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With the latest processor, an aluminum unibody and a host of features like BlinkFeed, BoomSound and Zoe, the HTC One makes a strong contender as the top dog in the yard. We run it through its paces to see if it is actually worthy of being declared the best Android smartphone in the market right now.
BioShock Infinite takes to the sky and into the 1912 floating city of Columbia. Find out if the highly-anticipated follow-up to the BioShock franchise is worth the wait in our PC review.
Building an Intel-powered PC begins by selecting a great motherboard. The ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe may just be the motherboard that you're looking for.
The last day of GTC 2013 was all about stunning automobiles that have adopted NVIDIA's Tegra technology to power their infotainment system and also how NVIDIA's GPU and computing capabilities have helped in designing newer and even more impressive vehicles.
The new AMD Radeon HD 7790 bridges the mid-range gap between the Radeon HD 7770 and Radeon HD 7850 cards. The Radeon HD 7790 utilizes a completely new GCN (Graphics Core Next) 28nm GPU, codenamed Bonaire. Here's our thoughts on the card as well as two custom models from ASUS and Sapphire.
Day 3 of NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference brings about a very interesting keynote and a hands-on session with technology that would make every gamer jealous.
Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO and Co-Founder of NVIDIA shares the company's game plan for the years ahead, as well as showcases some very jaw-dropping innovation that left everyone clamoring for more details.
Samsung finally launched the fourth-generation GALAXY S smartphone at its New York City event, where we had a hands-on session with Samsung's flagship smartphone. Hit the link to find out our initial impressions of the Samsung GALAXY S 4.
As Nikon's answer to the FUJIFILM X100S and Sony Cyber-shot RX1, the COOLPIX A arrives with a fixed 28mm equivalent f/2.8 lens and 16MP APS-C sensor. But does it have what it takes to win over the niche but demanding enthusiast? Here's our first look at Nikon's new advanced compact.
Featuring a 25-100mm zoom with a F1.8 aperture on the wide end, the FUJIFILM XF1 is the only advanced compact to sport retro-licious rangefinder looks. Looks aside, is it a capable advanced compact camera? Find out here.