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Several Windows Mobile handheld devices have been making an impact recently, and Samsung has definitely managed to tap on this trend with the new Samsung i780. Join us as we reveal the capabilities and performance of Samsung's latest Windows Mobile device in this article.
With one of the larger touchscreens we have seen on a portable media player so far, the Cowon Q5W aspires to be more than that.
As smartphones get more powerful, comparisons between UMPCs and smartphones are inevitable with both vying for a space in your pocket and have their fair share of functional similarities for people on the move. We take an in-depth look at both devices and how they have been changing our lives.
The new energy efficient Enermax MODU82+ 625W PSU may be expensive, but its feature list and forward-looking design considerations are definitely worth a consideration.
IDF Spring 2008 kicked off with the Intel Atom and Centrino Atom platform taking center stage. The development into ultra mobile technology and the Mobile Internet Device usage model is Intel's focus right now.
News of a timely update to the Windows Mobile platform have been floating around for some months, and at last, Windows Mobile 6.1 is now finally official. Join us, as we take a quick tour of the new snazzy interface on Microsoft's latest update to the platform.
IDF Spring 2008 is here to bring more techie goodness. We managed to have a quick run of the technology showcase floor a day before, so we thought you'd like to know what Intel has been cooking up lately. There is even a Nehalem sighting, so don't miss out.
As the demand for music phones continues to stay strong, Samsung unveils another member of its "Live Loud" series of music phones, the Samsung i450.
After a long wait, DIY enthusiasts finally get a wider spread of 45nm processors. Case in point today is the performance review of the Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 and Q9450 processors that will eventually retire the current Kentsfield quad-core processors. So read on to see how the newcomers fare.
NVIDIA continues to launch its GeForce 9 series at a steady rate. Today, it's the turn of the GeForce 9800 GTX, which is supposed to be the fastest single GPU graphics card from the company now. Does it stand up to our scrutiny?