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ASUS updates its digital media player line with the O!Play HD2

Nov 10, 10 ASUS updates its digital media player line with the O!Play HD2

Posted by in Audio & Video, Gadgets

If you’re in the market for digital media players, you might want to check take a look at the ASUS O!Play HD2. It’s a huge improvement from their original O!Play which is just a digital media player that can play off media from your USB drives and network shared files. The ASUS O!Play HD2 can function as a NAS (Network-Attached...

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Samsung NF310 gets the most interesting netbook upgrade

With the introduction of Intel’s latest Atom processor, the dual-core Intel Atom N550, a lot of manufacturers refreshed their 10-inch netbook line. However, Samsung probably had the most interesting upgrade of the lot. I’m not talking about a radical design or the inclusion of a discrete graphics (although that would be cool) but...

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Huawei E5 is the better portable 3G / WiFi router

Nov 08, 10 Huawei E5 is the better portable 3G / WiFi router

Posted by in Featured, Gadgets, Mobile

I predict that pocket WiFi routers will be selling like hotcakes in the near future especially for those who want to be connected on the go while sharing the connection to friends or families at the same time. There’s the Globe MiFi and the recently launched Smart Bro Pocket WiFi but both of them are locked into their own carrier...

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Android 2.3 Gingerbread to be released on November 11?

Nov 08, 10 Android 2.3 Gingerbread to be released on November 11?

Posted by in Gadgets, Mobile, Tech News

Rumors have been circulating on the web about the release of the Android 2.3 OS a.k.a. ‘Gingerbread’ on November 11, 2010. The next version of the Android OS was previously announced earlier for a Q4 2010 launch. Initially we were thinking that Gingerbread will have the build number of 3 or will be tagged as Android 3.0...

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MiLi Power Pack Review

Nov 08, 10 MiLi Power Pack Review

Posted by in Featured, Gadgets, Mobile, Reviews

The iPhone is not known for its long battery life. My brother complains that he has to charge his iPhone daily or else risk running out of juice in the middle of the day. But what if you’re in the middle of the trip? Or you somehow forgot your iPod cable? What you need is a way to extend the battery of your device. The MiLi Power...

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LG Optimus P500 Android phone debuts at Php6.5k

LG quietly makes a big splash with their LG Optimus P500 Android 2.2 smartphone as it sets to land with a 50% discount off its Php12,990 price tag. Yup, this Froyo smartphone will go for Php6,495 once it becomes available on Nov. 13. With this move, LG will have the cheapest Android phone around. But only for a limited time only...

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BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express is free for IBM Lotus Domino

Research In Motion (RIM) recently announced the availability of BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express for IBM Lotus Domino which is a free server software that wirelessly synchronizes email, calendar, contacts, notes and tasks between BlackBerry smartphones and IBM Lotus Domino. BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express uses the same...

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Cherry Mobile Nova Review

Nov 05, 10 Cherry Mobile Nova Review

Posted by in Featured, Gadgets, Mobile, Reviews

The Cherry Mobile Nova is the first Android phone from local phone brand, Cherry Mobile, and it belongs to their Red Label collection (meaning not cheap). They’re known for affordable dual-sim phones but this time, they ventured into the world of smartphones. The Cherry Mobile Nova is not exactly expensive, it’s affordable for an...

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Lenovo’s IdeaPad Z360 and Z460 gets a refresh

The Lenovo IdeaPad Z-series is geared towards consumers who wants the latest technology on their laptop but still end up with an affordable price. True to its commitment on the Z-series, Lenovo updated their 13-inch Z360 and 14-inch Z460 to have the latest Intel Core i-series processors. The new IdeaPad Z series laptops can have up...

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Microsoft warns Internet Explorer users of vulnerability

Using Internet Explorer? Better hold off for a while as Microsoft tries to release a patch for a vulnerability in their Internet Explorer that could allow remote code execution. A new zero-day vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer 6 and 7 is being used in target attacks. In these attacks, people receive emails with a link...

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RIM announced new BlackBerry Curve 3G (9300)

Yesterday, Research in Motion (RIM) introduced the latest BlackBerry that will hit the market, the BlackBerry Curve 3G (9300). It’s not just a 3G version of the widely popular and affordable BlackBerry Curve 8520 which would be the Curve 8530, but the 9300 has a few improvements internally. I think this should be called BlackBerry...

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PTB Editor on ANC’s Future Perfect

Nov 03, 10 PTB Editor on ANC’s Future Perfect

Posted by in Announcements, Events, Interviews

This just in! I am so excited to share to you,  PTB readers that our very own editor, Calvin Lo was ANC’s Future Perfect guest tonight which aired at 7:45pm. PTB was invited by ABS-CBN to guest on ANC’s Future Perfect show hosted by Tony Velasquez to talk about affordable Android phones in the market. Calvin Lo, our EIC...

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