You may have heard the news (or read the article from Google's blog), but here it is, straight from the horse's mouth as we paid Google a visit for their launch of their new browser: the Google Chrome.
It's compact digital cameras galore as we take a look at a new lineup from Sony's Cyber-shot T-series with the introduction of three new devices - the Sony Cyber-shot T77, Sony Cyber-shot T700 and Sony Cyber-shot T500.
By now you should be aware that Intel's new Nehalem architecture based processor codenamed Bloomfield is due end of the year. Latest news has it that the accompanying chipset, the Intel X58, will have native SLI support and we've a lot more details straight from NVIDIA's recent NVISION'08 show. Step right in!
Good things don't come in pairs, they come as a trio. And that's what we had, with the unveiling of three new mobile devices: the Blackberry Bold, the Nokia N96 and finally the HTC Touch Pro, all ready for you to preview in our coverage for the day.
Dell's new Latitude E line is the latest update to their Latitude series and sports a whole new style and design together with a breakthrough 19-hour long battery life. We checked it out.
As we await the almighty iPhone to make its presence felt in our region, we can rely on another of Apple's invention in the form of the App Store which features a whole load of applications available for downloading. We give you a brief overview and share a few cool apps we've tried.
A full 10 years after Intel's last stab at a discrete graphics solution, they are back again and this time with the Larrabee project. Comprising of an array of x86 processing cores with added vector handling functions and a modified instruction set to tackle it, this isn't the usual approach. Find out what this all means for you.
Reporting live from Hong Kong, PHOTOVIDEOi Staff Writer Adrian Chan gives a deeper insight into Panasonic's latest lineup, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3. Learn all about it from his on-site testing from the past two days over at Hong Kong!
Intel has been planning on penetrating the MID and handheld markets with the Atom processor, but the CPU is just one part of the equation in the platform. Though today's announcement of Intel's first SoC product is targeted at the embedded applications space, it is a sign of more to come. More details inside.
Panasonic recently launched four new compacts to whet the appetite of even the most professional of photographers, and we'll be giving you the full coverage during its official launch on the 24th of July at Hong Kong. But before we do, here's a sneak peek of what you can expect from Panasonic's latest lineup, so click on for the preview!
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