While browsing through motherboards at Computex, several manufacturers were quick to tell us some details about the recently released dual-core Phenom II CPUs from AMD.
There are always an endless selection of accessories at Computex, it's sometimes difficult to weed through all the devices.
It's always good and fun to have the latest hardware, especially when it comes to graphics. But what if you're on an aging AGP system?
Greentech, power saving, saving the Earth, utilizing less resources--power saving features are an important feature to have these days, on any product.
Computex is a show about everything computing, and then some. If you manage to make it to the show, you'll find a host of companies showing off PC chassis of various sizes and configurations.
The IT industry is full of buzzwords, most notably in the mobile space. We've got laptops, notebooks, ultra-portables, netbooks, MIDs, and more acronyms than you can shake a stick at.
Hitachi today demonstrated what it said will bring prices of LCD panels down significantly, while bringing quality up: hot cathode fluorescent lamps, or HCFL.
One of the few interesting end-user cooling devices we've come across on the show floor so far is Zalman's CNPS10X CPU cooler.
This week Nvidia held a press event here at Computex in order to show off its technology and talk about its direction for future technology.
Traveling to Taiwan for Computex usually yields a lot of components, future launches, and lots of random hardware.
Intel's Core i7 is one of the most innovative CPU releases to date. It's fast, efficient, and cutting edge. The thing about cutting edge though, is that you'll often pay a premium to gain access.
Things tend to break down eventually. Even high-quality products eventually break down. It doesn't happen all the time, but when it does, it's a pain.
When you're using a computer, it's a whole different world than when you're working with computers at a system administrator level.
When you have more than one computer and you're traveling, it helps to be able to access all your machines remotely.
When there's a major Windows release, users and companies face two major problems: software compatibility, and hardware compatibility.
Technology and those that exist within the ecosystem evolve and multiply on a daily basis. Something that was cutting edge today, may be nothing more than an afterthought tomorrow.