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.
The Mobile World Congress 2009 may be over, but we ain't done with it yet. Check out what we have to say about some of the key highlights from the Samsung lineup in our video coverage. And, if you're hungry for more information, check out our latest updates from the showfloor coverage (now with video)!
In our continuing coverage of the Mobile World Congress 2009, we treated ourselves to a slew of offerings from Toshiba, Sony Ericsson, HTC and LG. Check out some of the new updated devices such as the HTC Touch Diamond 2, and the first 12.1-megapixel camera phone, the Sony Ericsson Idou!
The countdown for the much awaited Mobile World Congress is finally over and we got the chance to land our feet on Barcelona soil to check out the latest handsets that will set your pulse a-racing and tug at your heart-strings. Want to see where your next month's pay-check will be going to? Here are the images of the handhelds straight off the show floor.
Samsung re-enters the notebook market in Asia with a very promising and cool looking 13.3-inch ultra-portable, the Samsung X360.
We check out a prototype of Lenovo's latest 16-incher, the IdeaPad Y650 which boasts of a very sleek and slim profile that's sure to amaze.
The new AM3 Phenom II processors have proven to be quite the competitor against Intel's offerings in the mainstream segment. Do these DDR2/DDR3 compatible CPUs get a performance boost by going DDR3? We find out what DDR3 brings to the table.