Hear ye, hear ye. Nokia, the Finnish giant, has unleashed their first full touchscreen phone, the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic. What's more, it Comes with Music in more than one way! Click on the jump, and thou shalt bear witness to this brand new Nokia offering in the next few minutes. Go on, you know you want to read about it.
To differentiate itself from the other P43 boards out there, ASRock has given the P43R1600Twins-WiFi support for both DDR2 and DDR3 memory, and, as the name suggests, Wi-Fi. Representing great value for money, we take a look to see if it has the performance to match.
We take a quick peek at the i.Tech Clip Music 801, equipped with nifty features such as multipoint function for dual connectivity and advanced mobile away alert.
The Samsung M8800 Pixon delivers some of the best images seen from a 8-megapixel camera phone to date.
At MWC'09, we found more new mobile phone devices from the Nokia bandwagon. Following-up with their previous announcements and promises made during Nokia World 2008 at Barcelona, we spotted a showcase of a new Navigator, E-series and of course the long awaited 8-megapixel camera phone from Nokia, the Nokia N86.
If you have been waiting for the Google Android phone, the HTC Dream, wait no more! The Android phone, also commonly known overseas as the HTC G1, has just arrived in town and we've prepared a quick video roundup of the HTC Dream's features.
No sooner had Mobile World Congress 2009 wrapped up, we managed to get a hands-on preview of the Nokia E75! Check out our first impressions on this Nokia messaging-centric device.
When 15 inches doesn't cut it and 17 inches is just too big a fit for you, then perhaps it's time to take a look at this elegantly designed 16-inch Studio XPS 1640 notebook from Dell.
For the budget-minded or HTPC enthusiast, we take a closer look at the MSI G45M Digital motherboard, which comes with Intel's latest integrated GPU, the X4500HD.
With the new GeForce GTX 285 firmly cementing its place as the fastest GPU on the planet, we take a look at closer look at some of the fastest GeForce GTX 285 cards money can buy. Featuring contenders from heavyweights ASUS and MSI, this is going to get dirty.