- Event Coverage
The IFA 2008 in Berlin, now an annual consumer electronics fair, boasts the largest rented floor space ever, with 122,000 square meters. We check out what each of the top consumer electronics brands unveiled to journalists during the Press Day conferences held on 28 August 2008, a day before IFA 2008 officially opens.
Welcome to the second part of our extensive coverage of Comex 2008 as we continue to bring you the best bargains from the show floor and the show girls of the event.
Been thinking of getting a HDTV for this season's BPL? Eyeing a new notebook for school? Or maybe you're just itching to spend your hard-earned cash on some new gadgets. Well, with Comex 2008 just around the corner, we preview some of the deals you can expect to find.
It's no secret that when it comes to the iPhone 3G, queuing has become something of a much needed art, especially in other countries. Was the Singapore launch equally crazy with long snaking queues? Now updated with video footage!
Hot on the heels of Apple's iPhone 3G, Samsung has their own home-run with the brand new innov8 - the world's first smartphone with an 8MP camera and touted as the all-in-one entertainment mobile device. We find out first-hand of its capabilities at the launch in Vietnam.
Rethink your concept about mobile phones as Motorola introduces their new online music distribution service, MotoMusic, alongside five other devices positioned to seamlessly integrate with this brand new online music service, so hop in and hear the latest news.
In our final update of Intel Developer Forum Fall 2008, we have details of Intel's new media processor, Widget TV, upcoming MIDs, USB 3.0, Intel's X58 motherboard and much more.
The new millennium brought about significant changes to the portal as the Hardware Zone group got incorporated and with that, a focus shift to gear up member services and a completely revamped site. Of course not to forget are the technology changes and hardware highlights in year 2000. So step right in!
In our first part of IDF Fall 2008's coverage, we have details of the latest announcements of new Nehalem features, new quad-core processors for laptops, Intel's new solid-state drives and more.
We're back with more articles to give you further insight how our HardwareZone portal once looked like in its infancy, the key technologies introduced then and interesting tidbits like hardware pricing 10 years ago should rekindle fond memories for some. So let's start the ball rolling for the 1998 - 1999 era.
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- Starhub investigating ongoing broadband and digital voice service disruption (updated)
- Meet the AC Ryan Veolo 4K
- Sony in hot water for misleading PS Vita ads
- Creative hosts exclusive listening session for the Sound Blaster X7