PlayTest, a joint tri-publication initiative of HardwareZone.com, HWM and GameAxis once again hosted a special event for its subscribers. This time the theme focused on Mobile Lifestyle and the team lined up several exclusive products for participants to have a firsthand feel, as well as pick up on the various tech trends through our presentations. If you missed the event, heres a quick video highlight clip. For the full details, tune into our article at http://www.hardwarezone.com/articles/view.php?cid=18&id=3084
As the last tech show of the year, you must be eagerly awaiting Sitex 2009 to upgrade your PC and lifestyle needs. Team HardwareZone brings you a quick overview of some of the best deals from LCD TVs, Digital Cameras, Notebooks, Netbooks, Storage, Printers and more! Read on for more show information, deals, price list downloads ands more here:- http://www.hardwarezone.com/articles/view.php?cid=18&id=3081&pg=1
HWM (HardwareMAG) Malaysia recently had its 7th Anniversary in Plaza Low Yat, Kuala Lumpur in conjunction with announcing the results of its Brand Survey Awards. The event also saw the unveiling of the digital shopping directory guide which allows shoppers to navigate through shops and areas within Plaza Low Yat itself.
Acessing your home media content couldn't have been any easier thanks to Aino's Remote Play connectivity with your home's PS3. We show you just how to do it in a jiffy.
As a follow-up to our General Session video from the BlackBerry Developers Conference, here's a compilation of interviews we did with executives from RIM and one developer from Singapore. While the General Session video gave a general overview of the sessions, this interview should give viewers a better idea of the depth and purpose of the announcements made.
Research in Motion (RIM) holds its 2nd annual developers conference in San Francisco from 9-12 November 2009. On the first day, there was a 3-hour long General Session keynote presentation by various RIM executives on new services, features and collaborations to make App World and BlackBerry services more robust and "transformative". Check out this summary video for www.hardwaremag.com's ViewPoint series.
We took the 5th gen. iPod nano for field testing to give you a firsthand understanding on just how capable is its new integrated video camera. In fact, this entire video was shot on the nano (640x480 pixel resolution, H,264), so check it out and see if it can stand up against other pocket video camera devices.
Now that Windows 7 is officially out, we couldn't resist taking a look at how Microsoft's latest OS compares with Apple's recently updated OS with the Snow Leopard release. Check out our fire-side chat with the executives in charge of the OSes for the new direction and features, as well as hands-on demo highlights of each OS in this video feature. More over at http://www.hardwarezone.com/articles/view.php?cid=30&id=3049
Apple's latest OS X update, the just released Snow Leopard, has several important updates to its OS. To give you the gist of it, we met up with Darren Sng, Senior Manager of Software Product Marketing with Apple Asia Pacific to demonstrate what Snow Leopard has to offer and why you should take up the update. With Windows 7 finally upon us, we met up with Matthew Hardman, Group Manager, Business & Marketing Organization of Microsoft Singapore to give us a hands-on overview of the top usability features to look forward to.
With Windows 7 finally upon us, we met up with Matthew Hardman, Group Manager, Business & Marketing Organization of Microsoft Singapore to give us a hands-on overview of the top usability features to look forward to.
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