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HTC Desire 516 (Dual Sim) quick-read review: Just falling short

A less powerful battery, an outdated operating system are the points that HTC should revisit to get a real winner.

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Why the ZenFone price will worry a lot of companies

The going has suddenly become tough for a lot of smartphone manufacturers looking to India for their numbers, especially the local brands.

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Asus ZenFone 5 full review

We strongly recommend the ZenFone for those who need a stylish phone with a great camera and dependable performance.

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Asus ZenFone5 first take and video: A phone that has a lot going for it

The Asus ZenFones could be a game changers of the Taiwanese company gets its pricing right when it launches on July 9

One of the venues of the Computex 2014 at Taipei. Shot with a Samsung Galaxy S5 (Source: Express photo by Nandagopal Rajan)

Computex 2014: The best of what we saw

There are a lot of new gadgets headed your way if the launches at Computex are any cue

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Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s PC client group, shows the Llama Mountain reference design at Computex 2014 in Taipei. (Source: Express photo by Nandagopal Rajan)

Computex 2014: Everything you need to know about Intel Core M processor

Intel says it is taking core level performance into a fanless envelope, something we have never done before

Intel showcases Llama Mountain reference design to usher in thinner 2-in-1s

Intel will now show us what it has been up to this year. Kirk Skaugen says tower form factor is declining, but 2-in-1s are becoming popular. There are 700 million PC gamers globally, and 25 billion revenue is expected from the segment in 2015.

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Intel announces smaller processor, SoC aimed at cheaper phones

It is estimated that globally there will be over 50 billion connected devices by 2017 .

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Computex 2014: Intel announces new Core M processor aimed at thinner convertibles

Intel Corp president Renee James makes first phone call using new integrated mobile SOC SoFIA

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ASUS Transformer Book Trio full review: This 3-in-one does work

Buy the Trio if you will use all of its capabilities, otherwise you will just be wasting money.

Read more: Android, ASUS, Windows
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Asus Transformer Book T100 quick-read review: Ideal device for travelling executives

Not the best laptop, Not the best tablet, but the most convenient device a travelling professional can have in the suitcase.

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Why Asus Transformer Book T100 is most convenient device for travelling professionals

The Asus Transformer Book T100 is the most convenient option for the on-the-go executives

Launchpad: Panoramic view

Curves seems to be the new buzzword in LG’s design centre in South Korea.

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Asus unveils tablet computer,Transformer Book Trio,touts it as ‘world’s first ‘three-in-one’ tab

Transformer Book Trio is powered by Intel’s new fourth-generation processors.

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In the studio: Asus MeMO Pad ME172V

Asus’ follow up to Google’s Nexus 7 tablet