The Philips DCP850 docking entertainment system has a DVD drive and an iPod dock packed together, satisfying the definition of a true mobile companion.
Following its move to the foreground as a company that now sells Windows Mobile devices directly to consumers through its own brand, HTC officially unveiled its new global headquarter and R&D facility as part of its 10th anniversary bash.
We managed to get some hands on time with Sony Ericsson's upcoming 3G Cyber-shot phone and we have to say that the K770i is a sexy beast in a slim, compact body. Check out our little preview right here and find out more.
The Nokia N76 is a very decent multimedia mobile phone. While it is not perfect, it should still be on the list for anyone looking for their latest fashion fix and are not worried too much about little things like a weak battery life.
While AMD just had its fanfare debut of the Barcelona, elsewhere Intel is busy ushering in their latest 4-way "Caneland" platform which also encompasses the new Xeon MP "Tigerton" processors. We take a look at what's in store for the high performance computing crowd.
With Neverwinter Nights 2 headlining its latest Radeon HD 2600 XT 256MB GDDR3, Gigabyte has another attractive game bundled with its graphics cards. Read on as we check out this interesting silent package.
As the anticipation of Intel's upcoming launch for their PCI Express 2.0 compliant core logic chipset, the X38 gets on a high note, we bring you an up close and personal preview of Foxconn's X38A, one of the first Intel X38 motherboards to make its rounds.
Logitech introduces a world of freedom with the all new MX Air Mouse, designed for both desktop and aerial navigation.
The Fujitsu tablet-convertible UMPC U1010 has a full operating system and the portability factor, making it a true mobile companion for the consumers.
You've already seen what Gigabyte has up their sleeves for the mainstream market with their Ultra Durable 2 line of motherboards, and now we give you an in depth look at their latest flagship board - the Gigabyte GA-P35-DQ6, complete with an ever more elaborate cooling design.