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Nintendo brings the tablet to the Wii

This pretty much seals it. 2011 is definitely the Year of the Tablet. Tablets are popping up left and right and consumers are finally getting warm to the idea of owning one. Recently, the tablet also made its way to gaming console in the form of the Nintendo Wii U. As a console by itself, the Nintendo Wii U looks just like the...

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Creative launched wireless audio solution

Jun 09, 11 Creative launched wireless audio solution

Posted by in Audio & Video, Gadgets

Last night, Creative the maker of SoundBlaster launched their wireless audio solution. Designed for home audio system, the company challenged the traditional wired audio setup by bringing portability, convenience and multi-application. They call their technology PureWireless. Three product lines were introduced – from...

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IPv4 is running out, time for IPv6

Did you know that today is World IPv6 Day? It’s a 24-hour global-scale trial of the next generation Internet Protocol organized by the Internet Society and Globe Telecoms join Google, Facebook, Yahoo!, Akamai, Limelight Networks and other global organization in an effort to accelerate IPv6 deployment around the world. IPv4...

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EA’s The Sims to land in Facebook, watch out Zynga

Who here doesn’t love The Sims? Those funny yellow family with the mischievous kid… oh wait, that’s The Simpsons. Anyway, who doesn’t know The Sims? It’s the best-selling PC game in history from Electronic Arts which started back in 2000 that spun a lot of expansions, sequels and spin-offs. Now the...

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iOS 5 successfully jailbroken

Well would you look at that. It seems that Apple wasn’t able to patch the hole from the iOS 4.3 making the recently announced iOS 5 still jailbrekable. Using the iOS 5 available to developers, MuscleNerd of the iPhone Dev Team has posted pictures on his twitter account confirming the current jailbreak works fine on iOS 5,...

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Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 Notebook Review

Jun 07, 11 Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 Notebook Review

Posted by in Featured, Laptops & Tablets, Reviews

The Lenovo IdeaPad in the simplest sense is a processor upgrade of the IdeaPad Z360 of last year. It now sports Intel’s 2nd generation Core processor and Lenovo’s tight integration with Windows 7 dubbed “Enhanced Experience 2.0”. The IdeaPad Z-series notebook is still geared for those looking for a combination of mobility and style...

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The Sony NGP officially known as PlayStation Vita will start at $249

Remember the Sony NGP? Sony’s next-generation portable gaming device entertainment system? It’s now officially called the PlayStation Vita or PS Vita and will start shipping late this year for $249 for the WiFi model and $299 for the 3G/WiFi model. Not bad right? To give you a refresher, the PS Vita incorporates a 5-inch (960 x...

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What’s new with the Apple iOS5?

Over at Apple’s WWDC 2011, the iOS5 is finally revealed with a lot of exciting features. Here are the hottest among the bunch which will make you screw waiting for a jailbreak and go with the iOS5 instead. Notification Center There’s now a Notification Center that will aggregate all your apps’ notifications. By swiping from...

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ASUS UX21 is the more affordable MacBook Air

During Computex 2011, ASUS also unveiled their own version of the MacBook Air, the UX21. If MacOS is not your cup of tea, and if the black MacBook Air from Samsung just won’t fit your budget no matter how you compute it, then the next best thing is this ASUS UX21. The ASUS UX21 is an ultra-thin 11-inch laptop that is...

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Lenovo’s Back-to-School Mall Tours gives you discounts and freebies

It’s the start of the classes once again and Lenovo is having a Back-to-School Mall Tour on selected SM malls nationwide. Get exclusive discounts on Lenovo notebooks and desktop PCs as well as a chance to win a Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 or Transformers 3 movie tickets with every purchase. Select Lenovo PCs available at...

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What’s the difference between Sleep and Hibernate?

This is really old but I still get questions regarding these two Windows state especially from first-time laptop owners. Do you know what’s the difference between Sleep and Hibernate mode? When to use Sleep, Hibernate or plain old Shutdown? Sleep is a power-saving state which stores your current work state into memory and...

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LG Optimus 7 is only the third Windows Phone 7 in the country

Jun 04, 11 LG Optimus 7 is only the third Windows Phone 7 in the country

Posted by in Mobile, Tech News

With the way things are going, it’s no wonder why a lot of Filipinos are still hesitant into trying out a Windows Phone. We only have three Windows 7 phones available in the country. One is the HTC Mozart launched last December, the HTC HD7 afterwards, and then LG’s Optimus 7 which was made available to Smart...

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