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.
Looking to end the year with a bang, Samsung introduces the last five LCD televisions in its 2008 lineup at the appropriately named 'Party-of-Five' media event on Friday. Check out these shiny models, including an Armani/Samsung LCD TV.
Earlier, we took a look at HTC's Touch Diamond and had a ball of a time with its new TouchFlo 3D that redefined Windows Mobile navigation. Following up, will the HTC Touch Pro with its integrated QWERTY keyboard win the consumers over? We present our take for you to assess and decide.
Fujitsu's summer (well, monsoon for those in Singapore) lineup sports a new swanky looking model for the Gen Y market and an Intel Atom update to a very familiar tiny model. We check it out.
Making overclocking a simple one-click affair is a commendable goal and that is exactly what DFI plans with its Auto Boost System, now found on its new LANParty DK and Blood Iron motherboards. We take a look at this new feature via the DK P45-T2RS PLUS.
The iPAQ series has been a long running name within the Windows Mobile market. Its flagship model, the HP iPAQ 912 Business Messenger, is back in business.
You may have heard the news (or read the article from Google's blog), but here it is, straight from the horse's mouth as we paid Google a visit for their launch of their new browser: the Google Chrome.