For all the camcorders and camera seekers out there, we have a truckload of stuff from the ongoing Panasonic LUMIX Asia Seminar 2009. Check out some of the highlights of this regional event that showcases a slew of new and improved digital camcorders and compact cameras!
Find Bluetooth headsets cumbersome? Then check out what we have to say about BlueAnt's Supertooth 3 Bluetooth handsfree.
AMD's long awaited move to DDR3 happens today, as it is launching five new Phenom II models using its AM3 938-pin socket. These processors support both DDR2 and DDR3 memory, making them compatible with old and new motherboards alike. Do they have what it takes to compete with Intel?
This Valentine's Day, skip those expensive dinner arrangements or perhaps even gifts for your unappreciative other half, and instead spoil yourself with some of the coolest gadgets and games that you should have had to give you countless hours more fun.
As its name implies, PhysX is a physics engine which enables real-time physics effects in games with the assistance of CUDA. This week, we cover PhysX's history, its application in today's games, and the performance advantage of CUDA in PhysX. Read on to learn more about this breath-taking technology.
Sleek, shiny and unlike many of its earlier Windows Mobile siblings, our first impression of the HP iPAQ Voice Messenger comes off as a device worth paying some attention to.
With Windows 7 running smoothly on our Atom-based machines, it was time to see what we could do with much older Athlon and Intel Pentium 4-based systems. Will it even run? We take the plunge to find out.
NVIDIA has readied its Ion platform and is aiming it squarely at Intel with a very competitive integrated GPU chipset for the Intel Atom processor. Boasting HD video playback of up to 1080p quality and a really small form factor, could this be the perfect match for the Intel Atom?
The Carcharias is Razer's latest gaming headset and it touts itself as the complete communications package for discerning gamers.
Remember the days when one gigabyte seemed like all the storage space you'll ever need? Now, 500GB hard drives are commonplace and one terabyte hard drives are no longer head turners. Join us as we take a look back at the last ten years in storage development.