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Dell helps schools go digital with their Connected Classroom solution

Dell announced last week the advancements on their Connected Classroom learning environment with a number of products and solutions. These help provide schools and teachers with the necessary technology to turn the traditional classroom into a digital one making teaching more engaging and accessible to students. In 2009, Dell...

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Alcatel Tribe One Touch 813D Review

Aug 02, 11 Alcatel Tribe One Touch 813D Review

Posted by in Featured, Mobile, Reviews

Known for their range of affordable phones, Alcatel has this Tribe One Touch 813D handset that will appeal to those wanting a dual-sim phone with a nice set of useful features. The Alcatel Tribe Touch 813D features a curved form which might appear bulky but it’s rather light, or should I say just right for its size. It has a...

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Cherry Mobile X1 Morph is a dual-sim, dual-mode phone

You might be asking, dual-mode? Hear me out first. There are people who thinks that touchscreen phones are cool but by the time they get to use it, they find it frustrating to operate after all and wants to go back to a phone with a physical keypad. The Cherry Mobile X1 Morph is made just for such indecisive people. At some point,...

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Globe PowerSurf is a mobile internet package for “spot” usage

Globe did a relaunch of their months-old PowerSurf promo days after Smart introduced their own Always On promo. Both are different but applies to the same type of people,  those who only do “spot” surfing. Checking mails then logging off. Updating Facebook status once in a while. Checking in using Foursquare. Does that...

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Java outsourcing booming, says Orange & Bronze

“We have more demand than we can accommodate,” shared Calen Legaspi, CEO of Orange & Bronze Software Labs, and Technology Director of the Philippine Software Industry Association (PSIA), in an interview during the Java 7 release party held recently at their headquarters, where over a hundred Java developers were in attendance....

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The ASUS ROG Vulcan ANC headset makes sure there are no distractions

Coming from ASUS’ Republic of Gamers brand is the pro gaming headset Vulcan ANC which is the first gaming headset to feature active-noise cancelling. The Vulcan ANC features 85% active-noise cancellations to filter out low frequency sounds like your CPU’s fan noise and 30db cancellation to reduce a wide range of ambient noise, like...

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SMART Bro taps NBA superstar Kevin Durant as endorser

When the NBA All-star went to play here last weekend, Smart Bro wasted no time in tapping 2-time NBA scoring champion Kevin Durant as their brand endorser. Way to go Smart. Durant’s as good as Derick Rose if you want a very good image to be associated to your brand. He’s shown leadership, maturity, focus, poise and determination...

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Fast facts about RIM, the makers of BlackBerry

When Nielsen released their June data on the US Smartphone Market, I was surprised to see that RIM’s BlackBerry took the number two spot of the market share (tied with HTC). I thought Samsung and HTC would be dueling it out on 2nd place but Sammy just got a 10% share for both its Android and WP7 phones. Just when a lot of people...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Review

Jul 29, 11 Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Review

Posted by in Featured, Laptops & Tablets, Reviews

In the world of tablets, the Apple iPad still reigns supreme. Samsung launched their 7-inch Galaxy Tab last year but it still not quite the tablet people think that can compete with the iPad. So what did Sammy do? They released the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for those wanting a bigger screen because 7-inch is just not fun when you’re...

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New MacBook Air now available at Power MAC Center

When we saw last year’s MacBook Airs (MBAs), we were really impressed not just with the looks but also with the performance. Looking at the latest refresh of the 11 and 13-inch MacBook Air though makes the old one seem like something you would hand over to your grandparents. We’re not talking about the design here....

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Linksys E4200, a high-tech wireless-N router for low-tech people

Jul 28, 11 Linksys E4200, a high-tech wireless-N router for low-tech people

Posted by in Personal Computing, Wireless Technology

Check out this wireless router that doesn’t look like a router at all. It’s the Linksys E4200 Maximum Performance Dual-Band N Router, a feature-rich router for your home that doesn’t require you to be a geek to set up. But those who wants more control will also be amazed with the comprehensive options that you can...

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Samsung Galaxy SII reaches 5 million mark, still not yet done

Samsung recently announced that their latest flagship phone, the dual-core Galaxy SII, just passed the turning point of 10 million global sales. It has marked the accumulated global sales of 5 million units only 85 days (on July 22) after its release. It took the Samsung Galaxy SII 40 days faster than the original Galaxy S to reach...

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