Five months after the release of Windows 7 Beta, Microsoft is making Windows 7 Release Candidate available for public download on May 5th. We take a look at what's changed since the Beta.
Music phones have greatly evolved beyond just handling audio playback. Sony Ericsson's brand new Walkman device, the Sony Ericsson W705, will be the first device featuring the new unlimited music download service, Sony Ericsson PlayNow plus, optimized for your mobile device. Check out our initial thoughts here!
It's been six years since AMD debuted its Opteron server chips that shook up the industry. And the chipmaker marked the occasion by launching a whole slew of new Opteron models, including a surprise announcement. Check out all the new updates here!
Are all BlackBerrys alike? Well, the truth ain't so. If you have been pondering over which BlackBerry to choose from, we give you a quick summary of the latest RIM devices, the BlackBerry Curve and the BlackBerry Bold.
Portable digital entertainment has come a long way over the past decade. Take a good look at your portable media player and discover its evolution through the decade as we reminiscence its key developments and noteworthy implementations over the last ten years.
We take a look at the extensions feature of Mozilla's Firefox browser, which gives users the ability to install plug-ins (also known as add-ons), allowing one to transform and customize their surfing experience by several notches. Check out what the team from Hardware Zone had to recommend.
Itching to know more about the upcoming Windows Mobile 6.5? Before the new mobile OS invades your life in the fourth quarter of this year, we got a little sneak preview, thanks to the kind folks at Microsoft. As an added bonus, we've got the new interface running on the upcoming HTC Touch Diamond2, so jump in for this double preview video!
Android. Symbian. Windows Mobile. iPhone. A smartphone is only as capable as its underlying OS. Have you ever wondered how the various operating systems affect the overall usability and features supported? That's exactly what we'll be addressing in this article as well as what you can expect from them in the coming months ahead.
Since our last look at the virtualization scene on the Mac in 2007, both VMware Fusion and Parallels Desktop have released newer versions. Armed with the new 17-inch MacBook Pro, we revisited both virtualiztion software to find out who's ahead this round.
Your notebooks haven't always been that slim, lightweight, 1.3kg beauty that you're used to carrying around. Join us for a time warp as we take a trip back in time when portable computers of yore weighed in at a 'mere' 10.7kg.
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