Browsing: Tech

In time for that elegant slip into summer, Bose has created the SoundLink Max, a new portable speaker designed for parties on the move. 

For earbuds with a little contemporary flair, Bose has teamed up with fashion brand Kith to create a rift on its new Ultra Open Earbuds.

Packed with easy to use features and cutting-edge technology, the new Ai Pin from Humane just might be the most innovative AI device yet.

Packed with user-friendly tech features, this electric grill from Current Backyard is a tantalising taste of the future of home barbecue.

In 2015, Leica introduced the SL System, combining the worlds of photography and videography. Now, those savvy Germans up the ante with the mirrorless SL3.

To mark the company’s 75th anniversary, Swarovski Optik has created the ground-breaking AX Visio, the world’s first AI-supported binoculars.

Sound aficionado brand Bang & Olufsen has launched new new takes on its powerful portable speaker Beosound A5 and compact Beosound Emerge bookshelf speaker.

Produced by one of the US’ most popular ebike brands, the high-performance Lectric XPeak takes ebike off-roading to whole new levels.

The newest M11 camera from German photo gurus Leica, the M11-P leaves a digital legacy that might prove handy in an increasingly digital world.

Promising a silky smooth ride and plenty of power, British brand Bo is about to go into production of the Bo M ‘micro-mobility vehicle’. 

German camera gurus Leica returns to the creative days of instant prints with its second generation Leica SOFORT 2 hybrid camera.

Bang & Olufsen partners with motorsport pioneers Ferrari to create a new take on the sound guru’s headphones and speakers in vivid red.

Designed in partnership with Samuel Ross the new Beats Studio Pro headphones are packed with new features.

Audio company KEF and road legend Lotus team up to create the LS60 Wireless Lotus Edition speakers.

Developed and assembled in Singapore, The Kinetic Option’s TKO Type-001 is the heart-thumping aquatic ride you’ve been looking for.

A new Hong Kong-based website, Inalife is designed to help you create a living archive of your life for generations to come.