- Event Coverage
Barely half a year since the HTC Touch was inducted into the mobile device market, HTC presents its new addition to the Touch family, the HTC Touch Dual, with better network support, a new processor and added enhancements to its successful TouchFLO interface.
Apple's Mac OS X Leopard is promoted as the best upgrade ever with over 300 new features included. We were invited to the launch event recently and thought we'd share our first experiences with the new Mac OS. Read on.
At HP's recent Smart Office 2007 regional press event held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Hardware Zone was treated to a vast array of new SMB products, services and even technologies to meet the needs of this fast growing segment. Join as we walk you though the event highlights.
Targeted at semi-professionals and advanced amateurs, the latest A700 entree into Sony's Alpha lineup carries a host of features improved from its predecessor and introduced a good number of new ones as well. We checked it out at the launch event and here's what we saw.
From what we've seen at the recent Palm Treo 500v launch, this latest Palm device has made its leap into the convergence for the mainstream consumers. We give you a quick update of our thoughts from our brief encounter with it.
The launch of MSI's latest Intel 3 Series motherboards took us all the way to the Silk Road in Dunhuang, China. Besides learning about MSI's latest products and their PC2008 vision, we were treated to an array of Chinese history, music, dance and some really exotic food.
In our last update, we look at Intel's vision of the next internet. We also have a photo gallery of all the cool gadgets and displays that caught our eye.
In our second update, we look at upcoming mobile products, from notebook PCs to ultra mobile devices such as UMPCs and MIDs. We also have details of Montevina and Moorestown, as well as a photo gallery.
In our first update for IDF Fall 2007, we have details of Intel's upcoming Nehalem microarchitecture, their latest 32nm process technology, the multi-core teraflop Larrabee chip and future USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps specifications.
Following its move to the foreground as a company that now sells Windows Mobile devices directly to consumers through its own brand, HTC officially unveiled its new global headquarter and R&D facility as part of its 10th anniversary bash.
- Creative hosts exclusive listening session for the Sound Blaster X7
- "Is this your photo?" virus solutions and advice from mobile security experts (Updated!)
- Future Warfare: The PD-100 Black Hornet, a drone that could fit in a pocket
- Luxury watch brands are going after imitation smartwatch faces
- Samsung seeks to block NVIDIA GPUs from US market in a tit for tat move
- HTC announces Desire Eye's price and availability (Updated)
- Alienware Alpha makes its debut in US Stores
- Prolink to launch new Energiepak series power banks at Sitex 2014