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Heart Warming Deals on laptops from ASUS

Apologies if this is a bit late but if you’re still planning to buy a Valentine’s gift for your girl and you’re the generous type, why not take advantage of these laptop deals from ASUS? Actually, these are just the same price slash from early this year save for the EeePC 1015PEM and the K42F-VX336 which have gotten more...

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Acer’s Search for the oldest school equipment

Feb 14, 11 Acer’s Search for the oldest school equipment

Posted by in Contest & Promos

Just want to share this program by Acer to you dear readers. This will definitely help your school if they win. ACER Philippines is giving away Php 120,000.00 worth of Digital Learning Equipment in this search for the oldest school equipment! So its time to get those camera and search for your school’s oldest equipment. Be it...

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IBM’s Watson faces Jeopardy champs today

For IBM, Valentine’s Day is not about flowers and chocolates. It’s about categories and questions as supercomputer Watson tries to beat the two greatest Jeopardy champions, Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter, at their game. Ken Jennings holds the most consecutive number of wins in Jeopardy at 74 weeks while Brad Rutter is the all-time...

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Things to do with your BlackBerry this Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, woo your Romeo or Juliet with a little help from BlackBerry apps. Get your BlackBerry in the mood and set the scene with this Love theme app. Or, if you’re not feeling the love this Valentine’s Day perhaps the Love Stinks animation app is more your style . Think you may have found the one? Save the heartbreak...

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Symbian not in the future plans of Nokia

With the alliance of Nokia and Microsoft to bring Windows Phone 7 to Nokia handsets, we initially thought that it will be developed in conjunction with their own Symbian OS. It seems that Symbian support and updates won’t be for the long haul. Nokia CEO Stephen Elop presented this slide at Nokia’s Capital Markets Day. It clearly...

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WD TV Live Hub review

Feb 12, 11 WD TV Live Hub review

Posted by in Audio & Video, Featured, Reviews

The WD TV Live Hub is the top of the line media player from Western Digital. This Full HD-capable media player is a compromise between power and affordability. The device we evaluated has an internal capacity of one terabyte, recognizes just about all media formats and will play all but the largest media files – I ran a 12 GB...

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Nokia goes with Windows Phone as smartphone OS of choice

A couple of days ago, there was a leaked internal memo from Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop, saying that the company has fallen behind in the mobile phone competition. Symbian could just not compete with the iOS and Android and thus, the need to rethink their strategy to reclaim their spot on top of the chain. Today, Nokia announced their...

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IBM a century later, looking back at 100 years

This coming June 16, IBM will be celebrating its 100th year milestone as a corporation. Yes, it’s already a century since IBM started making lives easier through the use of innovative technology. Here in the Philippines, they are a year away from celebrating 75 years. Interested in some IBM facts other than the meaning of IBM? In...

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7 things to consider before getting a Windows Phone 7 handset

Feb 10, 11 7 things to consider before getting a Windows Phone 7 handset

Posted by in Featured, From the editor, Mobile

When I first laid my hands on the HTC Mozart which is a phone running on WP7, I was really impressed with how the user interface looks and feels. It doesn’t feel like Windows Mobile at all. The tiles, the transitions, the way they integrate your social media, I think it’s a refreshing take on smartphone UI. However, digging deep...

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Laptops running Intel’s Sandy Bridge are good to go… kinda

Remember the problem with Intel’s Sandy Bridge chipset we posted almost a week ago? The support chip on the 2nd generation Intel Core processors have this design flaw that would result to degradation of your SATA ports. This problem will significantly delay the distribution of systems running on the new Sandy Bridge chipset....

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Free apps from BitDefender to celebrate Safer Internet Day

Yesterday, Feb. 8, was the 8th edition of Safer Internet Day. That’s trivia for you. And if you’re still frequently experiencing pesky problems with malwares, trojans and phishing sites, BitDefender is offering these free apps to help you. Safego Safego is a free security application to protect the profiles of Facebook users...

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3 custom games for Starcraft II now available for beta testing

I remember back in the days of Warcraft III when we got bored in playing skirmish maps, we turn to custom maps such as the many variations of tower defense maps with their mini-games as well as the ever-popular DOTA. Yes, custom games bring a different dimension to RTS gaming. Blizzard just announced three custom games they created...

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