- Event Coverage
The coming of the Windows Phone 7 mobile OS is an important milestone in the industry and for Microsoft. To show their commitment to this new development, Microsoft Singapore marked this occasion by setting up a special HardwareZone members only session to give these enthusiasts a detailed rundown of the Windows Phone 7 platform. Hit the jump for our full coverage, including video.
At the AMD Technical Forum & Exhibition 2010, we were treated to more AMD Fusion demos as well as more information leading up to the availability of the Fusion ecosystem. If you're looking for the definite AMD Fusion guide and the latest updates, look no further. Plus, peer into the future of the Fusion.
Opera Software hosted their very first global press event at the Norwegian Center for Design and Architecture in Oslo, Norway to talk about their latest web innovations for the Opera family of browsers as well as the developments in HTML5 and CSS3.
We heard Samsung launched new sleek and sexy notebooks, so we suited up to be equally sexy and popped by their flagship store at Vivo City to check out their cool factor. Expect new Core i7/i5 configurations with GeForce 300M/400M graphics amongst others.
The stage is set for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 to take its place in the race to regain its smartphone dominance. At its official launch, we got a whiff of the updated mobile OS, loaded on the newest and fastest devices that will be reaching our shores very soon.
Microsoft calls for a media event to announce the launch date of its new Kinect controller for its Xbox 360. Given the chance to try out the new Kinect games, how could we not go?
In Japan, Kobe's mostly known for their wonderful and delicious beef, but it's also the place where Panasonic's Toughbook factory is located. So amidst the cows and the scenic views, let's find out what it takes to make a Toughbook stay tough.
Launched nearly worldwide today, we had a chance to experience the new Bose VideoWave entertainment system, something which Bose claims will revolutionize home entertainment as we know it.
Besides impressing the press with their 3D ecosystem, Sony also highlighted the presence of two 3D-ready BRAVIA models in the mix. Check out our event coverage if stereoscopic entertainment happens to be your thing.
Research in Motion (RIM) had their 3rd annual Developers Conference from 27-30 September in San Francisco. The conference is an event where smartphone developers meet RIM executives and partners of the platform to discuss and unveil new developments, community initiatives and tools for communication, collaboration and push services. Here's a highlight of what went down.
- Intel launches Atom-powered Compute Stick!
- Toshiba will pull out of Singapore by end of May this year
- Ultra-thin waterproof Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet now available for pre-order
- Razer's new mouse mat displays 16.8 million colors
- Google may unveil Brillo, its new IoT OS, during its annual I/O conference
- OCZ releases new NVMe compliant Z-Drive 6000 PCIe SSD for enterprise
- Outlook.com is getting a major revamp
- Samsung launches another massive firmware update for the NX1