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Sony’s Tablet S dares to be different

Sony’s own Android tablet, the Tablet S,  which was also known as S1 when we heard of it last April, was officially unveiled during Sony’s conference at IFA 2011. This tablet sports a wedge-like design unlike the usual flat, rectangular slab of slates available right now. When holding it in portrait mode, it feels like...

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Razer BlackWidow mechanical keyboard goes ninja with Stealth Edition

We reviewed the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate gaming keyboard a month ago where our guy couldn’t get over the awesome tactile feedback a mechanical keyboard presents. But you know what’s not awesome with mechanical keyboards? The clackety clack. In the long run, it will be something you hope you can eliminate to avoid letting your...

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Samsung introduces ChatON for cross-platform messaging

It seems that there’s still room for another cross-platform messaging app as Samsung unveils ChatON. If RIM has BlackBerry Messaging and Apple has iMessage for its iOS 5 devices, Samsung will have its own messaging app called ChatON. ChatON is Samsung’s global mobile communication service that works across all major...

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Nokia 700 claims to be the smallest smartphone in the world

One of the first Nokia phones that will be sporting the Symbian Belle OS is the Nokia 700 which claims to be the most compact smartphone in the market. If you’re thinking the honor goes to Sony Ericsson X10 Mini which feels small in your hand but it’s not in terms of volume, it’s a bit on the thick side. The Nokia 700 is...

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IBM Philippines wins Bronze Award for CSR Leadership

IBM won the Bronze Award for CSR Leadership in the recently concluded 2011 Global CSR Awards, Asia’s most prestigious recognition awards program for corporate social responsibility, held in conjunction with The 3rd Global CSR Summit at the Marriott Hotel in Cebu City last August 11-12. The Global CSR award recognizes and...

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BlackBerry PlayBook mail client and Android player screenshots leaked

The BlackBerry PlayBook is a pretty capable tablet spec-wise but it still has glaring issues that’s been plaguing the sales since it first came out. One is that there’s no way to integrate your online calendar, mails, and contacts not unless the source is from a BlackBerry phone. Then the second one is simply the lack of apps. RIM...

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Asus Eee PC X101H review, making a case for MeeGo

Aug 28, 11 Asus Eee PC X101H review, making a case for MeeGo

Posted by in Featured, Laptops & Tablets, Reviews

When the first Asus Eee PC showed up in 2007, a lot of people were a bit skeptic whether small laptops would catch on. Well it did. It gave birth to netbooks which spurned a whole new market in the world of computing essentially making laptops more accessible to a lot of people. Asus is not done yet and now they’re bringing...

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Nokia Create 4 Millions global contest now with local opportunities

Are you a Java developer? Do you develop apps or games for Nokia’s Series 40 platform? Nokia is inviting app developers around the world to participate in “Create 4 Millions” to showcase their apps and games for Nokia’s Series 40 mobile phones. Create for Millions also provides you an opportunity to bring Java and web apps to...

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Deciphering the letters on the new Samsung Galaxy phones

Samsung has a lot of Android phones which is their Galaxy line. Off my head there’s the S, SII, SL, Ace, Fit, Pro, Mini, 5 and the 551 slider phone. Unless you really keep track of these Galaxy phones, you won’t be able to understand which phone is suited to what market. Moving forward, Samsung introduced a new naming...

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Smart intros own mobile browser powered by Opera Mini

Smart Communications partners with Opera mini browser to bring us a customized version of the small and speedy mobile web browser. Smart claims that more than 3,000 devices will benefit from this upgrade, from basic feature phones to high-end smartphones as well as tablet. The Opera Mini browser has built a reputation for its...

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Blogger? Lenovo wants you to rap your way to P30,000

If you’re a Metro Manila blogger and you’re got mad skills or at least some interest in joining a rap contest, Lenovo Philippines is issuing you a challenge to rap your way to P30,000. Interested? All you need to do is create a rap song in English with Lenovo’s theme “For Those Who Do”. It’s about people who live for the...

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Globe unveils own cloud service offering, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Cloud computing seems to be the trend of the future and Globe Telecom won’t be left behind as they introduced its latest suite of cloud computing services calling it Globe Infrastructure as a Service or IaaS. With this offering, Globe is now providing Cloud Solutions to enterprise customers whose telco needs continue to...

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