With this update on IDF Spring 2006, we bring you the latest in mobile technology, WiMAX announcements and get a taste of really cool concept PCs and UMPCs. Lastly, we go into many new Viiv features and finish it off with some spice as Intel sneak peeks their Secret Sauce.
Like clockwork, the IT Show is the first of a series of local exhibitions consumers can expect to find everything PC and CE related under one roof. Of course, it's also a great place to snap up bargains to set your year right. After hours of walking, we are glad to report that IT Show 2006 was a definite crowd pleaser.
Today is the first day of the IDF Spring 2006 and Intel's Next Generation Microarchitecture has now been given a name. Join us to follow Intel Chief Technology Officer, Justin Rattner's keynote as he speaks about the Core microarchitecture and Power-Optimized Platforms.
Intel Developer Forum Spring 2006 is just around the corner, but what's this? Intel has already started the ball rolling with insights into R&D efforts to bring about more efficient systems, power optimizations and even some crazy talk of 100's of cores. Check out what went down on Day 0.
The Asian handset manufacturers made a strong showing at the 3GSM World Congress as well. Samsung, for one, launched quite a few devices in various shapes and sizes. Here is what we saw from them and others like LG and BenQ.
It's that time of year again where we pay a visit to the mobile mecca, the 3GSM World Congress. This is where deals are made and technologies are shown off, but more interestingly are the new mobile phones that were showcased. In our first part, we take a look at Nokia, Motorola & Sony Ericsson pavilions.
AMD welcomed the new year with a spanking new AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 processor. Based on the Toledo core, it's a dual-core processor clocked at 2.6GHz.
MacBook Pro, iMac with Intel Core Duo Processor, iPod Radio Remote, iWork '06, iLife '06 are some of the key announcements that were announced among a couple of other goodies at the Macworld Conference & Expo 2006 at San Francisco. Hop right in for the full coverage.
Bringing Asia Pacific's first ever water-cooled PC into the consumer market, NEC launched their new PowerMate DL T8000 w in a cold room fit for this icy king. How do you silence a performance PC into a mere whisper? NEC seems to have the answer.
We all know that ABIT is in the business of overclocking and they have extended their support for the overclocking community by yet another mile with the overclocking competition held here in Singapore. The competition just concluded a couple of hours ago and we're back here in the office, working hard to bring you all the updates and pictures.
- SHORE, a new Google Glass app to detect your emotions
- Lenovo launches Horizon 2 table PC in Singapore
- Samsung unveils 3G-enabled Gear S with 2-inch curved Super AMOLED display
- LG announces G Watch R, the world's first wearable with full circle P-OLED display
- Zotac announces pocket-size ZBOX PI320 pico desktop PC
- Tim Cook calls recent iPad sales slump a "speed bump"
- Apple has one more thing to unveil on September 9, the much fabled iWatch
- SingTel announces new Unlimited Fiber Plan, promises no traffic throttling