Almost ten years in the making, the HWM+HardwareZone.com Tech Awards 2010 was celebrated with no bars held. A prestigious event held at the Sheraton Hotel on the 3rd of February, it paid tribute to the very best in tech products and services within two main award categories: Editor's Choice and Reader's Choice. Read on to find out what took place that exciting afternoon.
Sony's VAIO notebook collection gets updated and refreshed just in time for Spring 2010. We hopped over to Fort Canning to see what Sony has in store for us. Read on for the report and our initial opinions.
Olympus sure isn't letting up on its Micro Four Thirds offerings. The E-P2 came five months after the release of the E-P1 in June 2009, and three short months after the E-P2 comes the brand new E-PL1, announced today. Read on for the full details and our first hands-on impressions.
While 3D capabilities have not exactly been in the mainstream yet, some LCD monitors have come into the market with 3D support, namely, the Samsung 2233RZ and ViewSonic VX2268WM. We take a look at both LCD monitors on standard and 3d gaming usage to see which will come up on top.
Looking for a pair of fashionable and relatively decent headphones to go with your style? We put the iFrogz EarPollution NervePipes to the test.
Sony Ericsson's second Symbian S60 5th Edition touchscreen phone, the Vivaz, is almost here. With several features rolled into this sleek looking device, including 720p HD video recording with continuous auto-focus and more, will this silence the critics? We give you a quick preview to see if it's worth waiting for.
The dust has settled on the Apple announcements, so we now move on to something more 'down-to-earth'. Our next round is for the photography enthusiasts as we present some hands-on impressions of the new LUMIX lineup at this year's Panasonic LUMIX Optical Seminar.
The iPhone rival, the superphone, call it what you may, the Google Nexus One is most importantly the company's first true step into the mobile phone industry. Will this Android 2.1 device be a game changer and how does Google keep the competition at bay? We reveal all, right after the jump.
A new wave of Intel processors hit the market earlier this month at the annual Consumer Electronics Show and along with these new Socket LGA1156, dual-core mainstream models for both the mobile and desktop, there are new chipsets to support them. Indeed, there are plenty of new model names to add to the jargon but here to shed some light, we present you with the MSI H57M-ED65, which is based on the Intel H57 Express.
Our double combo article takes a look at Intel's new netbook platform, Pine Trail, and also a look at one of the first few netbooks that now feature the updated platform with the new Intel Atom N450 processor. Now the big question on our minds - is it any better? Let's find out.