The AMD 890GX chipset launched in March is just the first of AMD's chipset refresh for the year. Next up, expect the enthusiast class 890FX and the more mainstream 880G. Here's a quick preview of what's coming from Gigabyte.
The NVIDIA Ion has been famous for enabling the gaming and multimedia aspects to the typical netbook. Its successor, the Ion 2 as it's fondly referred to, will soon be upon us. The new Ion has morphed into a GPU-only component and we give you the breakdown on what to expect of it.
The Micro Four Thirds digital camera system looks set to stay, as Panasonic reveals their latest cameras in the line - the Lumix G2 and the G10. Read on for a hands-on preview.
Probably laying claim to the world's smallest Android phone to date, we offer our initial thoughts of the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini and X10 mini pro in this preview.
It's that time of the year again to impress the significant other, and what better way to do it than flaunting your wallet with gifts that are (literally) out of this world! Alternatively, if you're looking for hints, we do still have some gifts that 'may' fit your budget.
NVIDIA was the first to implement switchable graphics, where a notebook has both integrated and discrete graphics and one can switch between the two as desired. Taking this step further, the company has announced its Optimus technology, where the switching is done automatically. We check out this new feature that will soon be heading your way.
The dust has settled on the Apple announcements, so we now move on to something more 'down-to-earth'. Our next round is for the photography enthusiasts as we present some hands-on impressions of the new LUMIX lineup at this year's Panasonic LUMIX Optical Seminar.
We just rounded up the Top 100 Products that wowed us for 2009, but how about the top tech trends for the year and technologies that would draw your attention in 2010? Or how about companies who made some big shifts and look set to turn their fortunes for the better in 2010? All is revealed in this easy to digest video feature!
As 2009 winds to a close, we reflect back to pick the products that have impressed us the most. Here are our top 100 products of the year.
While the Aino may look and feel like a lot of the slider phones in the market today, the Aino's main highlight is its ability to communicate with the PS3 and remotely serve you media content stored at home. How does it do it? Better yet, we'll show you!
- Prepare for USB Type-C with SanDisk's new Dual USB Type-C flash drive
- Fractal Design announces Define S, silent case with watercooling support
- Specifications of Intel "Skylake" desktop processors leaked?
- Olympus announces the latest in their “Tough” series of ruggedised cameras – the Stylus Tough TG-4
- Qualcomm will ditch TSMC for Samsung to make the Snapdragon 820
- Re/code: Nokia plans return to phone market in 2016
- MediaTek launches 64-bit MT8163 and MT8735 chips for entry to mid-range tablets
- Canon launches the XEED WUX500, an LCOS projector with Wi-Fi and HDBaseT support