Now that the Samsung Galaxy S IV has been officially unveiled, specifications and all, let's take a look at how it fares against the competition from HTC, Sony, LG, Apple and Nokia.
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It's time for another spec shootout, and this time we're comparing two of the latest devices announced at CES 2012 (the Nokia Lumia 900 and HTC Titan II) with their predecessors (Lumia 800 and Titan)
Nokia has today announced their brand new Windows Phones, and we compare the specifications to several other WP7 Mango devices on the market
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While Nvidia's latest GPU isn't quite as speedy as their super high-end 8800 GTX and 8800 Ultra cards, it gives up only a little performance for most users. Toss in a svelte, single-slot package and...
TV Tuners for the PC have existed for a long time but with the ever increasing popularity of TiVo-like services and the possibility of replicating such features on your Windows PC with little effort and...
Just received this interesting read in an email from TweakTown, enjoy!"What will be going on your Christmas wish list to send to Santa Claus in the North Pole this year - ATI Radeon X700PRO or...
AMD got the attention of Microsoft with their 64-bit Athlon 64/Opteron platform, and it was enough attention to warrant a new OS port to x86-64. Just weeks ago AMD scored another victory, with Intel announcing...