Research in Motion (RIM) holds its 2nd annual developers conference in San Francisco from 9-12 November 2009. On the first day, there was a 3-hour long General Session keynote presentation by various RIM executives on new services, features and collaborations to make App World and BlackBerry services more robust and "transformative". Check out this summary video for www.hardwaremag.com's ViewPoint series.
We took the 5th gen. iPod nano for field testing to give you a firsthand understanding on just how capable is its new integrated video camera. In fact, this entire video was shot on the nano (640x480 pixel resolution, H,264), so check it out and see if it can stand up against other pocket video camera devices.
Now that Windows 7 is officially out, we couldn't resist taking a look at how Microsoft's latest OS compares with Apple's recently updated OS with the Snow Leopard release. Check out our fire-side chat with the executives in charge of the OSes for the new direction and features, as well as hands-on demo highlights of each OS in this video feature. More over at http://www.hardwarezone.com/articles/view.php?cid=30&id=3049
Apple's latest OS X update, the just released Snow Leopard, has several important updates to its OS. To give you the gist of it, we met up with Darren Sng, Senior Manager of Software Product Marketing with Apple Asia Pacific to demonstrate what Snow Leopard has to offer and why you should take up the update. With Windows 7 finally upon us, we met up with Matthew Hardman, Group Manager, Business & Marketing Organization of Microsoft Singapore to give us a hands-on overview of the top usability features to look forward to.
With Windows 7 finally upon us, we met up with Matthew Hardman, Group Manager, Business & Marketing Organization of Microsoft Singapore to give us a hands-on overview of the top usability features to look forward to.
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.
Adobe invited HWM/HardwareZone.com to its MAX 2009 Developer Conference, which was held Oct 4-7 2009 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Here's a video highlight of announcements, sights and some comments made over the first two days of the conference. For more information, check out www.HardwareMAG.com.
Some things are meant to look pretty just like how Canon's IXUS cameras have always been head turners. Enter the new IXUS 200 IS, one of the sleekest compacts with a 12.1MP sensor, 24mm wide-angle lens and capable of 720p video recording. Oh, and did we mention it comes with a touch-screen display too?
Showcased at NVIDIA's GPU Tech Conference 2009 is Lucasfilm's best movie animations of all time as the introductory to Lucasfilm's CTO, Richard Kerris keynote speech at the third and last day of the conference. Don't miss this neat video montage!
Using Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen as an example, Lucasfilm showcased how the GPU has played an important role in accelerating simulations at NVIDIA's GPU Tech Conference 2009.
- OCZ has a new entry-level SSD called the ARC 100
- LG aims for uniform user experience, brings G3's UX to entry and mid-level devices
- Dual-SIM Lumia 530 available in Singapore from August 23 for S$159
- Jabra announces release of the new Jabra Stealth with new microPower technology
- The ASUS RT-AC87U AC-2400 class router will go on sale next week at Comex 2014
- Parallels launches new Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac with OS X Yosemite integration
- Production issues could force Apple to launch the iWatch next year
- Steve Ballmer leaves Microsoft