Ian Bell

Ian Bell

I work with the best people in the world and get paid to play with gadgets. What's not to like?

Nintendo to launch new console in China

Nintendo is set to become the first of the current platform holders to launch a games system in China, with a new console sporting strong anti-piracy systems.

Siemens mobile launches the great value A60

Offering a color screen, triband technology and polyphonic ring tones at an affordable price, the A60 is a handset for those who want to inject color into their communication.

Nokia 7600 cameraphone released

Compact camera phone offers fresh shape to creative lifestyle using latest technologies.

Logitech launches 6 new speaker systems

Logitech today announced a new line-up of multimedia speakers: six different systems that bring a variety of options to a wide range of sound enthusiasts.

America Online debuts gaming service

America Online today announced the creation of a new instant messaging gaming service for their AOL Instant Messenger product.

New BenQ Smartphone OMAP

New BenQ Smartphone Will include a Texas Instruments OMAP processor and GSM/GPRS wireless technology for superior application performance and high-speed connectivity.

Athlon 64 Vs. Pentium 4

AMD's Athlon 64 and Athlon 64 FX Vs. Intel's Pentium 4 Extreme Edition. HardOCP showcases the latest CPUs from AMD and Intel and take a look at what they will deliver.

Samsung SyncMaster 172MP review

Monkey Review reviews the Samsung SyncMaster 172MP 17" LCD monitor.

Casio Exilim EX-Z3 digital camera review

Accelenation reviews Casio's trendy and small Exilim EX-Z3 digital camera.

Sony to sell tiny digital tuner chip

Sony Corp said on Wednesday it planned to ship in December samples of a mini digital broadcast tuner module that would enable mobile phones to act as televisions.

Intel sees laptops running all day long

Intel Corp., expects that in just a few years laptops will run for a full day on a single battery charge, thanks to improvements to its new Centrino chip.

Siemens SX1 delayed

The expected availability of Siemens' first smartphone to be based on Nokia's Series 60 platform, the SX1, has been pushed back.