Sony's latest business projectors were unveiled just a few hours back. And the lineup looks pretty promising, ranging from the slim VPL-MX series, to the value for money VPL-E series. Check out our initial thoughts of the Japanese manufacturer's projectors here.
Dell is not a name synonymous with projectors, but the M109S On-The-Go portable projector, which uses a DLP Pico chipset, looks so good and small that we just couldn't resist.
The wait for Panasonic's new fleet of VIERA Plasma and LCD TVs announced at CES this year is finally over! Panasonic is ready to let loose these panels in the Asian market with a slew of enhanced features, brighter panels and slimmer proportions. Check them out in our coverage of Panasonic's VIERA regional launch.
Since our last look at the virtualization scene on the Mac in 2007, both VMware Fusion and Parallels Desktop have released newer versions. Armed with the new 17-inch MacBook Pro, we revisited both virtualiztion software to find out who's ahead this round.
Samsung have always been in the business of churning out tasty looking handsets and they live up to their reputation with their first flagship phone of 2009 - the Ultra Touch.
AMD had no answer for the mini-notebook movement, but today, they've launched the AMD Yukon platform targeting affordable ultra-thin notebooks with HP as their launch partner. Is the shiny, more powerful Pavilion dv2 the answer to a low cost notebook with better experience? We give you our take.
Your notebooks haven't always been that slim, lightweight, 1.3kg beauty that you're used to carrying around. Join us for a time warp as we take a trip back in time when portable computers of yore weighed in at a 'mere' 10.7kg.
Toshiba's answer to the mini-notebook trend comes in the form of a typical 8.9-inch model that sports similar specs as its competitors.
Don't miss out on the fun as we embark on a journey of self-discovery, truth and insight on what it's really like to use a touch screen phone with pretty manicured pink fingernails and learn the difference between capacitive and resistive screens.
On first glance, the Samsung YP-P3 struck us as something of a fashion icon. How then does it fare as a portable media player?