Multi-Device Keyboards And Mice

At work, I regularly use more than one computer at my desk. I’ve been wanting to have a single keyboard and mouse to switch between all of them. This review is of the Logitech K375s…

Thecus N4810 NAS Review

Network Attached Storage (NAS) is getting popular in the home in recent years. There are quite a few familiar brands in the market, but perhaps Thecus isn’t one of those that come to mind in…

Vivo V7+ Review

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo may not be well-known, except that they made headlines last month at CES2018 with their new smartphone that is the world’s first having an in-display fingerprint sensor. That smartphone hasn’t come…

Google Home Mini Review

Google’s smart Home speaker from 2016 has a sequel. Launched at their hardware event last October, there are two of them: Home Max and Home Mini. The latter is particularly interesting, because it’s a miniaturised…

KEF Motion One Review

Launched last year alongside the Gravity One Bluetooth portable speaker I reviewed recently, and the Space One over-ear headphone, the KEF Porsche Design Motion One is the kind of  in-ear style earphone for people who…

HWZ Forum Hack, Your Action Is Needed

SPH Magazines yesterday confirmed their popular community discussion platform HardwareZone Forum (HWZ Forum) suffered a security breach that resulted in the leakage of 685,000 registered user profiles. Here’s what you need to know and what you…

KEF Gravity One Review

KEF, in partnership with Porsche Design, launched a trio of audio products last year: Gravity One, Space One and Motion One. This post is a review of the Gravity One Bluetooth portable speaker, and I’ll…

D-Link DCS-2670L Review

If you’re looking for a full-HD 180-degrees field-of-view IP security camera to use outdoors, you probably don’t have many options right now. D-Link’s latest DCS-2670L security camera does just that, and it may perhaps be…

Spring Cleaning Of The Bloggish Kind

It’s the Lunar New Year tomorrow, and I suppose this blog, metaphorically, could do with some spring cleaning. I had really wanted to do a visual overhaul, but unfortunately, I only found time to do…

Plain Old HTTP Will Be Branded Not Secure

When Chrome 68 arrives, expected around July 2018, websites that don’t use HTTPS will be branded “Not secure”. This label will appear in the address bar, in place of where you’d see the padlock and…