Announced recently at the Consumer Electronics Show, NVIDIA's GeForce 3D Vision aims to bring realistic 3D visuals to your homes. We take a closer look at the technology behind it, and more importantly, see if it can live up to its hype.
Portable external HDDs are a dime a dozen, but few are as sleek and good-looking as the Samsung S2. We dig deeper to see if it's more than just another pretty face.
The Radeon HD 4870 from ATI has been around awhile now and it's beginning to lose its wow factor to NVIDIA's recent offerings. Thankfully vendors like Sapphire are breathing new life to it with its factory-overclocked Radeon HD 4870 1GB Toxic Edition. Find out if it succeeds in doing so.
No external optical drive but itching to install Win7 on your Intel Atom-based machines? Fret not, the latest Windows 7 OS from Microsoft allows you to install it from a USB drive. Find out how.
Fancy shifting to Intel's new Nehalem CPU architecture? Well, you'll probably need a new motherboard to go with that processor and Gigabyte may just have a tempting one with its EX58-UD4P.
NVIDIA's GeForce 9300/9400 mGPU is going places, what with the new Ion platform for Atom powered devices. Today however, we're looking at the desktop segment with our second retail GeForce 9300 mGPU board, the MSI P7NGM-Digital arriving in our lab.
It has been a long wait, but the upcoming updated Symbian S60 operating system will be featuring touchscreen technology on Nokia's new line. We take a more in-depth look at the fifth iteration of the mobile OS on the first of many devices to come from the Nokia bandwagon - the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic!
Sanyo's off to a fresh start this year with 6 new camcorders to their Xacti series. This time, you'll find a wide variety to suit your needs - some with Full HD resolution shooting capabilities, some with vertical hand-held designs and new horizontal designs, plus water proof versions too!
In our previous article, we've already offered an introduction into the world of parallel computing, the benefits it'll bring and the obstacles it has to overcome. Now, we take a look closer look at one of the technologies that is powering it. CUDA, from NVIDIA.
Multiple linkup to different devices via a single Bluetooth headset? That's what the i.Tech Clip Naro 601 showed itself to be capable of during our run with it.