The long-awaited iPhone 3G has been making headlines around the world. It has finally reached our shores and we have got an exclusive preview in store for you.
The new millennium brought about significant changes to the portal as the Hardware Zone group got incorporated and with that, a focus shift to gear up member services and a completely revamped site. Of course not to forget are the technology changes and hardware highlights in year 2000. So step right in!
If you're an owner of a spanking new iPhone 3G and have the urge to blast music from your new shiny toy, look no further: the Altec Lansing T612 is here!
In our first part of IDF Fall 2008's coverage, we have details of the latest announcements of new Nehalem features, new quad-core processors for laptops, Intel's new solid-state drives and more.
Dell's new Latitude E line is the latest update to their Latitude series and sports a whole new style and design together with a breakthrough 19-hour long battery life. We checked it out.
We're back with more articles to give you further insight how our HardwareZone portal once looked like in its infancy, the key technologies introduced then and interesting tidbits like hardware pricing 10 years ago should rekindle fond memories for some. So let's start the ball rolling for the 1998 - 1999 era.
Stoic supporters of numeric keypads in need of a business-centric device will find just that in the second E-series device of the year, the Nokia E66.
That's right folks, www.hardwarezone.com officially turns 10! Needless to say, the tech world and HardwareZone have improved heaps over this last decade and to cover it all, the editorial team has been busy reflecting back on past events and recollecting them here in this special 10th anniversary article series.
Fancy a dainty yet feature-packed portable media player? There's the Samsung YP-S3 to consider, and here's an overview of this latest device from Samsung's lineup.
When we reviewed the HD 4870 512MB GDDR5 earlier, we spoke of the R700 card that has yet to arrive. Well, we are pleased to say that it is finally in our labs. Consisting of two RV770 GPUs on a single PCB, we see if it has what it takes to oust NVIDIA's fearsome GTX 280 as the fastest single graphics card.