Featuring the world's first transparent touchpad, here's our first impressions of the upcoming LG GD900 Crystal slider mobile phone.
AMD has been catching up with some of Intel's more powerful processors with its latest AM3 Phenom II offerings. This is aided in part by the competitively priced mainstream boards of which the 790GX chipset plays a major role. We cover three of the top Socket AM3 790GX boards available now from ASUS, BIOSTAR and MSI.
Touted as being one of the best multimedia handsets of the year, the Korean chaebol launched its 2009's flagship mobile phone, the LG Arena (KM900). So what separates this handset from the rest of the other touch screen devices out there in the market? Tune in to find out what makes the LG Arena so special.
The I7500 is Samsung's first attempt in getting into the Android game. Does it succeed in bringing anything new to the platform?
SilverStone ventures into the very small form factor arena with its latest chassis design, the Sugo SG05. Meant for mini-ITX motherboards, this small chassis features a quiet 120mm fan, adequate ventilation and a respectable power supply. Is it good enough to build a decent system?
Unleash your inner DJ by customizing your tunes with sound effects, scratch your tunes and more with Samsung's latest music phone, the Samsung Beat DJ.
After the recent introduction of the first retail implementation of the NVIDIA Ion platform from Acer, NVIDIA continues to push its chipset by sending us a barebones motherboard kit from Zotac with a dual-core Intel Atom processor installed. Here's a quick update with our findings.
XFX, who now also churns out ATI cards, presents us with the latest Radeon HD 4890 XXX Edition. We check to see if it is deserving of the XXX badge.
Once again, we take a trip down memory lane as we take stock of mobile phone technologies that have made an impression in the past decade, from the turn of the century, to its evolved successors of today. Check out some of the biggest highlights over the decade, from 1998 to 2008!
With growing complexity of the web and its rich media content, Internet browsers are ever-changing to keep up with both technical and personal needs. We check out the latest builds of IE, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Chrome to see how they are shaping up in compatibility, features and performance.