We met up with Henri Richard, the Executive Vice President, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of AMD to have an update on microprocessor industry developments, in particular, his views on open standards, competition ethics and to learn of AMD's new plans, products and roadmap as an integrated AMD/ATI entity.
www.hardwarezone.com travels to NEC's head quarters in Tokyo, Japan to speak with Mr. Kazuhiko Kobayashi, Executive Vice President of NEC Corporation about their new Virtual PC Center and learn more about NEC's plan for the ubiquitous office and next generation business infrastructure.
The AMD 690G chipset is finally launched today and we take a quick look a one of the first few motherboard samples available - the ECS AMD690GM-M2 - to see how the new Radeon X1250 graphics core performs. Check out our first hand experience with the AMD 690G right here.
Vista's SideShow is a convenient feature that allows users to quickly access information such as e-mail, stock quotes, RSS feeds and media files without fully powering on their systems. ASUS is the first to offer a viable implementation of this technology with the WF5e notebook. Find out what we had to say on its impact.
Intel has just launched their Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN chipset for Centrino noteboooks as well as a new Connect with Centrino certification program, but what does this mean for consumers and the industry? We take a brief look at Intel's plans and the impact on the progress of the next generation IEEE 802.11n standard.
Intel has a breakthrough in transistor technology that Gordon Moore states is the biggest change yet since the late 1960s. Featured in their upcoming 45nm process technology, Intel has shared with us some of this information and even that of their upcoming Penryn family of processors for 2008!
In the second part of our series of articles focusing on next generation media playback on the PC, we look at HD DVD playback performance numbers, hardware acceleration techniques and CPU decoding overhead with an entry-level Intel Core 2 Duo processor.
Security in the Windows operating system has never been a proud highlight of the past, but Microsoft is all out to change that perception with Windows Vista that's just around the corner. We took Vista for a spin to find out just how secure it claims to be and if consumers can finally put their mind at ease with the new OS.
2006 has been an exhilarating year, probably even the busiest in recent times for hardware developments in the C.E and computing space. To sum up this eventful year, we've selected 100 of the finest products that best capture technology advances and record setters of the year.
You've heard the marketing chatter, but in this article, we show you what high-definition capable hardware and content can offer you. Read on as we show you what's it like to watch movies, play games and capture videos, all in HD. Trust us, you will never want to turn back to standard definition after reading this.
- Replace all your passwords with images using Passage
- Fitbit's Surge aims to be the smart watch for hardcore fitness aficionados
- Rob Riggle to play Frank West in Dead Rising movie
- Apple will require all iOS apps to use 64-bit code starting in February 2015
- IBM to offload semiconductor tech business to Globalfoundaries for US$1.5 billion
- Jabra announces the release of the Jabra Move Wireless – headphones inspired by the city
- Rumor: Microsoft weeks away from launching fitness bands with multi-platform support
- More Sony devices to get PS4 Remote Play capabilities?