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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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The Nokia 600, loudest entertainment smartphone yet

Aug 25, 11 The Nokia 600, loudest entertainment smartphone yet

Posted by in Featured, Mobile, Tech News

Along with the announcement of Symbian Belle, Nokia also unveiled three new smartphones that has the said OS. One of which is the Nokia 600 which is geared towards music lovers and features an exceptionally strong set of speakers. This entertainment smartphone boasts of really loud speakers rated at a window-rattling 106 phon. It...

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Steve Jobs steps down, Tim Cook replaces him as CEO

The inevitable has finally happened. Most of us know that Steve Jobs’ health is a concern for him to play a major role as Apple’s CEO and his resignation is bound to happen soon. Well it finally did as Jobs stepped down from his post today and recommended Apple’s chief operating officer, Tim Cook, to replace him as CEO. Back...

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Nokia announced next version of Symbian, name is Belle

A couple of months ago it was Anna, now the next version of Symbian is called Belle (I’m sure Rama’s not the next). Nokia’s been busy with the Symbian OS with the official announcement of the latest version called Symbian Belle. With Symbian Belle, you get to have more widgets, more homescreens, more customizations, more apps and...

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ASRock and Fatal1ty brings us new Gen3 motherboards

Motherboard manufacturer ASRock partners with CPL World Champion Fatal1ty to launch their new Gen3 motherboard series. Jonathan “Fatal1ty” is one of the top champions of CPL or Cyberathlete Professional League since 2000 and together with ASRock, they created the next-generation motherboards made for gaming. These new...

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Globe releases official statement regarding their use of Tonino Lamborghini brand

A few hours after news broke out that Tonino Lamborghini in Italy denied giving Globe the authority to use their brand for the Globe Tattoo HSPA+ stick, Globe released their official statement: Globe Telecom obtained authorization to use the name and logo Tonino Lamborghini through an agreement with Primo Mobile, the master...

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Globe failed to get approval from Tonino Lamborghini to use their brand?

Remember Globe’s 4G stick? Or rather HPSA+ stick? The Tattoo Tonino Lamborghini? Well it seems that they do not have permission from Tonino Lamborghini to use the brand. In an official statement released by Tonino Lamborghini, they are saying that the 4G broadband stick from Globe is fake. Not fake as in it won’t work...

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Introducing the Razer Tiamat, world’s first 7.1 surround sound gaming headset

I’m not sure how much you value personal listening experience whenever you put on your gaming hat but if you want the total immersion to your game then your ears also play an integral part. Razer plans to bring you closer to your game with the release of the world’s first 7.1 surround sound gaming headset, the Razer...

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Internet Explorer 9 most secure browser according to NSS Labs

According to an independent security research and testing organization, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 leads the web browser industry in protecting users against malware. Microsoft’s latest version of their web browser builds on the security features and contains a robust set of built-in security and privacy...

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RIM’s newest BlackBerry Curve 9360 gets BlackBerry 7 OS

The new line of BlackBerry smartphones is finally complete with the announcement of the newest Curve which will also have the latest OS 7 from RIM. We’ve already seen the new Bold, Torch and the new Storm and now their most popular and affordable Curve phone gets the same BlackBerry 7 treatment. The BlackBerry Curve 9360 is...

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