Never mind the Micro Four Thirds System; Samsung has one upped that and gone ahead with the NX10, a product that's a perfect union between a DSLR and a Micro Four Thirds camera as it comes with a APS-C sized sensor built into a compact body. But does it only work in theory? We give you the details.
Fancy a portable gaming rig? ASUS has that in the form of the G51J 3D, but goes one step better by embracing true visual 3D gaming by making the notebook 3D stereo capable. Find out more.
MSI gets into the SATA 6Gbit/s and USB 3.0 game with the P55-GD85, an upgrade to the P55-based GD-80. Besides its auto-overclocking OC Genie feature, what else can you expect from this board?
The AMD 890GX chipset launched in March is just the first of AMD's chipset refresh for the year. Next up, expect the enthusiast class 890FX and the more mainstream 880G. Here's a quick preview of what's coming from Gigabyte.
We head to Los Angeles to check out HP's latest range of workstations for both the desktop and mobile.
After a long, long wait, Fermi is finally here in the form of the GeForce GTX 480. We put the card through its paces to see how it matches against ATI's finest, how much faster is it compared to its predecessor.
The Motorola Milestone, also known as the Droid, represents a fresh start and a second chance for Motorola to impress and influence the smartphone market. We explain why, in our full review of this Android 2.1 powered device.
We joined 3M today for a closed-door session on their current star device, the 3M MPro150 Pico Projector, and other equally exciting yet vastly different technological products. Stay tuned for the details as we bring to you the latest from 3M.
LG has given us a glimpse of their INFINIA series yesterday. Today, we bring you the concluding chapter with more on their upcoming HDTV models, and of course, LG's new-fangled LED and 3D technology. Read on for more Korean intrigue.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Pureness stands out because of its unique transparent liquid crystal display. But how does it really hold up? Read on to find out.