A high-end enthusiast class chipset like the Intel X58 Express in a microATX form factor? That has been done. But what about a microATX board bearing ASUS' overclocking oriented Republic of Gamers logo? We check out the small but lean Rampage II Gene.
Making its move onto the 8-megapixel arena, Prolink's latest web camera showed itself to be feature packed.
Are all BlackBerrys alike? Well, the truth ain't so. If you have been pondering over which BlackBerry to choose from, we give you a quick summary of the latest RIM devices, the BlackBerry Curve and the BlackBerry Bold.
While ultraportable notebooks have long been pegged at the expensive end of the price range, thus a barrier for most mainstream consumer's wallet, HP's Pavilion dv2 looks to buck the trend with an affordable 12.1-inch ultraportable notebook. Interested? Read on for the details.
We have all seen the Intel Atom turning up in every low-cost PC, mobile or otherwise. These however are usually the single core variants. What about the less common dual-core versions? Read all about our experiences with the dual-core Intel Atom in a mini-ITX package.
At long last, the HTC phones that got everyone excited at the Mobile World Congress 2009 is within sight. Succeeding the HTC Touch Diamond and HTC Touch Pro, we witnessed the launch of the next generation, the HTC Touch Diamond2 and HTC Touch Pro2. Enjoy the picture spread, right after the jump!
Portable digital entertainment has come a long way over the past decade. Take a good look at your portable media player and discover its evolution through the decade as we reminiscence its key developments and noteworthy implementations over the last ten years.
The HTC Touch Cruise 2009 may bear the same name as its earlier iteration, but it comes with more than just that with a juiced up processor and an updated TouchFlo interface.
The game is on with Logitech's G13 Advanced Gameboard to enhance your macros for your fast-paced action games.
We take a look at the extensions feature of Mozilla's Firefox browser, which gives users the ability to install plug-ins (also known as add-ons), allowing one to transform and customize their surfing experience by several notches. Check out what the team from Hardware Zone had to recommend.