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Top 5 Facebook games not made by Zynga

Ahh Zynga, the social gaming giant that seems to be unstoppable.  With about 250 million monthly users worldwide, it is without a doubt taking the casual gamers’ world by storm.  But monopoly of an industry is not healthy, for one, alternative sources are thrown out of the picture and the variety of available games may get...

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Popular cameras according to Flickr

With the millions of Flickr users out there, it’s a really nice sampling to see what are the cameras most people are using. You see when you upload your photos to Flickr, it will also store the photos’ tags including the camera that was used. So here are the top cameras for the past year according to the huge Flickr...

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BlackBerry PlayBook to launch in 16 other countries, Philippines not included

For the BlackBerry users in the country who’s interested in pairing their phone with a tablet, well, better wait for a bit more. RIM recently announced that their BlackBerry PlayBookwill launch in 16 other countries including some parts in Asia next month. The bad news is, Philippines is not included. In 30 days, the PlayBook...

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Cherry Mobile Nova finally gets Froyo update

Better late than never for Cherry Mobile Nova users as they get the much-awaited Android 2.2 Froyo update. With this update, you can now install apps (those supporting App2SD) to the SD card to save valuable space from the phone’s limited internal storage. The update is not done over the air (OTA) but instead you need to download...

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Samsung Galaxy Ace rises above its class

Jun 12, 11 Samsung Galaxy Ace rises above its class

Posted by in Featured, Mobile, Reviews

The Samsung Galaxy Ace is a mid-range touchscreen Android phone released by Samsung sitting comfortably between the Galaxy S and the low-end cornucopia of Galaxy Fit, Mini and the Galaxy 5. It has some pretty decent specs that would put it into the high-end spectrum if it was launched a year ago so those who are looking for a...

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BlueTrack mice gets cheaper with Microsoft Express Mouse

Ahh, BlueTrack. The mice technology from Microsoft that allows you to smoothly operate your mouse on just about any surface (non-reflective please). The rumpled sheets on your bed, the non-flat surface of an airport terminal’s seat, even on the jeans you are wearing. It will work smoothly under those circumstances, better than your...

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Get ready for the Samsung Galaxy S II, should land this month

It was Globe, not Samsung, that first announced the availability of the Samsung Galaxy S2. This superphone will initially be exclusive to Globe subscribers once it becomes available this June 27. My SuperSurf Plan 3799 subscribers can get it for free while prepaid subscribers can get it for P29,990. The Samsung GALAXY S II (Model:...

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Globe unveils 4G devices to utilize HSPA+ network

Earlier this evening, Globe finally introduced their devices and services that will utilize their HSPA+ network. It was just last April when they demoed their HSPA+ speed to the media which can go up to 10 Mbps. However, what good is that speed if there’s no device in the market that can utilize it right? Well here they are....

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LG lets dealers experience whole Optimus lineup for 2011

LG held an Optimus Invasion Dealer Roadshow event at the Grand Ballroom of the Intercontinental Hotel to feature their latest product lineup for this year. The event featured the Optimus Black – one of the slimmest smartphones with a bright NOVA display, the Optimus 2X – the world’s first dual core phone, the Optimus 3D – the...

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Nokia brings us two affordable dual-sim phones, the X1-01 and C2-00

Jun 10, 11 Nokia brings us two affordable dual-sim phones, the X1-01 and C2-00

Posted by in Mobile, Tech News

Nokia unveiled two new dual SIM phones last Thursday June 9, 2011. The Nokia X1-01 and the Nokia C2-00 would soon be available in the Philippines. Both phones feature what Nokia calls the Dual SIM/Dual standby idle state wherein the device is connected via both SIMs and is simultaneously scanning both networks of the connected SIM....

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Nintendo brings the tablet to the Wii

This pretty much seals it. 2011 is definitely the Year of the Tablet. Tablets are popping up left and right and consumers are finally getting warm to the idea of owning one. Recently, the tablet also made its way to gaming console in the form of the Nintendo Wii U. As a console by itself, the Nintendo Wii U looks just like the...

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Creative launched wireless audio solution

Jun 09, 11 Creative launched wireless audio solution

Posted by in Audio & Video, Gadgets

Last night, Creative the maker of SoundBlaster launched their wireless audio solution. Designed for home audio system, the company challenged the traditional wired audio setup by bringing portability, convenience and multi-application. They call their technology PureWireless. Three product lines were introduced – from...

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