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Sony VAIO Y, first AMD Fusion laptop to land in the Philippines

Just saw what must have been the first laptop sporting AMD’s Fusion APU chip, Sony’s VAIO Y. The AMD Fusion APU has the GPU on the same die similar to the current Intel chips we have today. However, because of ATI technology (AMD Radeon now) which is used for their GPU, it has a big advantage over Intel’s integrated graphics. We...

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The Belkin Music Receiver lets you play your iPhone music wirelessly

Ever thought of wanting to broadcast your iPhone or iPod Touch music to your home stereo without docking it? Maybe the Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver can help you with that. The Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver is a tiny device you can attach to your home stereo or stand-alone speakers via RCA or 3.5mm jack. It uses Bluetooth to...

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Smart Double Deal Promo is back!

To serve mobile subscribers looking for the best deal in postpaid plans, leading wireless services provider Smart is bringing back its ‘Double Deal’ offer, available at all Smart Wireless Centers nationwide until February 28, 2011. With Smart Gold’s ‘Double Deal’ offer, all approved postpaid subscribers will receive an extra mobile...

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Samsung Wave 723 review

Feb 20, 11 Samsung Wave 723 review

Posted by in Featured, Mobile, Reviews

Looking to further expand the market of Samsung’s own bada OS, they came up with the mid-range Samsung Wave 723. Not too pricey compared to the first Samsung Wave (S8500) and looks more premium than the entry-level Wave 525. Will the Samsung Wave 723 help provide the much-needed boost for bada? Find out in our report. Design One...

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a-JAYS Three Review

Feb 19, 11 a-JAYS Three Review

Posted by in Audio & Video, Featured, Gadgets, Reviews

Ok, so again I get to try out another JAYS headphones for review, this time the a-JAYS Three. Last time it was the high-end JAYS model, the q-JAYS, which really impressed me so I’m going to see if the JAYS sound quality will also be present in this entry level a-JAYS Three. There are three types of a-JAYS available and the a-JAYS...

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PLDT SME Nation re-introduces Negosyo Boost

The PLDT SME Nation is part of the PLDT family to enable and address the goals and needs of Small and Medium Entrepreneurs one of which is through their Negosyo Boost packages, a suite of tailor-fit communications solutions to help SMEs stay competitive in this digital age. Negosyo Boost was already launched before but they...

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Toshiba intros NB520 series netbooks featuring Harman Kardon speakers

If you think there’s nothing exciting left to expect in the world of netbooks, think again. Toshiba came up with the first netbook to ever feature Harman Kardon speakers, audio that is usually reserved for high-end entertainment laptops and luxury cars. The new Toshiba N520 series netbooks has the latest Intel Atom processor, the...

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Local GPS navigation device, Vector, officially launched today

GPS navigation is still not that popular in our country maybe because there’s not enough local presence here. A couple of names come into mind, AVT and carNAVI and this third one, Vector, is from the makers of Accu-maps and the CitiAtlas most cars have in their glove compartment. We introduced the Vector V100 personal navigation...

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Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate now available

This is it folks. The final preview version of Internet Explorer 9 before the official one goes live before the end of March is now available for download. For those who are already using IE 9 Beta, this update will be included in Windows Update’s automatic delivery service. If you’re on Windows XP, don’t bother looking for or...

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HTC Desire and HTC Wildfire gets a hardware refresh

At the Mobile World Congress 2011, HTC announced a hardware update on their popular high-end HTC Desire and low-end HTC Wildfire. The two handsets get an “S” added to their name. Feel free to hazard a guess on what “S” means because HTC didn’t say anything about it. HTC Desire S The HTC Desire S is still the same 3.7-inch screen...

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HTC Unveils HTC Flyer, their very own tablet

Unveiled at Mobile World Congress today, the HTC Flyer is HTC’s entry to the world of tablet. The 7-inch HCT Flyer doesn’t have the usual dual-core processors that’s been making the rounds in today’s tablets but instead, it sports a single-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm chip. Other specs are fairly standard, 1GB RAM, 32GB internal storage,...

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A sneak peek at the Samsung Galaxy S II

Feb 15, 11 A sneak peek at the Samsung Galaxy S II

Posted by in Featured, Gadgets, Mobile, Tech News

When the Samsung Galaxy S was revealed, it’s hard to find things in which it can improve on aside from a built-in flash and probably better materials. It’s one of the most capable Android phones in its time and even until today. However, Samsung outdone themselves and the Galaxy S with the announcement of its successor, the Galaxy...

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