Does the S in Apple's iPhone 3GS stand for speed? In this one-on-one comparison with its predecessor, we check out how much faster the iPhone 3GS is.
On 17 June 2009, Olympus presented us with their first Micro Four Thirds camera, the PEN E-P1. The new E-P1 will offer DSLR-like image quality in a sleek and compact body, with interchangeable lenses. Join us as we check out all the juicy bits with representatives from Olympus at www.hardwaremag.com!
CommunicAsia 2009 came to be an exciting moment for all the mobile lovers out there. With the week coming to a close, we present to you some video highlights of this year's CommunicAsia, and on that point, we bid you adieu, and prepare ourselves for another busy week in CommunicAsia 2010. Till then, enjoy the highlights, filled with devices, beautiful ladies, and more devices!
In the first of many announcements during this week of CommunicAsia 2009, we give you a glimpse of what's to come from the Finnish company, Nokia. Amongst the devices featured, the spotlight this time is on the succeeding Nokia E72 and the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic.
Right after Nokia, we homed in on Samsung's announcements for the evening. Revealing the star of the day as the Samsung S8000 Jet, which is touted as a phone that's smarter than a smartphone, we were also privy to more devices under the Omnia branding
In our continuing CommunicAsia 2009 coverage, we bring more exciting news from Sony Ericsson when they held their Asia Pacific event which saw the unveiling of its 12.1-megapixel camera phone, the Sony Ericsson Satio, a multimedia-centric device, the Sony Ericsson Yari and a gaming-centric device, the Sony Ericsson Aino.
Seen at CommunicAsia 2009 in Singapore, BNS, or Broadband Network Systems, has launched BNS Touch, a multimedia solution designed to open new revenue streams by giving shoppers a seamless shopping experience integrating an IPTV service, shopping catalog/advertisement and an RFID pen called The Wiz. Check out the trailer.
Team HardwareZone gives you the highlights of PC Show 2009 straight from the show floors in Suntec City, Singapore.
Samson Sern, senior vice president of Compal Electronics introduces the next generation of MID (mobile internet device) based on Intel's new Moorestown chip with Anand Chandrasekher, Intel Corporation senior vice president. Catch the special appearance of Janet Hsieh, host of popular travel show, Fun Taiwan
Anand Chandrasekher, Intel Corporation senior vice president talks about the next generation Moorestown platform which has 50x lower power consumption as compared to current generation Menlow platform.
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- BMW to demo auto-parking technology at CES 2015
- Microsoft recruiting for its new 'Arcadia' initiative
- LG to debut smart TVs running WebOS 2.0 at CES 2015