- Event Coverage
In our last report from IDF Fall 09, we discuss the future of televisions, Intel's latest Light Peak optical interconnect and pictures from the show including Larrabee and a laptop with four screens.
We had the privilege of previewing the upcoming Clarkdale processor in action at a closed door briefing earlier today. Besides getting a firsthand look, Intel also revealed some performance numbers. Check out how this new mainstream chip stacks up.
Intel unveiled their latest Core i7 mobile processors today at Intel Developer Forum. We have all the details here including some of the latest Core i7 laptop models from major brands.
We look at Intel's latest product roadmaps from the enterprise segment all the way down to netbooks. We reveal all the 32nm product changes and their expected availability.
Intel today extended Moore's Law by revealing the world's first 22nm working transistors. In addition, Intel also shared details of their new Atom netbook application store.
It was indeed nothing but HP at the PC giant's regional media event, which showcased its latest upcoming netbooks, notebooks and desktops. Among the gems spotted include the ENVY series of high-end luxury consumer notebooks, a new Ion-based Mini netbook and other ultra-slim notebooks. Find out more in the next few pages!
Had enough of the great offers from Comex 2009? We think not. So here's more for your consideration. And fret not, there's still time to grab all the offers from the likes of Samsung, ASUS, Canon and many more. So hop on in, and get enticed by our continuing mega coverage of Comex 2009.
Comex 2009 starts today! With over five floors at Suntec Singapore, it promises to be bigger than the previous show, with more gadgets and bargains for all. Team HardwareZone was at the show floors to get you the latest prices and deals. Here's the first part of our mega coverage!
While the Nokia Booklet 3G and N900 might have stolen the thunder at this year's Nokia World, there's more to come. We also stole a few peeks at the very 'secretive' Nokia N97 Mini and a new segmentation known as the X-series (formerly XpressMusic devices) consisting of the newly dubbed Nokia X3 and X6 devices.
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.
- Nexus users may get free unlimited storage at original quality on Google Photos
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 custom cards have landed, and they're cheaper than expected
- Samsung Pay Mini app available for Android and iOS in June?
- Microsoft and NUS sign a MOU to collaborate on data science education and research
- Samsung shows some love to the trendier crowd by launching the Galaxy J3 and J5
- Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella delivers his keynote address at Microsoft Developer Day Singapore
- Here’s how much the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 will cost you in local stores
- The new HP ZBook Studio is HP’s thinnest and lightest workstation yet