The HTC Hero was made official during its London launch just two weeks ago. We managed to snag a pre-production unit for a quick feel and photo shoot, so we'll let all the pictures do the talking for the awesome HTC Hero that'll be coming soon!
AMD's shift to DDR3 memory with the Phenom II, coupled with falling prices for DDR3 memory modules, point to a turning point in the mainstream adoption of the newer memory standard. If you're still hesitant about getting DDR3 for your next rig, we tempt your wallets with this mega memory showdown involving 10 different dual and triple-channel DDR3 1600MHz kits.
One of Acer's first offerings after taking over mobile device manufacturer, E-TEN, we take a look at the M900 QWERTY touchscreen slider.
The Shuttle X50 All-In-One is a 15.6-inch wide screen display based nettop machine that's slim and delightfully portable. It also comes configured with a dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor to give it a needed edge over your common netbook and even some nettops. But will it hold up in our review? Time to find out!
The Apple iPhone 3GS is finally in Singapore! Just two weeks after its launch in the US, we didn't have to wait too long to get our hands on it and give it a full-fledged review! Check out our thoughts and impressions on the third coming of the iPhone!
You probably have seen a handful of Intel P55 motherboards during our Computex 2009 coverage, but today we've one up-close from ASUS - complete with a Core i5 Lynnfield processor as well. Join us as we delve in detail with the ASUS P7P55D Evo motherboard and what to expect in September 2009.
Wacom's Intuos Tablet 4 provides the best sketch experience for budding artists and veterans alike.
We paid a visit to Bang & Olufsen's showroom deep in the heart of Singapore's bustling Central Business District to take a look at the biggest and most expensive television the Danish audio visual specialists have ever made, the 103-inch BeoVision 4-103 costing a cool S$230,000.
Bearing a QWERTY keyboard, the new HTC Snap is a rare departure from the firm's usual touchscreen smartphones.
Join us as we bring you some of the secrets behind Nokia's quality assurance when it comes to mobile manufacturing. From the rigorous tests, to its innovative design and its production process, we reveal some of the things you might not know that go in to making your Nokia device.