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Pinoy Tech Blog’s new Twitter account… come follow

Hi guys. Kindly follow us in our new Twitter account http://twitter.com/officialPTB. We kinda made a major booboo with our old Twitter account. If you’re interested in the story… our chief creator and originator, Mr. Yugatech himself, seem to forgot the password and the e-mail used for our twitter.com/pinoytechblog. He’s not even...

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Intel halts shipment of Sandy Bridge chipset due to design flaw

Intel recently announced that they will suspend chipset shipment of their 2nd generation Core processor codenamed Sandy Bridge due to a design flaw on a support chip called the Intel Series 6, also known as Cougar Point. The flaw affects only the support chip and not the Intel Core processors themselves. What’s the role of Cougar...

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PTB Guide: How to choose a laptop

Shopping for a laptop but don’t know where to start on deciding which one to get? Here’s a simple rule of thumb that I always suggest to friends. Start with the size and price before getting to the details. Here’s to illustrate: Size –> Price –> Brand <-> Design –> Extras Brand and design are interchangeable based on...

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Microsoft Philippines celebrates WHO DUNN I.T. 2011

Last week, Microsoft Philippines’ held their WHO DUNN I.T. event at the Republiq in Resort World, Manila. The event joins all Philippine-based developers and IT professionals in one venue to share and exchange their best IT knowledge, practices and solutions using Microsoft technology. Prior to the event, IT professionals and...

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500GB Buffalo MiniStation Cobalt now in USB 3.0

If you have one of those new laptops or motherboards that supports USB 3.0 transfer, you might want to pair it up with an external drive that uses USB 3.0 as well, like this new Buffalo MiniStation Cobalt 500GB. The much speedier USB 3.0 protocol allows for data transfer speeds up to 625MB/s which is about ten times faster than USB...

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New Dell printers and projectors unveiled

Dell is not just for notebooks anymore. With their Software and Peripheral (S & P) Division, they are now offering a wide selection of software, electronics and other computer accessories to users for an enhanced computing experience that are reliable, affordable and easy to use. Recently, they just announced two lines of laser...

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Win a BlackBerry at The BlackBerry Show this Sunday

Research In Motion is inviting you guys to watch "IN THE NAME OF LOVE: The BlackBerry Show" on February 6 (Sunday) 4pm, at the Trinoma Activity Center. Don’t ask me what RIM is up to with this one but they’ve invited celebrity Blackberry users to take part of this talk show hosted by Ms. Kris Aquino. Watch the queen of...

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Yahoo! opens its network to Facebook and Google users

If you recently tried to login to your Yahoo! account, you might notice something new in the login page, the ability to login using your Facebook or Google. For those of you who wish to use Yahoo! services but don’t want to create a new account, you can now use your Facebook and Google logins. Yahoo extended the use of OpenIDs to...

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What you need to know before getting a 3TB hard disk

Jan 28, 11 What you need to know before getting a 3TB hard disk

Posted by in Personal Computing, Tech Tips/Quick Fix

So you decided to spend some of your hard-earned cash to purchase another hard disk. One that can support your growing collection of movies and photos for eons to come. And what’s the largest capacity available to consumers right now? 3 terabytes! That can hold around 4500 movies (assuming a movie is 700MB in size). But wait!...

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ASUS Eee PC 1015PW is for the fashion conscious

With the success of the fashionably chic ASUS Eee PC 1008P Karim Rashid edition, ASUS introduced next generation 10-inch netbooks that are both strikingly stylish yet up to date with the latest technology. The ASUS Eee PC 1015PW features the latest dual-core Intel Atom N550 processor which also has DDR3 RAM support. Quite a...

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Sony shows off PSP 2, calls it NGP

Jan 27, 11 Sony shows off PSP 2, calls it NGP

Posted by in Audio & Video, Featured, Gadgets, Gaming, Tech News

During the Sony PlayStation Meeting 2011 in Tokyo, Sony finally revealed the successor to the PSP. What many believed is going to be called the PSP2 is now the NGP which stands for Next Generation Portable. From the initial looks of the NGP, it is the most sophisticated and powerful portable gaming device we have right now. Next...

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RIM upgrades BlackBerry Bold 9700 with 9780

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 is one of the successful smartphones from RIM. It exudes simplicity yet boasts of elegance at the same time. Its chassis’ chrome trimming and textured back makes the Bold the executive’s choice of BlackBerry. Given that, why did RIM came up with the 9780? The BlackBerry Bold 9780 is simply an upgrade of the...

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