Research in Motion is still making efforts to keep the competition at bay. And thus, enter the new BlackBerry Curve 8520.
The Panasonic Lumix FX65 comes from a line of fine digital compact cameras; its predecessors include the FX36, FX38 and FX48. Does it live up to its pedigree and can it overcome some of the shortcomings of its predecessors? We take it for a spin and find out if the new Power O.I.S. can tip the scales in its favor.
Fujitsu's latest ScanSnap S1500 will convert your office into a paperless one in no time.
The cogs of ATI's war machine are turning and they are not letting up. After the awesome Radeon HD 5870 and 5850, they are continuing the assault on NVIDIA by releasing the Radeon HD 5770. The 4700 series used to be ATI's mainstream selection, how would the 5770 perform? Let's find out.
The NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 is an all-new GPU that was initially meant for OEM but has since been made available to the public. Along with the GeForce GT 210, it is NVIDIA's first desktop GPU manufactured using a 40nm process. How will this budget GPU perform? Will it allow you to get some decent gaming done? Let's find out.
With the new mainstream Lynnfield processors lowering the price of entry for Intel's current platform, it's time to look at the rest of the supporting cast. Today, we bring together five of the top P55 motherboards from major vendors to find out which one deserves to be in your next PC.
The Radeon HD 5870 is undoubtedly fast, but how would two of them perform? In an attempt to simulate the performance of the upcoming Radeon HD 5870 X2, we put a pair 5870 cards together in CrossFireX and compare it with two 4870 X2 cards. Along the way, we also examined how such a configuration would perform on an Intel X38 and an X58 setup.
You've met the M17x, now meet the rest of the extraterrestrial members from Alienware. For its second wave, Dell will be introducing the 15-inch M15x gaming notebook along with two Area-51 desktops with their mix of fearsome hardware. Wait not. It's time to board the mother ship.
As a point and shoot device, the Nikon COOLPIX L19 comes off as another simple device from the get go. And it priced quite reasonably for the budget conscious.
Adobe's MAX 2009 conference saw several key announcements made to address growing market needs amongst the numerous developer sessions covering Adobe's range of designer software, programming and more. We bring you the highlights of the event to bring you up to speed.