Hear our first impressions of this newly crowned winner of music phones during the recent EISA awards, the Sony Ericsson W980i Walkman Phone.
The folks at Research In Motion have upped the ante in the mobile phone competition with the introduction of their sleekest BlackBerry device to date, the Bold. Sparing you with all the cliche statements about the Bold's moniker, we'll get down to business with the full review of the newest BlackBerry device in town.
Having lost Apple's invitation in our emails for the "Let's Rock" Event in San Francisco, we had our own 'rocking' event down in Singapore when we attended the unveiling of Apple's latest products.
Samsung fans, watch out! The Samsung G400 is a clamshell model that exudes style and elegance. Could Samsung have another hit coming real soon? Check out our exclusive preview here!
Intel's next generation X58 chipset is about to hit the stores but before we get down to testing it, here's an early look at ASUS' X58 board, the P6T Deluxe.
Looking for a pair of quality speakers for your cluttered work desk? Then maybe the tiny Bose Computer MusicMonitor is the one you need. We check to see if it is worth its hefty price tag.
Extending its winning formula to the mainstream, ATI's Radeon HD 4670 is ready to wow the masses with its price and performance. We took a mildly overclocked version from PowerColor to test and here's what we found.
With all the hype that's been surrounding Google's shiny new browser (us included), it wasn't long before software giant and PC overlord Microsoft would summon us to their offices to take a look at their newest Beta 2 release of the upcoming Internet Explorer 8.
Audio Technica's QuietPoint ATH-ANC7 is the latest traveler's noise-cancelling headphone on the block, and we test it out to see if it's really as good as its name suggests.
ATI's latest Radeon HD 4870 was released a little more than two months ago, and now, we are beginning to see overclocked versions of the card entering the market. This here is PowerColor's PCS+ HD 4870 1GB GDDR5, which promises to not only run faster, but also cooler. Too good to be true? Read on to find out.