- Event Coverage
Straight from Nokia's high-key event over at Stuttgart, Germany, we bring you firsthand news of two of the hottest gadgets to have emerged since last month. The first is Nokia's Booklet 3G that's making headway into the netbook territory and the second is the svelte new Nokia N900 smartphone, which runs on Maemo OS instead of the usual Symbian S60.
Master Overclocking Arena 2009 is underway, and we are reporting live from the Shangri-La Hotel, Beijing. An overclocking event not to be missed, stay tuned for the latest up to the minute updates as we cover all the action and more.
Besides the earlier shown dual LCD cameras, the Samsung ST550 / ST500 and the connectivity-loaded Samsung ST1000, two other products caught our eyes at a separate launch event today - the super zoom WB5000 and the compact HD camcorder, the U10. Here's a little primer on these two upcoming Samsung products.
Samsung brought us to the land of smiles and introduced three new digital compact cameras, two of which comes with two displays. The innovative cameras also feature touch-screen and Samsung's unique haptic technology.
The NaimUniti music player finally reaches our shores. It can play music directly from USB flash drives, CDs, FM and Internet radio stations, and can even stream audio from your music server or PC. We had a hands-on session with this critically acclaimed music player to see what else it has to offer.
As corporations worldwide seek to cut cost, Lexmark believes that one way this can be achieved is by reducing printing, digitizing records and streamlining workflows. To help, Lexmark has launched more than 20 new printers and here are highlights from the launch event.
Samsung has laid low with their notebook portfolio for the past few years. Well, not anymore. They are back in the game with a total of five spanking new mobile computers to go up against the bigger names of the industry. And they're also hungry for the netbook pie too. Welcome back 'Samy'.
We paid a visit to Bang & Olufsen's showroom deep in the heart of Singapore's bustling Central Business District to take a look at the biggest and most expensive television the Danish audio visual specialists have ever made, the 103-inch BeoVision 4-103 costing a cool S$230,000.
Join us as we bring you some of the secrets behind Nokia's quality assurance when it comes to mobile manufacturing. From the rigorous tests, to its innovative design and its production process, we reveal some of the things you might not know that go in to making your Nokia device.
Philips has established another "world's first" with the launch of the Cinema 21:9, a Full-HD LCD TV carved to cinematic proportions. Besides this 56-inch mega widescreen TV, Philips refreshed several product lineups from LCD TVs, SoundBars and AV systems as well. Dig our spread for more on what's to come from Philips.
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