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Globe intros volume-based PowerSurf to postpaid subscribers

Aug 23, 11 Globe intros volume-based PowerSurf to postpaid subscribers

Posted by in Tech News, Telecoms

With Globe’s PostPaid PowerSurf, you can have mobile internet in your hands based on the bandwidth you consume which is perfect if you only need it for updating status in Facebook, checking-in on FourSquare or just using Twitter. This type of PowerSurf is only available to postpaid subscribers. Validity for all plans is one...

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La Salle Green Hills deploys Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 to students for advanced digital learning

La Salle Greenhills becomes the first basic education in the Philippines to offer its curriculum on the mobile tablet so that students can leave their heavy school bags (and probably PSPs and iPods) behind. “Samsung is delighted to partner with La Salle Green Hills in this groundbreaking project in the Philippines. Our winning...

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Introducing the AOC e2351Fh LED Monitor

Forget about the boring model number but AOC has once again outed a pretty affordable LED monitor. The AOC e2351Fh is a 23-inch LED monitor with a radically slim display body measuring just 10.6mm thin, backed by a compact electronics box perched atop a sleek angled strut. The rear surface features an exquisite matrix-pattern...

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PLDT joins with two other IT firms to bring us private cloud solutions

PLDT joins forces with software giant Microsoft and Asia’s leading IT Solutions company Dimension Data (formerly Datacraft) to launch best-in-class private cloud computing solutions. Under the PLDT AppFarm Private Cloud Services portfolio, the Managed Microsoft Solutions suite of productivity and infrastructure software will...

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Razer Mamba 2012 Review, gaming in style at its best

Aug 22, 11 Razer Mamba 2012 Review, gaming in style at its best

Posted by in Featured, Gadgets, Gaming, Reviews

Torn between wired versus wireless mice? Razer has a solution to those who want the best of both worlds. Introducing the Razer Mamba 2012, Razer’s top-of-the-line Elite Ergonomic mouse offers users a wide array of customization, from the assignment of keys to the color of the LED lights up to the responsiveness of the mouse. This...

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IBM expands presence outside Metro Manila, hits CALABARZON

IBM announced recently that it is strengthening its presence in the CALABARZON region to support and help transform local business communities in the region, as part of the company’s commitment to help bring smarter business and technology solutions to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in key areas outside of Metro Manila. The...

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Online job search Monster.com launches Android app

Monster.com, a leading online career and recruitment solutions provider in the country, recently announced the launch of its Android applications for both employers and jobseekers to help them find candidates/jobs on the move. Or when they get rejected from the interview they can look for another job as soon as they head out of the...

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HP TouchPad 16GB goes on sale for $99

It seems that HP is wasting no time letting go of stocks of their HP TouchPad. Only a day after HP suprisingly announced that they are abandoning their WebOS, a memo was sent out to affiliates asking them to bring down the price of the TouchPad to $99 for the 16GB and $149 for the 32GB. Now if that doesn’t seem like a fire sale I...

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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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