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Sony Handycam DCR-SX65 Review

May 19, 11 Sony Handycam DCR-SX65 Review

Posted by in Featured, Imaging & Photography, Reviews

I was hesitant at first when I was offered to do a review of the Sony Handycam DCR-SX65. First of all, I knew nothing about video cameras. As a photography nut, I was never really a fan of video cameras because growing up, I just found it so bulky and required so much time and effort to go take videos, replay them and edit them....

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BlackBerry Travel for the frequent travelers out there

May 19, 11 BlackBerry Travel for the frequent travelers out there

Posted by in Mobile

The ultimate travel app for Filipino BlackBerry users is now available in the Philippines. This new app is an all-in-one integrated tool to plan, book, manage and share travel activities quickly and easily. The BlackBerry Travel app offers convenient push notifications and seamless integration of travel itineraries and flight...

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Cherry Mobile Orbit Android phone goes on sale for Php6499 on May 19

If you’re looking for the cheapest Android phone, look no further than Cherry Mobile’s Orbit. It will retail for only Php6,499 on May 19. That’s a 50% discount and that’s for tomorrow, May 19, from 12 noon up to 9 PM at Cherry Mobile Concept Stores only. The Cherry Mobile Orbit is the first branded dual-SIM...

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Microsoft to buy Nokia rumor… not true

After acquiring Skype just last week for $8.5 billion, you would think that Microsoft is done buying companies? Now there’s a rumor going on over the web the past 48 hours about Microsoft buying Nokia’s phone division. According to a well-connected Russian blogger, Eldar Murtazin, negotiations are starting between Nokia...

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Seagate unveils world’s first hard drive feature 1TB per platter

Seagate, the leader in hard drives and storage solutions, today unveiled the world’s first 3.5-inch hard drive featuring 1TB of storage capacity per disk platter, breaking the 1TB areal density barrier to help meet explosive worldwide demand for digital content storage in both the home and the office. Seagate’s GoFlex Desk products...

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IBM’s “Smarter Computing” Expo showcases Watson

May 18, 11 IBM’s “Smarter Computing” Expo showcases Watson

Posted by in Tech News

At the annual Technology Conference & Expo dubbed “Smarter Computing” held at Shangri-La Makati Hotel, IBM showcased a small-scale version of their supercomputer named Watson. This computer successfully competed and won against two Jeopardy! Hall of Famers a couple of months back in an actual Jeopardy game. We...

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Samsung Galaxy S finally getting Gingerbread, as well as other Galaxy phones

Finally after a lot of delays and being stuck on Froyo for ages, Samsung is giving the still-formidable Galaxy S the Android 2.3 Gingerbread treatment. Same goes for the Galaxy Tab and other Galaxy phones such as the Ace, Gio, Fit and even the basic mini. But that’s not the complete lineup of Galaxy phones that we have in the...

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Two new Lenovo Exclusive Stores open outside the metro

As Lenovo intensifies its retail foothold in the local market, the company today announced the opening of two Lenovo Exclusive Stores (LES) in strategic areas within and outside Metro Manila. The inauguration, which also took place today at the newest LES located in SM City Calamba, marks Lenovo’s first concept store in the...

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Toshiba NB520 Netbook Review

May 17, 11 Toshiba NB520 Netbook Review

Posted by in Featured, Laptops & Tablets, Reviews

It’s quite a challenge having to pick a good netbook these days as all seem relatively similar when it comes to function, performance and not to mention the size. It then all comes down to the design and brand preference that ultimately pits you to decide on which one to have. However, Toshiba wants to make a difference with their...

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Nokia kills Ovi brand, it is only Nokia now

Hold your horses, Ovi is still around but under a different name. On an announcement made over at the Ovi blog, Nokia made the decision to change the Ovi brand into just Nokia to leverage on the value of the master brand. That’s basically it. They won’t kill the Ovi service, they will just re-brand it into simply Nokia....

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WiniLa and WiniLaCity closes down

Heard of an auction site called WiniLa? Or its deal site offspring WiniLaCity? No? Doesn’t matter because those two sites closed down after it went out of business recently. Blue Holdings which is based in Hong Kong and owns WiniLa and WiniLaCity went bankrupt recently. Its BPO partner, Funlabs Corp. which provides logistics...

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Hotmail wants you to visit X-men: First Class Stunt School in New York

Here’s a chance for you to travel to New York and witness the breathtaking performances of official X-MEN: First Class stunt coordinators by simply using Windows Live Hotmail and Microsoft Office Web Apps. This contest is open only to Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Philippine residents and one winner will be chosen per...

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