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Check out the Sony Ericsson MBW-100 Bluetooth watch that performs Caller ID, new message notification and lets you reject calls all on one "handy" watch.
Company of Heroes, the latest group-based RTS game, has taken the gaming community by storm with its captivating game play, graphics and other elements. However SLI support was left broken. The latest patch offers a free performance boost for all users and breaths new life to SLI. Read on for the juicy details and more!
The Canon Powershot G7 is a wonderful camera for most occasions. It is handy, portable and comes with great features like video capture and more.
What do geeks do when confronted with one of the hottest game consoles at the moment, one that is going on eBay for many times its list price? Why, they try to install Linux on it of course. Join us as we turn our PS3 into a card carrying member of the Linux community.
Be spoilt for choice yet again as SITEX 2006 kicks into high gear with an onslaught of gadgets, entertainment units, computer components and digital lifestyle infotainment booths. Catch all the happenings inside our coverage!
The Motorola ROKR E2 will rock one's world as it can be your mobile phone, and at the same time be a personal beatbox anytime, anywhere.
Water splashes stopping you from taking photos under the sun? Now you can brave the elements and snap away with Sanyo's Xacti VPC-CA6.
The already crowded graphics retail market got even more claustrophobic with a new mid-range contender from ATI. The Radeon X1650 XT is the latest in ATI's bid to topple the GeForce 7600 GT from its price performance perch and from our benchmarks, it looks like the real deal. Here's MSI's take on it.
The Philips SRU9600 is the only remote you'll ever need as it has over 1,200 brands in its database to ensure you'll have total universal control.
Biostar brings us one of the first nForce 680i SLI motherboards to make it into our labs. The TF680i SLI Deluxe comes with all the bells and whistles you'd expect from an enthusiast board and then some. Has NVIDIA pulled through with the new nForce 680i SLI? You'll have to find out inside.