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BlackBerry PlayBook Review

Aug 20, 11 BlackBerry PlayBook Review

Posted by in Featured, Laptops & Tablets, Reviews

The BlackBerry PlayBook is Research In Motion’s (RIM) first foray in the tablet world. This 7-inch tablet gained a lot of accolades when it was announced in September last year. It was an exciting new product in a tablet market full of Androids and Apples. This 7-inch tablet was recently released here in the country but it had...

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Samsung’s BluePass card makes you want to go Blu-ray

Anybody here into Blu-ray? The problem with Blu-ray here in the Philippines is that it’s expensive to own a collection. You have to shell around Php1,200 or so just for a Blu-ray title. And with the proliferation of HD torrent files and pirated DVDs, Filipinos have no reason to jump into the Blu-ray bandwagon until they see...

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What happened to the microSD slot on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1?

I see quite a number of people wondering if there’s a microSD slot on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 which would provide useful for a tablet because you can pull out your SD card if you want to add files into it rather than connecting the tablet to your PC. When we previewed the Galaxy Tab 10.1 back in May, we clearly saw a...

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Lenovo and TAYO Join Forces in Search for Young DO-ers

Lenovo has teamed up with the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO) Awards Foundation, Inc. as the latter’s exclusive technology partner for the 9th TAYO Awards. The TAYO Awards is the country’s leading annual search that aims to discover and recognize exceptional organizations of young Filipinos that have contributed to the...

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ASUS Eee Transformer gets Android 3.2 update, lets you run non-tablet apps

Well it seems that the Asus Eee Transformer is the first to get the Android 3.2 in the local market. And your next questions probably is… so? What’s nice about Android 3.2 anyway? One of the negative points I highlighted on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 review was that you cannot find and install apps and games that were made for...

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The Transcend StoreJet 25A portable hard drive can withstand your everyday shocks

Transcend recently released their latest portable drive in their StoreJet line, the StoreJet 25A and the 25A3 which features USB 3.0. These new drives boasts an attractively slender yet shock-resistant design and has a capacity of up to 1TB. Although slender and lightweight in design, the StoreJet 25A offers robust durability, with...

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Android users are introverts while iOS are extroverts

Aug 17, 11 Android users are introverts while iOS are extroverts

Posted by in Misc, Mobile

There are dozens of surveys by Hutch that generated over 80 million responses on the behavior and personalities of different types of mobile platform users. And since we all know that iOS and Android are the top two mobile OS in terms of market share, it’s interesting to learn some similarities among its users. Say for...

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Kaspersky Lab photo contest can bring you to the Monza Grand Prix

Formula One fans out there, this can be your chance to win an all-expense paid trip to see this September’s F1 Grand Prix in Monza, Italy. Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of secure content and threat management solutions, is inviting all Ferrari fans to join in its global contest dubbed, “Get Inside the Ferrari Grand Prix” in...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy S WiFi 5.0 now available for discounted pre-orders

Samsung just announced that starting tomorrow (August 17), they will be accepting online reservations for the first shipment of their Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (Php26,990) and Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 5.0 (Php12,990). Just like the previous Galaxy S2 reservation promo, the pre-order prices are at a discount or has a freebie included....

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ASUS Eee PC 1215B Review

Aug 16, 11 ASUS Eee PC 1215B Review

Posted by in Featured, Laptops & Tablets, Reviews

Netbooks are made to address the basic needs of netizens out there. The hardware specs are made just right for browsing the net, checking emails, editing documents, listening to music, and other light stuff that you can do with a netbook. But then we also have the tablets which do pretty much the same job as a netbook. Tablets are...

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Android app Toinks lets you share your Globe load by bumping phones

Bump is an app for the iOS and Android that allows you to share contact info or in-app info simply by bumping your phones. Well Globe thought it was a cute way to transact so they created Toinks using the same technology. With Toinks (don’t mind the crude probably MS Paint-made UI), you can share your Globe load from your...

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Dell’s latest convertible tablet PC, the Latitude XT3

It seems that every two years Dell, refreshes their enterprise-grade convertible tablet PC. It started with the Latitude XT back in 2007 and here now is the third iteration, the Latitude XT3. Seems like there’s still a market for these types of laptops. Dell is pushing the Latitude XT3 to non desk-bound workers, such as...

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