As you may know, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 platform is shaping up to be the most powerful system on a chip (SoC) for Android phones in the first half of 2018. We have given you the 845 details back in December. But during Qualcomm’s 5G Day in San Diego HQ, we had some hands-on time with the development hardware, which is as close as you can get from an actual product. Right now, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to be the first phone to ship with Snapdragon 845, and here are real performance numbers.

Without further ado, here are the numbers we got from the development hardware: Read full post →Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Speed Tests: A Taste of The Galaxy S9

With CES 2018 well behind us, we’ll gather our favorite CES products here. It’s impossible to see “everything,” but we focused on our core coverage by mixing real products and innovative technologies that may become tomorrow’s hits. Here’s the list, in no particular order: Read full post →Ubergizmo’s Best of CES 2018

Ubergizmo was one of the official Media Partners of MIK 2017, aka Made in Korea 2017, which was held in Seoul. The event is organized by Aving News, a Korean media company with a branch in the USA. The goal is to help Korean startups and SMBs to think of and present their product and services to an international audience.

To help motivate startups, a panel of international media from several continents  are invited to listen to the pitches and select three companies they think are relevant in general, but also potentially to the media’s home market. Ubergizmo is based in San Francisco, and we were sitting next to media outlets from Japan, Vietnam, Russia, and China, just to name a few. Read full post →MIK 2017 Top 3 Selected By Ubergizmo

The PDF format lets us view a document as it was intended to be seen. But sometimes, we need to edit one to make small changes and we need some of the best free PDF editors for PC, Mac, iPhone/iPad, and Android to let us modify the PDF files (which include abilities like – editing the text, adjusting/adding images, splitting the PDF file, merging PDFs, annotating documents or adding a signature to the PDF document). Read full post →Best Free PDF Editors For PC, Mac, Linux, Android & iOS

Like clockwork, Qualcomm has announced its Snapdragon 845 system on chip (SoC) and high-end Snapdragon platform which will power numerous high-end smartphones and possibly always-connected laptops throughout 2018.

As always, a major architecture change brings new performance, efficiency, and features. After a very comprehensive briefing at the Snapdragon Summit 2017, here is our overview of Snapdragon 845, split into different areas of interest: Camera, Performance, Battery life, Connectivity, Immersion, AI, and Security. Read full post →Qualcomm Snapdragon 845: Everything You Need To Know

GovTech HIVE main room

In May 2017, Singapore GovTech and IMDA invited me on a press tour that aims at showcasing the best innovations driven by government agencies in Singapore.

Singapore has a long tradition of government-led initiatives when it comes to developing infrastructure or high-tech innovation, one of the most important and recent one is “Smart Nation” launched in 2014, probably inspired by the “Start-up Nation” a.k.a. Israel, a term coined by the book written in 2009 by Dan Senor and Saul Singer.

Our week-long visit to Singapore’s incubators and government-backed R&D facilities gave me a better sense of how Singapore lives up to its Smart Nation reputation.

Read full post →Singapore GovTech Hive: Government-Driven Innovation for Better Services

#IFA2017 – Another IFA came and went, and long with it hundreds of products were launched and demonstrated. It was a fantastic show, but it can be overwhelming. We picked what we think was the best product that debuted, and in no particular order, here are the Best of IFA 2017: Read full post →Ubergizmo’s Best of IFA 2017

A lot of emulator exist in the Play Store but few of them really do work. Also, some of them are available for free and rest of the will cost you money. To save you some time, we have compiled a list of what we think are the 10 best emulators on Android.

Note: The emulators developed for Android are tailored to enable a user to relive the experience for fun. So, you should not expect the latest and greatest performance through the emulators. Read full post →Best Emulators For Android

Another Computex comes to an end, and once again, there are a flurry of great announcements and products related to the PC industry and derivatives such as VR/AR and Gaming. We have run around to check as many things as we could (check our Computex 2017 coverage), but we didn’t stray too far from our normal regimen of laptops and key components such as CPUs and GPUS.

We’ve compiled this list (no particular order) of what we thought were the best products of the show, so congratulations to those companies and team who built them. The goal for next year: see and try even more products! Read full post →Ubergizmo’s Best of Computex 2017

Most think of Gaming Laptops as thick and heavy -but powerful- computers. It has been historically true that gaming-capable laptops had to sacrifice mobility and design, for performance, but this time is over thanks to the NVIDIA Max-Q design, which aims at extracting the best performance from the components, but at the most efficient point, thus leaving the notion of “absolute performance” (at any cost) behind. Read full post →NVIDIA Max-Q Design For Thin Gaming Laptops