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Samsung wants to make the TV the center of attention

The South Korean company's first ever developers conference was all about how it doesn't just make phones and tablets and how much potential developers have in putting their apps on the big screen.


Taking reality to new heights

If you think you’ve seen it all when it comes to multimedia content, well, think, or rather, look again.


Accessories aplenty from Logitech

Mobility is the name of the game these days, be it for work, or even play. Logitech has embraced this ongoing trend by introducing a range of new and improved products to help you stay connected and take your favourite entertainment sources with you wherever you go.


Facebook's Zuckerberg says US spying hurt users' trust

Facebook Inc CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday said revelations about US government surveillance hurt users' trust in Internet companies and that knowing more about the programmes would help relieve some of the public concerns.


Future unfurled

IFA 2013 offered consumers a smarter outlook for their lifestyle and homes, including a whole range of new and improved home appliances and entertainment systems.


IFA: Samsung — The Galaxy Gear smartwatch will be a new 'fashion icon'

J.K. Shin, head of Samsung's mobile division, predicts the Galaxy Gear will become "a new fashion icon through the world".


Sony 4K Ultra HDTVs: Get the big picture

SONY Electronics has launched two 4K Ultra HDTV models, the 65in and 55in KD-X9004A


Staying connected

Internet connectivity is something that many of us may easily take for granted these days because it’s available almost everywhere and getting online is just so effortless. But it hasn’t always been this simple.


Rocking it on the go

Music fans who love to share music wherever they should check out Rock-It 3.0 from OrigAudio.


Six apps to help autistic children learn

With reports of autism among children continuing to rise at a meteoric rate throughout the United States, it’s hardly surprising that scores of apps have been developed to help these kids cope, academically and socially.