IDF Spring 2008 is here to bring more techie goodness. We managed to have a quick run of the technology showcase floor a day before, so we thought you'd like to know what Intel has been cooking up lately. There is even a Nehalem sighting, so don't miss out.
As the demand for music phones continues to stay strong, Samsung unveils another member of its "Live Loud" series of music phones, the Samsung i450.
After a long wait, DIY enthusiasts finally get a wider spread of 45nm processors. Case in point today is the performance review of the Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 and Q9450 processors that will eventually retire the current Kentsfield quad-core processors. So read on to see how the newcomers fare.
NVIDIA continues to launch its GeForce 9 series at a steady rate. Today, it's the turn of the GeForce 9800 GTX, which is supposed to be the fastest single GPU graphics card from the company now. Does it stand up to our scrutiny?
When it comes to photography, fun should always be top on the agenda and Canon does it again by injecting the joyous element into its Canon Selphy ES2 photo printer.
The Philips Xenium 9@9k is a rather simple and niche product for consumers who value the importance of long talk duration and eschew the advanced features found on modern mobiles.
With screen real estate getting larger and prices ever declining, is now the time to get your hands on the affordable BenQ G2400W? To answer that question, we put this slim and modest looking 24-inch monitor through our tests and give you our verdict.
Music lovers who wish to have a chic mobile device that doubles as a music player and a mobile phone will find it all in Sony Ericsson's W890i.
The Samsung T10 player seperates itself from the crowd with custom and animated GUIs, great design and powerful audio performance. Full review after the jump.
There are times when you can tell the manufacturer of a casing with a single glance and the Lian Li PC-A77 just happens to be one. From its light but sturdy chassis to its sleek minimalistic design, this PC-A77 strikes us as having all the right moves.