Although Computex is the big trade show for IT related products in Taiwan, it’s far from the only show during the year and this week it’s Display Taiwan, a show that focuses on display panels and everything related. The show is a pure industry tradeshow and much of what’s on display has to do
Are you willing to entrust huge corporations with your private data under the guise of "cloud computing", a technology which supposedly claims to bring greater convenience to users by storing their data and files in online servers so that they can be retrieved anytime and anywhere? If your answer to that question is 'no', fret
If you're looking for good deals on new laptops, tablets, cameras or anything else technology-related, you will be pleased to know that the annual PC Show is back once again at Suntec City Convention Centre. The show is on from 9 to 12 June, from 12pm to 9pm daily. To whet your technological desires, we've
Apple announced some new groundbreaking features that will be coming to us later this year during its annual World Wide Developers' Conference at Moscone West, San Francisco this morning. With iOS 5, iCloud and Mac OS X Lion, it might just convince you to get an Apple product. Read on to find out more
After five eventful days of showcasing the latest technological advanvements in the field of infocommunication technology, the world's second largest such trade show, also known as Computex, has finally come to an end. And like how most major events are, TAITRA has organized a press conference at Hall 1 of the Taipei World Trade Center,
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Think you had seen all of the lovely girls over at this year's Computex? Think again: what you seen from the previous posts were only those from the Nangang exhibition hall. And without futher ado, we present to you our third installation of the booth babes of Computex 2011, straight from Hall 1 of the Taipei
Many OEMs and companies love to boast about how the era of the desktop PC is close to an end, especially now that the new breed of mobile computing devices like smartphones and tablets are set to replace the desktop as the online tool of choice. But merely having the device is not good
What's new in the Memory, Storage and SSD segment today at Computex 2011? Read on to find out more!
Let's see what we've gotten for you about Mobile, Laptop, and Tablet at Day 2 of Computex Taipei 2011.
Good old VIA Technologies Inc. While most older hardware enthusiasts will probably have some memories of the company, the same usually cannot be said of the younger generation of this particular group of people, many of whom are probably not even aware of the fact that there exists a third developer of x86 chips besides
Broadcom has unveiled a wide range of upcoming products for the mobile market in its booth located at the Taipei International Convention Center. Read on to find out more about the company's line of wireless chipsets and SoCs that may soon find their way into your smartphones or tablet devices.
Today, we head over to the Taipei International Convention Centre, which is home to the booths of what TAITRA calls its "stellar exhibitors". And first up on our list of stellar exhibitors to stake out is EDIMAX, which has quite a number of new networking products designed to make the wireless connectivity in digital living
With high-speed wireless internet connectivity fast moving up the rungs from a luxury to a basic neccessity these days, it was only a matter of time before a company would attempt to one-up the industry by introducing the first known wireless communication device that boasts data transfer speeds capable of putting the existing 802.11n's rate
Believe it or not, but Hall 1 of the Taipei World Trade Center or TWTC is usually a haven for seeking out network communication devices. As such, it should be no surprise that TP-Link has decided to set up its booth at this particular hall to showcase its latest wireless networking products. Let's take a
Vantec is all about expansion cards, PSUs and CPU coolers right? Well, not at Hall 1 of the Taipei World Trade Centre they aren't; apparently, the US-based designer and manufacturer of thermal products and computer peripherals does not have any new or updated versions of the aforementioned products available for the enthusiast market this year. So
Unlike most component manufacturers, GIGABYTE has opted to host its booth at Hall 1 of the Taiwan World Trade Centre, an area which is usually centered more on enterprise solutions as opposed to the more enthusiast-oriented Nangang. However, available at its booth are a wide range of familiar hardware which enthusiasts have come to know
Well, well, well, it seems like the race to provide the hardware needed to take tablets and smartphone processing today has just got a little more heated. Apparently not satisfied with the success of the Tegra 2 System-on-a-chip, NVIDIA decided to up the ante by demonstrating the power of its upcoming Tegra 3 SoC at
Winners of the "ASUS Overclocking Showdown!" Competition will walk away with high end graphics card from ASUS such as the GTX 580 DirectCu II, GTX 570 DirectCu II and HD 6970 DirectCu II. Read on.
ASUS held a Power User Gathering for enthusiasts last Saturday, 21 May. Motherboard specialist Jack Cheng flew all the way from Taiwan to provide first-hand answers to enthusiasts' queries. Three lucky participants even got to walk away with a ASUS P8Z68-V PRO motherboard each! Pictures after the jump.