Top 5 Android Games you may have not heard about

The Android Market has hundreds, if not thousands of great casual and hardcore games. Ranging from ShadowGun to Fruit Ninja, or even the likes of Robot Unicorn Attack. But with such amount of games in the market, it is undoubtedly easy to miss some lesser-known games; but they are in fact just as great as ShadowGun and the likes....

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Instagram for Android now available for download

For close to two years, iOS users are the only ones enjoying Instagram, an easy to use photo capturing, editing, and sharing app deeply integrated to popular social networks out there. That’s going to change as Instagram finally made its way to Google Play (previously Android Market) freely available for download to Android users...

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Samsung Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich update finally hits the Philippines

Last week Samsung released the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for their Galaxy S2 phone which first arrived in some European countries as well as South Korea. If you were out over the weekend, you’ll be glad to know that the update for Philippines has finally arrived. Some Filipino Galaxy S2 owners are enjoying the overall...

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Top 5 top tech trends for 2012 in the Philippines

It’s the start of the year and you might be wondering what’s in store for us from the IT industry in 2012. Will there be a new breed of computing device that will change how we perceive computers? Like the netbooks a few years ago or tablets last year? What will the mobile phone industry look like this coming year?  Allow us...

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Samsung Galaxy Note and SII will get Android 4.0 update in Q1 of 2012

Good news to those of you who owns a Samsung Galaxy Note or a Samsung Galaxy SII, Samsung Electronics just announced that these two devices will be the first to get the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update in the first quarter of 2012. Aside from new features, Android 4.0 was  made to further enhance and optimize the performance...

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ClickTheCity mobile app lets you order from your iOS or Android device

In its effort to consistently be up to date with the newest technological trends, ClickTheCity, the Philippines’ definitive online entertainment and lifestyle guide has rolled out the latest update to its Lifestyle App. Dedicated to both iOS and Android devices, ClickTheCity’s Mobile Ordering lets you order your...

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Google gives you 10 popular Android apps for 10 cents for 10 days

To celebrate the surpassing of the 10 billionth app download in the Android Market, Google is bringing down the price of 10 premium apps/games per day for 10 days to just 10 cents. Usually the price of these apps range from P50 – P300 and at just 10 cents the price would be around P4.50 (P4.33 to be exact) only! Here are the 10...

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Top 7 features of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

Oct 20, 11 Top 7 features of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

Posted by in Mobile, Tech News

Google just released a major upgrade of their Android OS. Version 4.0, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich, is full of updates and is known to be the beginning of a device-agnostic Android OS, meaning it will translate well on smartphones as well as tablets or even PCs in the future. There are quite a number of feature updates here but...

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Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) brings you screen capture functionality

I know a lot of people wants to take screenies of their Android phone. As a phone reviewer or somebody who writes Android guides, the ability to take screenshots on a phone is something that we would often need. Previously, the only way to take screenshots on an Android phone is install the SDK and tether the phone to your machine...

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Skype for Android adds more devices to the list that supports video calls

Sep 29, 11 Skype for Android adds more devices to the list that supports video calls

Posted by in Mobile

Well this is news for me. Whenever I try video-calling via Skype on a new Android phone or tablet and couldn’t get it to run, I blame it on the device. Like on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. It turns out that the primary culprit is Skype for Android and not the device at all. Skype is readily available for Android 2.2 devices...

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