If watching blacker than black is your thing, then you've probably heard of Pioneer's Kuro plasma panels. Join us as we eyeball the demos over at Pioneer's launch of their newest Kuro panels and Blu-ray players and share with you the key highlights.
The upcoming NVIDIA driver refresh is big enough that it has been codenamed Big Bang II at the green headquarters. And quite rightfully so because beyond performance improvements, there are new features such as Dedicated PhysX processing, SLI Multi-Monitor and more. Read on for a preview of what's in store for you.
Having missed out on Apple's earlier launch event over in the States, we popped by the local MacBook launch to find out first hand how Apple's latest aluminum goodies fare and if they meet the hype level.
The Samsung machine just keeps on churning out devices, and with the G400, we were treated with a pleasurable audio experience.
Already in its fourth year, a wide range of new products, concepts and more were presented at this year's Philips Simplicity Event 2008 held in Moscow, Russia to showcase Philips' focus on Health and Well-being. Check out what was in store in the Red Square and more after the jump.
The guys at ASUS probably drew their inspiration for the card from watching The Matrix movie. Deck in black throughout, and sporting a fancy cooler and an even fancier Super Hybrid Engine chip, we see if the new ASUS EN9800GT Matrix has what it takes to be "The One".
NVIDIA is at it again, taking an old product and renaming it before passing it off as something new. This time, they have taken the old and rather short-lived GeForce 8800 GS and rebadged it as the 'new' GeForce 9600 GSO. Will it help them win the battle for mid-market supremacy? We find out.
We last saw it at our labs during a quick sneak preview with nary a chance for a long term love affair. Thankfully, this time, the Lenovo's 10-inch S10 netbook makes its way back to relight our fires.
SanDisk's range of flash-based portable media players gets another new addition with its Sansa Fuze series, and you can read all about it here.
Spanning two months of exciting preliminary rounds, HardwareZone's Iron Tech 2008 reaches its grand finale here in Singapore, with ten contestants selected from five countries, competing for the title of the best PC tech enthusiast. Find out who emerged as the winner of this final challenge!