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Security in the Windows operating system has never been a proud highlight of the past, but Microsoft is all out to change that perception with Windows Vista that's just around the corner. We took Vista for a spin to find out just how secure it claims to be and if consumers can finally put their mind at ease with the new OS.
The Gigabyte W251U will definitely help you get the job done with various connectivity features and the latest Core 2 Duo processor.
ASUS launches their most overclockable motherboard yet with exceedingly high top-end frequency claims. In this article, we take the Commando to its limits and come back to tell the tale. If you're planning an overclocking rig, this may be the one board you do not want to pass up on. Details inside.
The first hardware product announced in the keynote is the Apple TV (formerly dubbed the iTV). We got around to see how it works, its hardware specifications, and of course details on pricing and availability.
The Sony Bravia KLV-46X200A is the ideal HDTV set for those who want to experience true 1080p content of stunning visual quality.
Gigabyte updates their entire Intel 965 family of motherboards to PCB revision 2.0. This update brings optimized quad-core support and better components. We test out the new GA-965P-DS4 and find a motherboard worthy of hardcore overclockers, performance users and feature-freaks alike. Read on.
It's that time of the year again when the industry launches an onslaught of new products and gadgets to capture our fascination and Apple is at it again in Macworld 2007. Before the event gets started, we thought of feeding your inquisitiveness with what's around at ground zero with an appetizer article.
Need a navigator that can take you places, organize your life and let you surf the Internet wirelessly? Look no further than the new iPAQ rx5900 Travel Companion with built-in GPS and more.
To latch onto Intel Viiv technology, here's the new Netgear EVA700 digital entertainer that offers both wired and wireless streaming of media content.
ATI's Radeon X1950 PRO has come in all shapes and sizes, due to the many different cooling solutions implemented by the many vendors. MSI too has a cooler to call its own, but the rest of its RX1950PRO-T2D256E is as standard as the reference card. How would it stack against the overclocked competition then?