Almost a year back, we saw innovation and intuitiveness as the two key elements found within the HTC TouchFlo interface. Fast forward to 2008, we see its progression onto the 3D realm with the TouchFlo 3D, making a spectacular entry during its official launch in London. Learn more about the TouchFlo 3D and what you can expect when it hits our shores!
ATI refreshed its mainstream Radeon HD cards at the beginning of the year but they were quickly overshadowed by the high-end Radeon HD 3870 X2 in publicity. Finally, we got the chance to test them for their Avivo HD performance to see how they fare against their predecessors and rivals.
With the Core 2 Extreme QX9770 processor and X48 chipset, Intel officially put 1600MHz FSB on the table. However, is it worth the upgrade to a full 1600MHz FSB platform? We delved into performance numbers and liked what we saw, but it all boils down to memory.
Intel has been preaching 45nm for a year and today, the first 45nm desktop processor has finally arrived. We take the latest and greatest Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 for a spin in our labs and we were plenty impressed with its new capabilities. Read all about it right here.
As smartphones get more powerful, comparisons between UMPCs and smartphones are inevitable with both vying for a space in your pocket and have their fair share of functional similarities for people on the move. We take an in-depth look at both devices and how they have been changing our lives.
News of a timely update to the Windows Mobile platform have been floating around for some months, and at last, Windows Mobile 6.1 is now finally official. Join us, as we take a quick tour of the new snazzy interface on Microsoft's latest update to the platform.
After a long wait, DIY enthusiasts finally get a wider spread of 45nm processors. Case in point today is the performance review of the Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 and Q9450 processors that will eventually retire the current Kentsfield quad-core processors. So read on to see how the newcomers fare.
Ever wondered what makes a workstation graphics card so much more powerful for applications involving digital content creation and computer assisted design? What justifies its expensive price tag? We find out where the new FireGL V7600 stands against its consumer graphics equivalents.
In this forward looking article, learn about Intel's high-end multi-processor (MP) platform update, microarchitecture details of the next generation processor core - the Nehalem and even info on platforms/processors beyond 2009 with Sandy Bridge and Larrabee. So sit tight and get ready to soak up all the information.
Formerly known as Silverthorne, the Atom is Intel's first purpose-built processor designed solely for ultra mobile devices. An apt name for the physical size of the core, what's more interesting is how and where these new CPUs will be featured and how those devices will drive the market. Interested in the Netbook? Read on.
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