As the scratch pad for any form of computation, memory is an essential component of a computer. Join us in remembering the past ten years of memory developments in this Hardware Zone special.
As promised, here's our first ZoneOut video for 2009 featuring two notebooks with uber long battery lives - the Dell Latitude E6400 and the HP EliteBook 6930p. Did they meet the hype? Find out in our torture test!
For years, the motherboard has been the foundation for any PC and even as we march into the 21st century, it is still the case. Here, we look back at the past 10 years in the evolution of the motherboard from 1998 to 2008.
Over the years, we have seen the central processing unit or CPU of the computer shrink from the size of a house to that of a stamp while its raw processing power has increased exponentially. We take a look at how far CPUs have progressed in the last 10 years and the major highlights from 1998 to 2008.
It's that time of the year again. No, not Christmas shopping but to identify the year's outstanding tech gadgets and gears and present them in our annual list of the top 100 best products. These are the cream of the crop and perhaps one of these could even be an appropriate gift for the holidays. So let's get started!
We've detailed and dissected the performance of the new Core i7 architecture with the top-end processor and today we extend that coverage with a little overclocking update as well as newer findings with a more powerful graphics subsystem. Will the Core i7 shine in these areas? That's what we intend to find out.
Intel finally took the wraps off its latest processor, the Core i7. Based on the long-awaited Nehalem architecture that radically changes the Intel platform from the ground up, the Core i7 sweeps into town bringing along a new chipset and the return of an old Pentium 4 feature. Does it make the grade?
Apparently, there was a bit of a mix-up involving the new Radeon HD 4830 - some cards were shipped with 560 stream processors instead of 640. Fortunately, or not, we happened to have one of the affected cards with only 560 stream processors and decided to investigate further.
The upcoming NVIDIA driver refresh is big enough that it has been codenamed Big Bang II at the green headquarters. And quite rightfully so because beyond performance improvements, there are new features such as Dedicated PhysX processing, SLI Multi-Monitor and more. Read on for a preview of what's in store for you.
Having missed out on Apple's earlier launch event over in the States, we popped by the local MacBook launch to find out first hand how Apple's latest aluminum goodies fare and if they meet the hype level.
- New Apple TV with touch-based remote and App Store to debut in September?
- Over one million people requested for invitations to buy the OnePlus 2
- Alleged press image of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ leaked
- Canon launches ultra-high sensitivity camera with ISO sensitivity over 4,000,000
- Silent Circle's Blackphone 2 to support Android for Work
- Bose announces release of new SoundLink Mini II Bluetooth speaker
- President Obama issues an executive order in an attempt to build the world's first exascale supercomputer
- Facebook’s internet plane has the wingspan of a 737 and flies up to 3 months