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Chat with your Facebook friends in Yahoo! Messenger 11.0

I guess this is something that is no longer new but, just like me who would not update my Yahoo! Messenger regularly this can be an exciting feature of YM version 11. I have been scouting for an IM app for the past few weeks that can integrate both my Yahoo! and Facebook contacts. Having an app that would allow you to chat with...

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Nokia updates Symbian OS on N8, C7 and C6-01

Nokia handsets running on Symbian^3 OS or which is now plainly called Symbian, got a software update recently. Affected devices are the N8, C7 and C6-01 and Nokia says that the software update 1.1 will offer better and smoother performance which is the one of the common complaints of these handsets, as well as new features. Tweaks...

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Vibal Publishing creates digital storybooks

Expecting the growing popularity of tablets, Vibal Publishing launches a digital version of two of their well-loved titles from its Chikiting Book series. The interactive, digital version of their Yummy Fly Pie and Ang Mahiwagang Kamiseta are already available at the Android Market and can be downloaded for free on devices running...

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Iomega ScreenPlay Director HD Media Player Review

Feb 07, 11 Iomega ScreenPlay Director HD Media Player Review

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

The ScreenPlay Director is the most advanced media player from Iomega’s line of ScreenPlay multimedia drives. This media player also doubles as a Network Access Storage (NAS) drive with its internal hard drive and Ethernet support. It’s not a new player in the market being introduced mid last year but it’s one of the few media...

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Untethered iOS 4.2.1 jailbreak now available to all systems

Fond of jailbreaking your iPod devices? Chronic Dev Team just released their untethered jailbreak for the latest iOS 4.2.1 firmware a couple of days ago. However, it was only today that they made greenpois0n RC5 available to Windows and Linux users. Head to greenpois0n website to download the tool. The jailbreak is not as easy as...

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Samsung expands Galaxy line with three more Android phones

If you think you’ve decided on which Android smartphone to get, Samsung introduced three more Galaxy phones to confuse you some more. These phones won’t necessarily compete with their flagship Galaxy S nor the entry-level Galaxy 5 but instead will be priced somewhere in-between and might probably push the Galaxy Spica away. All of...

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D-Link’s Boxee Box is coming to the Philippines

D-Link’s DSM-380 Boxee Box Network Multiplayer or Boxee for short is one of the popular media boxes in the US and we got word that it is set to arrive in the country this quarter. One of the features that separate Boxee from other media players aside from its funky design is its integration with online sites that streams TV shows....

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The Genius Ring Mouse is for the techie Green Lantern

If you’re thinking that your mouse is too plain for your eccentric taste then the Genius Ring Mouse may just be what you need. This innovative (or silly) input device slips into your finger and you operate the optical trackpad, which is similar to ones found in BlackBerry smartphones, with your thumb. The left and right click keys...

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Pinoy Tech Blog’s new Twitter account… come follow

Hi guys. Kindly follow us in our new Twitter account 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 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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