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?
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Mobile

ViewSonic Pocket PC V37

Whiningdog.net reviews the ViewSonic Pocket PC V37. Read on to see how it does.
Cool Tech

iRiver iFP-395T MP3 player review

iRiver hopes to continue with their success in the digital player arena, this time Hardware Zoom reviews the iRiver iFP-395T MP3 player.
Computing

Corsair XMS4000 Pro memory reviews

Corsairs new XMS4000 Pro memory is making waves in the computer world and we have links to the latest reviews.
Computing

AMD Athlon 64 FX-51 reviews

AMd today announced their Athlon 64FX CPU, and we have the links to first reviews on the net. More inside.
Home Theater

New Toshiba TLP-T60/T61MU projector series

Toshiba's TLP-T60/T61MU projector series features 1,500 ANSI lumens, XGA resolution and 400-to-1 contrast ratio.
Cool Tech

NetGear debuts 802.11g router/print server

NetGear is first to the small business market with security-rich wireless 802.11g firewall router with print server.
Mobile

Nvidia introduces handheld media processor

Nvidia today introduced the NVIDIA®GoForce 2150 handheld media processor.
Mobile

T-Mobile to launch Nokia’s new N-Gage

T-Mobile brings unlimited multiplayer gaming to US market with first launch of Nokia N-Gage game deck.
Apple

New cordless mouse for your laptop

Logitech introduced a cordless mouse designed for people who seek to enhance their mobile computing experience - Cordless Optical Mouse for Notebooks.
Computing

HyperThreading hits the notebook PC market

Intel Corporation today introduced the Mobile Intel® Pentium 4 processor supporting Hyper-Threading (HT) Technology for portable notebook PCs.
Computing

IBM introduces PowerPC 440EP embedded CPU

The PowerPC 440EP embedded processor is IBM's first 440-based standard product to include hardware support for floating-point operations, USB and flash interfaces on a single chip.
Home Theater

New RCA DVD +RW/+R recorder

Two new RCA products that provide consumers with greater flexibility in storing and managing digital home entertainment content are now available from Thomson.