Oh where, oh where, will it fit? With its small size, and its profile so thin, there's definitely more places it can fit besides one's pocket. We let you in on our findings and our overall experience with the gorgeous looking Sony VAIO Pocket.
Tapping into the immense power of the GPU for general purpose computing is only in its nascent stage. But with OpenCL ratified and ready to bring a common standard to this field, get set for more developments in GPU computing. Read on to find out why it matters.
The graphics card has certainly come a long way. Join us as we take a trip down memory lane to the humble beginnings of the 3D graphics card, to the days when 3dfx still existed and NVIDIA cards still had a sensible nomenclature.
One of the more significant advantages that AMD touts of its new Phenom II chip is its ability to overclock higher than its predecessor. Is this overclocking edge sufficient to restore the enthusiasts' faith in AMD? We pushed our Phenom II X4 940 Black Edition to find out.
For the Internet junkies, web browsers have become an integral part of their lives. But if you need your fix on the road, which web browser will you go for? We take a look at a few mobile web browsers, and give you a few insights of each of them in this feature article.
AMD's much awaited shift to 45nm for its processors finally hits the consumer space with the Phenom II, the streamlined and more energy efficient sequel to the Phenom. Read on to find out if this new chip along with AMD's Dragon platform can turn the tide.
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.
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