We take a look at the extensions feature of Mozilla's Firefox browser, which gives users the ability to install plug-ins (also known as add-ons), allowing one to transform and customize their surfing experience by several notches. Check out what the team from Hardware Zone had to recommend.
Fancy yourself a strapping warrior in an RPG? Foxconn's latest X58 motherboard has quite a striking name and an eye-catching box that seem more suited for a graphics card or gaming peripheral product than a staid motherboard. Here's our attempt at wielding the Flaming Blade.
If you've been stalking Lenovo's new offerings at CES earlier this year, then wait no more. Freshly launched are two IdeaPad notebooks and the much anticipated IdeaCenter AIO desktop PC. Here are the latest brass tacks from what we've harvested. Read on!
HP's latest incarnation of their tablet notebooks, the HP TouchSmart tx2 ditches the older Pavilion brand name in favor of the cooler sounding TouchSmart. But does it Touch Smartly?
RIM has tagged the BlackBerry Storm 9500 as a Press and Be Impressed device. Would we be impressed? Step right in and find out as we got our hands on the first ever BlackBerry full touchscreen device.
Need the perfect compact motherboard for your HTPC setup? Then the Zotac GeForce 9300-ITX WiFi could just be the ideal board for you. Small, but feature-packed and powerful, we take a closer look at this tiny dynamo and see if it has what it takes to seize centre stage in your living room.
Here's a first glimpse of the HTC Touch Diamond2 - an update of one of the hottest Windows Mobile phones around.
Itching to know more about the upcoming Windows Mobile 6.5? Before the new mobile OS invades your life in the fourth quarter of this year, we got a little sneak preview, thanks to the kind folks at Microsoft. As an added bonus, we've got the new interface running on the upcoming HTC Touch Diamond2, so jump in for this double preview video!
The NeatScan To Office portable scanner is an intelligent scanner that allows for easy digitization of printed documents. We check to see just how clever it is.
Bangkok was the venue for the Asian final of Gigabyte's Open Overclocking Competition 2009. We dropped by Pantip Plaza, the mall for all things IT in the city to catch more than our fair share of liquid nitrogen action.