The decision to send four editors to MWC this year meant that Anand, Brian, Joshua and I were thrust deep in the heart of Barcelona for the best part of the week, surrounded by the companies that shape the mobile industry. Despite my several previous trips to Computex, for Joshua and I this was our first public event in the mobile industry with all these companies in one location, and I wanted to jot down a few of my thoughts on one of the largest instances of business-to-business agglomeration in the technology industry.
On the face of it, MWC sounds large. The cited number of individuals at the event (business, press and other) is in the region of 75,000, and the benefit to...
We take a quick look at a few motherboards that are currently in our test labs.
Gary Key on 5/3/2007
Intel unveils details about its 2008 Centrino platform as well as a new class of low powered microprocessors aimed at UMPCs.
Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/17/2007
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Johan De Gelas on 3/29/2007
We provide a brief update on two multimedia products we are currently testing.
Gary Key on 2/13/2007
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Gary Key on 1/24/2007
In this CES 2007 article we take a look at motherboard and memory developments along with a few other items of interest.
Gary Key on 1/17/2007
The PC industry has been changing for years, here's a peak at what's to come with IPTV, the iPhone and AMD's new form factor as indicators.
Anand Lal Shimpi & Manveer Wasson on 1/16/2007
We take a look at some of the most interesting product developments and a few new releases at CES 2007.
Gary Key on 1/12/2007
We finish coverage from our pre-CES tour of Taiwan with a look at upcoming products from abit, Albatron, ASUS, Compro, DFI, Gigabyte, and Shuttle.
Gary Key on 12/12/2006
Why wait for CES when you can simply head over to Taiwan and visit with the manufacturers directly? We shipped Gary off to gather the latest news from overseas.
Gary Key and Jarred Walton on 12/7/2006
We take a quick look at some upcoming motherboards and other products that are currently in our test labs.
Gary Key on 12/3/2006
We take another look at upcoming product reviews for the 2006 holiday season.
Gary Key on 11/28/2006
We take a look at upcoming product reviews for the 2006 holiday season.
Gary Key on 11/22/2006
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Jarred Walton on 11/7/2006
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Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/28/2006
Pat Gelsinger announced Intel's new SSE4 instructions and a competitor to AMD's Torrenza platform.
Anand Shimpi & Virginia Lee on 9/27/2006
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Anand Shimpi & Cara Hamm on 9/27/2006
We conclude our Computex 2006 coverage with a look at some storage devices, cooling components, and a few other odds and ends.
Gary Key on 6/17/2006
Computex may be over, but for those of you that like seeing some of the upcoming products, we've got more coverage of the motherboard and notebook sectors.
Gary Key on 6/15/2006
There was lots to see at Computex 2006, and after two articles we've only scratched the surface. We'll continue our coverage with a look at some of the...
Gary Key on 6/12/2006