Apple did it first, attempting to lure Windows users to the Mac platform. Then PC users started seeing a wave of personalization from HP that made them the best-selling PC maker for 2007, even overtaking 2006 leader, Dell. How did HP do it and is this a sign of the future? We take a look.
HTC ushers in the year 2008 with not one, but two of its newest products. Firstly, we have the third member of the HTC Touch family, the HTC Touch Cruise, and then we've got their latest mobile computing platform, the HTC Shift making a debut too. Check out our initial impressions inside.
The GeForce 8800 GT is probably one of the most recognizable graphics chipset available now and with both 256MB and 512MB variants, it's set to become even more so. Read on as we check out one of the newer 256MB models, an overclocked version from MSI.
The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet should appeal to a niche group of consumers who do not mind having two mobile devices.
With CES behind us and Macworld 2008 upon us this week, the biggest buzz would be Apple CEO Steve Jobs' unveiling on what is believed to be the world's thinnest notebook - the MacBook Air. We got up close and personal with this cool new gizmo as well as other updates, so read on!
In this episode of our CES updates, we cover new technologies and showcases from Intel, DeviceVM, Kodak, Nokia, Lexar, Linksys, Sling Media and Transcend.
In our final installment of our CES 2008 coverage, we have a special focus on consumer electronics on the evolving home entertainment market and the many products from Sony, Samsung, LG and more that are raising the bar of technology. Don't miss this exciting finale to our CES 2008 series!
Retailing at S$838, the LG Viewty has the edge over the competition in terms of performance in imaging, video and even in terms of looks and design, even if the user interface takes a little getting used to.
More exciting new gadgets and technologies straight from the show floors of CES, as we continue our coverage of booths belonging to aigo, AMD, Arctic Cooling, ASUS, Brother, dmedia and HP.
The new Samsung F200 is a mobile phone hidden within a small candy bar form factor that's more appropriate for a MP3 player.