AMD had no answer for the mini-notebook movement, but today, they've launched the AMD Yukon platform targeting affordable ultra-thin notebooks with HP as their launch partner. Is the shiny, more powerful Pavilion dv2 the answer to a low cost notebook with better experience? We give you our take.
Don't miss out on the fun as we embark on a journey of self-discovery, truth and insight on what it's really like to use a touch screen phone with pretty manicured pink fingernails and learn the difference between capacitive and resistive screens.
We popped by Microsoft's office for a quick look at their newest browser, Internet Explorer 8, which is now out of beta status and ready for your download!
For those who keep abreast of technology, stream computing has been making the headlines, particularly NVIDIA's relentless focus on spreading the word on CUDA. What about the other GPU company, ATI? Well they are not out of the game by any means and revealed some interesting updates last year. Here's the latest on ATI Stream.
If you have been waiting for the Google Android phone, the HTC Dream, wait no more! The Android phone, also commonly known overseas as the HTC G1, has just arrived in town and we've prepared a quick video roundup of the HTC Dream's features.
The new AM3 Phenom II processors have proven to be quite the competitor against Intel's offerings in the mainstream segment. Do these DDR2/DDR3 compatible CPUs get a performance boost by going DDR3? We find out what DDR3 brings to the table.
We've barely passed the first month of 2009 and Intel spilled the beans of detailed CPU roadmap updates for the rest of the year as well as 2010. Read on to find out more on the integrated GPU processor Clarkdale and the hex-core Gulftown monster!
AMD's long awaited move to DDR3 happens today, as it is launching five new Phenom II models using its AM3 938-pin socket. These processors support both DDR2 and DDR3 memory, making them compatible with old and new motherboards alike. Do they have what it takes to compete with Intel?
This Valentine's Day, skip those expensive dinner arrangements or perhaps even gifts for your unappreciative other half, and instead spoil yourself with some of the coolest gadgets and games that you should have had to give you countless hours more fun.
As its name implies, PhysX is a physics engine which enables real-time physics effects in games with the assistance of CUDA. This week, we cover PhysX's history, its application in today's games, and the performance advantage of CUDA in PhysX. Read on to learn more about this breath-taking technology.
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