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Multiply reinvents itself as a digital shopping hub

With Facebook becoming the social networking site of choice among most Filipinos, Multiply found itself needing to change into something different yet useful. One of the major reasons why Multiply is still alive today is its healthy social marketplace and they capitalized on that by giving sellers and buyers the support they need...

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Nokia is the number one brand in the Philippines

According to a recent survey on consumer preferences conducted by Nielsen, Nokia is the Top Brand in the Philippines. Not the top brand among mobile phones but top brand overall, besting other popular brands such as Jollibee. It may have a dwindling market in North America but Nokia is still quite popular here in the Philippines....

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How to download MP3s directly to your Android device

One of the huge advantage of Android over iOS is that it does not rely on a media organizer app like iTunes. Just transfer your media files to your device or SD card and it will automatically use them for you. For non-OC people, this is a good thing. Since Android can automatically look for music stored in your device, this means...

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Smart brings you new postpaid plans for unlimited call and texting

Two new postpaid plans are being offered by Smart which allows you to call and/or text as much as you want within the telco’s network. I think this would be a perfect monthly solution for dual-sim users. Plan 299 For only P299 a month, UNLI Text Plan 299 is the perfect entry-level postpaid package for heavy texters. Not only does...

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Sony Philippines sets up another center in Davao

It seems that one Sony Centre is not enough for the overwhelming Davaoeno’s clamor for the latest consumer electronic products. Well here it is, Sony Philippines together with Metro Plaza opens its second Sony Centre branch in Davao. Located at the 3rd level of the newly opened Abreeza Mall (along JP Laurel Ave), this...

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LG does its own BlackBerry imitation with the Optimus Pro

Android smartphones are pre-dominantly full touchscreen-based but there’s still a market for devices having a portrait keyboard. Like BlackBerry or Nokia E-series users who wants to make the switch to Android. Right now, popular Android phones sporting the Blackberry-esque front QWERTY keyboard are the Samsung Galaxy Pro and...

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Razer brings back the Mouse Bungee to gamers

Back in the mid-90’s in the days of Quake when there weren’t a lot of options yet for gaming mice and keyboard, FPS players heavily rely on skill. Then the mouse bungee was created to give similarly skilled players some sort of advantage over the other. Well because getting your mouse cord snag onto something as you...

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The Samsung Central Station LED monitor helps you organize your workspace

Samsung recently introduced a monitor that will help you organize your workspace by decluttering cables and providing you with extra USB slots built-in on the monitor. The Samsung Central Station C23A750X is not just your ordinary 23″ LED monitor. It has a docking base that acts as a central hub for all your devices. Imagine...

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Learn the basics of iOS app development from Power Mac Center for FREE

Wanna learn how to develop apps or games for the iOS but don’t know where to start? Well you’re in luck because Power Mac Center is giving a seminar on the basics of iOS app development in their Greenbelt 3 branch on July 23, Saturday, 6 PM. Speaking would be Ramon “Bong” Pastor, Managing Partner of Numlock...

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TDK WR700 Headphones Review

Jul 12, 11 TDK WR700 Headphones Review

Posted by in Audio & Video, Featured, Reviews

TDK. A long-forgotten brand that reminds me of old cassette and betamax tapes. Well they’re back and interestingly, they chose to take on the audio solutions market using the brand TDK Life on Record. But not just any audio market mind you. They also have a range of premium audio solutions to match those of Bose, Sennheiser,...

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Watch out for Sony Ericsson’s Xperia ray, Xperia active and txt coming this quarter

Despite the delay of the Xperia neo due to the unfortunate events Japan went through, Sony Ericsson will continue where it left off from the Xperia arc with two new Android smartphones (on Gingerbread) and a feature phone. We got word that the new Xperia phones announced last month at the CommunicAsia 2011, the ray, active and Sony...

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Local mobile game developer releases Crazy Kite for the iOS

Zeenoh, a Philippine-based creator of mobile game applications launched its newest kid-friendly game: Crazy Kite! We already mentioned Zeenoh before when they released their first-ever iOS educational game called Numvaders back in March. Now they’re back again with another game title for kids called Crazy Kite. The game is...

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