In Part 3 of our Computex 2007 coverage, we take a look at what Foxconn's been tinkring about in R&D. We also visit Elsa, FIC, Jetway, Luxpro, PowerColor, Sumicom, Vosonic and VIA. Continue your Computex Taipei 2007 tour right here.
If you still have some cash left after the first few days of the Great Singapore Sale, why not head on down to PC Show 2007 at Suntec City to cash in on some of the best IT bargains in town? Here's some of the good stuff that we found at the show floor.
Slotted within the Great Singapore Sale, the PC Show 2007 is the place to be for mid-year IT bargains. If you are eyeing to swap some old stuff for new ones, this is it! And there's no better place to check out the bargains in the comfort of your home than here at www.hardwarezone.com.
MSI was in town to promote its latest offerings, spanning across its major product lines of mainboard, graphics and notebooks. Featuring newly released platforms like Intel's 3 series and Santa Rosa, this was a quick refresher of the latest technologies. Read on to find out what's new and hot.
In conjunction with the worldwide announcement of the hotly anticipated "Santa Rosa" platform by Intel, HP is riding on the momentum to reaffirm its focus on all things concerning mobility. Notebooks, handhelds, mobile services, enterprises solutions, the lot.
The organizers of the annual IFA consumer electronics tradeshow got the world's journalists together at Monte Carlo, Monaco from April 27 - 29 to prepare the world with information for the IFA 2007 event in Berlin come August 31. We share with you some of the highlights.
Samsung Fun Club celebrated their 4th birthday in style, with celebrity DJ Daniel Ong hosting the event. However the star of the show was really the Samsung Ultra Music F300 phone that made its debut here in Singapore.
In our second and final part of the Intel Developer Forum Spring 2007 coverage, we have details on Intel's latest desktop products, a peek at Intel Turbo Memory's performance and some details of Montevina, Skulltrail and Menlow.
In our first Intel Developer Forum update from Beijing, we take an in-depth look at Intel's upcomong 45nm Penryn processor as well as details of the new Intel Xeon 7300 series, Tolapai and Nehalem.
As part of HP's push to capture an even larger market share of enterprise printing, HP has launched its most advanced printing technology to date and it's called Edgeline. Scalability, reliability, speed, high printing quality and low running cost are the qualities it brings.
- StarHub to debut solar-powered mobile base station at NDP 2014
- NVIDIA working on ways to quadruple display performance in low-res LCDs
- Xiaomi responds to allegations that its phones are sending personal data to Chinese servers secretly
- Feeling stressed without your phone? You may be suffering from nomophobia
- Security researchers show how a USB device can takeover your computer
- Apple cutting more than a quarter of Beats team
- Apple said to unveil iPhone 6 on September 16, hit retail shelves on October 14?
- Samsung to launch two new high-end smartphones soon to reverse falling sales