inducing designs that resemble gigantic dead spiders. Luckily, brands like Netgear... → Read More

ASUS made the world's first 240Hz portable monitor for gamers

Portable USB monitors are no stranger to Computex, but this year, ASUS brought us something a little more ambitious: the world's first 240Hz portable gami... → Read More

ASUS releases a 30th anniversary edition ZenFone 6 and ZenBook

How about a white leather-clad laptop for a change? → Read More

ASUS' ZenFone 6 has a flippable camera and giant battery

Getting tired of pup-up cameras on phones? How about a flipping camera instead? → Read More

Oppo's mid-range Realme X is inspired by garlic and onions

We don't often highlight mid-range smartphones these days, but when we do, there's a good reason. Following yesterday's flagship OnePlus 7 Pro, today we have ye... → Read More