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Price drop on select Samsung phones

Got word from Samsung that they just reduced the price of selected Samsung mobile phones. For those of you who waited to get a new phone, now maybe the right time. Check out the latest price drops. Samsung Champ – Php4,980 Php4,390 It’s the little Samsung that could. Featuring a 320 x 240 QVGA resistive touchscreen, home panels for...

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Fedex made the right move with mobile app for iPhone and BlackBerry

FedEx Express recently released a mobile app for iPhone and BlackBerry users to help its customers track, get rates and transit times, schedule a pick-up and find FedEx locations on the go. With the boom of smartphone users in the past couple of years, FedEx will allow the increasing mobile customers to instantly access information...

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New BitDefender Expert Support Program Unveiled

Enterprise customers looking for an easy and cost-effective security solution should try looking at BitDefender. Ms. Barbara Napiere, product manager of IPSYSTEMS Inc., which is the Philippine distributor of BitDefender Antivirus Software recently introduced their Expert Support Program (ESP). Made up of a team of certified...

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7 things you need to consider before buying an imitation tablet

Late last year we saw a proliferation of imitation tablet devices with names likes iPed, Eped, and Apad popping out in the grey market offering the same features as that from named brands such as Samsung, Archos, ASUS or even Cherry Mobile. It attracted a lot of people especially those who want to own a tablet device but are in a...

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My Experience at the 2011 International CES

Jan 19, 11 My Experience at the 2011 International CES

Posted by in Events, Featured, Gadgets, Personal Computing

Editors note: Hello dear readers, did you know that we had a representative at the Consumer Electronics Show 2011 in Las Vegas? His name is Kevin Hidalgo but unfortunately, PTB does not belong to the media bigwigs so he was only able to gain access during the weekend hence, the lack of live blogging. Anyway, what he have here is a...

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First Lenovo Gaming Zone opens in SM Megamall

Lenovo, in partnership with Villman Computers, recently opened its first Internet cafe and gaming hub in the Philippines located at the heart of SM Megamall Cyberzone. 54 Lenovo IdeaCentre K320s are capable to give gamers an intense, high-definition, high-specification gaming experience. Michael Ngan, Country Manager, Home and...

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Globe introduces Tablet Plan, no different from Tattoo

Expecting an influx of non-iPad tablets in the near future, Globe introduced their Tablet Plan that would cater to tablet users who wishes to use their 3G-capable tablet for surfing. These plans come in both prepaid and postpaid but looking closely, they’re no different from the current ones available to Tattoo mobile broadband...

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Divoom brings you funky-looking speakers

Have you heard of a speaker brand called Divoom? Neither have we until recently. From the looks of the product brochure given to us, they seem to take the popular X-mini hamburger speaker to the next level with more colorful and funky-looking designs. If you’re looking for portable, casual speakers that would go with your iPod or...

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iPad 2 won’t land on February, SD slot confirmed

Despite earlier prediction from various tech sites including Digg founder Kevin Rose that the next generation iPad will be released in February 2011, reports from more accurate sources says that it will land around April which is the same time the first iPad was released. Another confirmed prediction based on new iPad cases popping...

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Huawei E5, to buy or not to buy?

Jan 15, 11 Huawei E5, to buy or not to buy?

Posted by in Featured, Gadgets, Reviews, Wireless Technology

The Huawei E5 (E5836) MiFi is a portable pocket router where you can share your mobile broadband connection wirelessly anywhere you go, as long as there is a signal that is. You can use it to share internet up to 5 devices like an iPad or an iPod Touch, a mobile phone with WiFi capability and you can even hook your wireless printer...

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RIM launches Dev Tools for BlackBerry Tablet and Smartphone

Interested in developing apps for the BlackBerry? Research In Motion (RIM) today launched the beta version of the BlackBerry WebWorks™ SDK for Tablet OS and new services and developer tools for BlackBerry smartphones at BlackBerry DEVCON Asia in Indonesia. BlackBerry WebWorks SDK for Tablet OS Based on robust web standards and...

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Year-starter Promos from ASUS

If you’re still in the hunt for laptops to start the year, check out these deals from ASUS. (click on the images for a bigger size) ASUS K42 series Get up to Php4,000 off when you buy select K42JC models while get Php1,000 off when you buy K42N and K42F series notebooks. ASUS N43JH and ASUS N5JC Customers who buy ASUS N43JH and...

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