AMD starts the new year with a number of new processors spanning its range of dual, triple and quad-cores. Among them is the Phenom II X2 555 'Black Edition', the fastest dual-core in its lineup. With 6MB of L3 cache and a 3.2GHz clock speed, can this dual-core change AMD's fortunes?
Intel has unleashed a wave of low-power, 32nm dual-core processors with integrated graphics for the new year. To match these LGA1156 processors and unlock its graphics capabilities, you'll need a motherboard based on Intel's H55 Express chipset. We check out five such boards and give our verdict.
Departing from its usual QWERTY-based devices, Research in Motion launches its second touchscreen BlackBerry device, the BlackBerry Storm2. With its predecessor being marked down significantly, we put the new Storm2 under close observation and present our findings in this review.
Tablet devices seem to be the rage these days and we have the latest Archos 9 PCtablet in our labs. Running Windows 7 Starter Edition and powered by an Intel Atom Z510 processor, it represents the latest attempt by the French company at taking a slice of the lucrative tablet pie. If you can't wait for Apple's rumored tablet, then check out this new gadget in town.
Fujitsu starts 2010 with loads of promise in their newly refreshed lineup of notebooks. Packed with Intel's Core processors, these notebooks look ready to sparkle and shine thanks to the new features that Fujitsu has packed in. Let's take a peek, shall we?
The Google and LG partnership, embodied by the LG GW620, has much potential in the social networking market.
2010 could be the year for Motorola, and the Motorola DEXT is the first of many Android devices coming our way. How will the little green droid revive the company and put it back into the game? We answer that, in this full review of the Motorola DEXT and its accompanying MOTOBLUR service.
The Samsung Omnia Pro B7610 represents the Korean chaebol's aim to incorporate both work and play into a powerful device. Our experience with it says otherwise.
The 1D Mark IV is, without a doubt the best camera any Canon user can buy out there. Snappy and accurate AF, superb noise control at high ISO, 16.1MP APS-H sized sensor, 10fps shooting speed and dual Digic 4 processors for heavy processing, the 1D Mark IV is any sport photographers' dream camera.
Can the newly released INQ Chat 3G withstand the needs of a social media junkie? We find out.