The world's largest consumer technology trade show officially starts 7 Jan but some of the more exciting products have been unveiled to the media in a press event. Check out our quick takes on what to expect this year at CES.
Integrated graphics get a new meaning with Intel's Clarkdale family of processors. Built on a 32nm manufacturing process, these processors hold the graphics core close to its heart, right on the same processor package. Can these new processors and its graphics rise above the mediocrity of Intel's GMA?
Lenovo has sneaked in a tiny manifestation under its X-series belt. Here's a preview of the Athlon Neo-based X100e notebook, branded by Lenovo as an ultraportable for executives. Hopefully, it'll retain most of the charms of the brand's venerable ThinkPad.
The Nokia X6 isn't the first X-series device to hit the stores, but it'll definitely be known as Nokia's first device with a capacitive touch screen. How does the new music-centric X-series perform in a sea of convergent devices? Lend us your ears, as we share the story of the new Nokia X6.
We take a first look at Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1, the first camera with both 2D and 3D capabilities, and give readers a lowdown of its overall performance.
We just rounded up the Top 100 Products that wowed us for 2009, but how about the top tech trends for the year and technologies that would draw your attention in 2010? Or how about companies who made some big shifts and look set to turn their fortunes for the better in 2010? All is revealed in this easy to digest video feature!
Android is going places, and makes its presence felt on internet tablets like the Archos 5 Internet Tablet.
Dell's Alienware brand finally makes its way to our region after a long wait. The burning question - is the Dell Alienware m15x worth the wait for hardcore and casual gamers? Let's find out.
Sony's new MDR-570LP headphones might look good, but is it all style and no substance? We take a listen to find out.
LG has come up with a mobile that fits not your hand but your wrist. Will it sell like hotcakes or just be another gimmicky device? Here's our verdict.