Are you the type that can't get to sleep without music? Or perhaps you are a heavy sleeper with problems getting up in the morning? The Memorex iWakeUp clock radio for iPod promises to help
Lenovo's original ThinkPad T400 was a chunky notebook that was much loved by its users. Its successor, the ThinkPad T400s sheds the bulk but still packs in a heck of a punch. We find out more in our exclusive online coverage.
When notebook makers form a working liaison with automobile designers, you can usually expect a product with a degree of class. HP has done it with BMW, and it's now up to Acer to impress with its own alliance. Using their Gateway branding, the company tagged with Italian car designer Pininfarina to produce the stylish ID58 notebook. Let's zoom in.
The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic will be known for its slim and compact form factor that might make it a popular choice amongst the music lovers.
Announced earlier this week at the Nokia Connections 2009 (just before CommunicAsia) was the spanking new Nokia E72, the successor to the popular Nokia E71. Thanks to the folks at Nokia, here's a quick preview of the Nokia E72, albeit in prototype form.
If you hate being distracted while driving, or if you drive a manual transmission car, the BlueAnt S1 Bluetooth handsfree kit could be a lifesaver.
It was just a matter of time before Radeon HD 4890 cards with custom coolers started popping up. And today, we take a look at PowerColor's version with its unique Professional Cooling System tuned by ZEROtherm. Factory-overclocked to nearly 1GHz, we see if it has what it takes to do battle with offerings from NVIDIA.
To end off CommunicAsia 2009 with a big bang, we present to thee, all the ladies that smiled for our cameras for the week, and some of the more exciting highlights of this year's trade show. Here's looking at you, babe - the ladies and video highlights of CommunicAsia 2009!
In our continuing CommunicAsia 2009 coverage, we bring more exciting news from Sony Ericsson when they held their Asia Pacific event which saw the unveiling of its 12.1-megapixel camera phone, the Sony Ericsson Satio, a multimedia-centric device, the Sony Ericsson Yari and a gaming-centric device, the Sony Ericsson Aino.
Samsung's mobile phone strategy has always been about innovation and design. With the proliferation of touchscreen devices in recent months, it's clear to all that the future lies in the human touch.