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Nokia C3-01, better than the Nokia C3?

Sep 16, 10 Nokia C3-01, better than the Nokia C3?

Posted by in Mobile

Nokia likes to confuse us by introducing different versions of their C-series phones but not letting go of the original model name. Just like what they did with the Nokia C6 and C6-01, now they remade the popular Nokia C3 and came up with the C3-01. The Nokia C3-01 is made as a touch and type smartphone that still caters to...

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Nokia C6-01 makes you wish you haven’t bought the C6

Sep 15, 10 Nokia C6-01 makes you wish you haven’t bought the C6

Posted by in Featured, Mobile, Tech News

One of the new Nokia smartphones announced at Nokia World yesterday, the Nokia C6-01, will probably make current Nokia C6 owners wished they should have waited  for this upgraded and in my opinion, better version. It doesn’t have a sliding QWERTY keyboard but it may not matter to some people. The Nokia C6-01 is still geared...

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LG’s upcoming Android Froyo phones, Optimus One and Optimus Chic

Sep 15, 10 LG’s upcoming Android Froyo phones, Optimus One and Optimus Chic

Posted by in Mobile

LG introduced two upcoming smartphones yesterday which is being powered by the latest stable Android OS, 2.2 also known as Froyo. If the first LG Android phone (Optimus GT450) doesn’t appeal to you, maybe the new LG Optimus Chic or the LG Optimus One would. LG Optimus Chic (E720) for Style-Conscious Buyers The LG Optimus Chic has a...

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Google says Android is not yet optimized for tablets

Sep 14, 10 Google says Android is not yet optimized for tablets

Posted by in Gadgets, Tech News

A lot of people are excited with the rise of tablets. There are plenty of them popping around every week or so wanting to get a piece of the market from the iPad. Some tablets are running on Windows 7 but most prefer Google’s Android as OS of choice. Who wouldn’t? It’s open source and it is second to Apple’s app store in terms of...

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Dial names not numbers with SpellDial

Sep 13, 10 Dial names not numbers with SpellDial

Posted by in Tech News, Telecoms, Wireless Technology

Do you find it hard to memorize numbers or don’t have a pen to write the phone number of a new friend? Or maybe you have to change your number but don’t want the hassle of informing all your contacts. What if you can associate a username into a single phone number that you can freely update? You can simply tell a person to call you...

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Samsung SMX-C20 Review

Sep 13, 10 Samsung SMX-C20 Review

Posted by in Featured, Reviews

Build and design Samsung SMX-C20 is one of Samsung’s newest digital camcorder in the market today. It has a compact and lightweight design which makes it easy to carry around and fit in your pocket. The Samsung SMX-C20 uses SDHC or SD memory card and supports 512MB up to 32GB memory. It has a 2.7 inches LCD viewfinder and a 10x...

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Nokia Siemens Networks ushers SON to help telco providers

Sep 13, 10 Nokia Siemens Networks ushers SON to help telco providers

Posted by in PR Insider, Telecoms, Wireless Technology

In a press briefing last week, Nokia Siemens Networks unveiled their Self-Organizing Network (SON) solution to members of the media. In a nutshell, NSN’s SON suite is aimed towards helping mobile communications service providers to efficiently handle and maintain their 2G and 3G networks and at the same time rapidly advance towards...

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Turn your iPod nano 6th gen into a wristwatch

Sep 12, 10 Turn your iPod nano 6th gen into a wristwatch

Posted by in Gadgets

Well it’s bound to happen. When we saw the squarish-shape and touch display of the iPod nano, my friends told me it looks like something you could wear on your wrist… if only there’s a wrist strap holder/case for it. It seems that a lot of people are thinking the same thing and the first one to capitalize on the idea is...

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Review

Sep 11, 10 Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Review

Posted by in Featured, Gadgets, Mobile, Reviews

The Sony Xperia X10 is Sony’s first attempt at dabbling in the world of Android smartphones released in our country way back in April and comes in two colors, black and white. I was able to get my hands on the white one for review. Physical Appearance The build on the X10 is made entirely of plastic with a glossy finish (including...

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ASUS announced N3 series notebooks

Sep 10, 10 ASUS announced N3 series notebooks

Posted by in Audio & Video, Gadgets, Laptops & Tablets

When you see the “N” model from ASUS, it means that it’s a notebook made for multimedia. ASUS recently announced two new N series notebooks, the N43JF and N53JQ. The new ASUS N Series notebooks feature the finest multimedia performance of any portable PC. They ship with powerful Intel Core processors, NVIDIA GeForce 400M graphics...

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Ipod Touch 4G torn down, only 256MB RAM found

Sep 09, 10 Ipod Touch 4G torn down, only 256MB RAM found

Posted by in Gadgets

iFixit has finally gotten their hands on the new iPod Touch and did their customary “teardown” to take a look inside the device. A couple of interesting things were found, sort of letdown in my opinion. When they got into the 1GHz A4 processor, they found that the model is identical to the one used on the iPad and not the iPhone 4....

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Sony still no. 1 when it comes to camcorders

Sep 09, 10 Sony still no. 1 when it comes to camcorders

Posted by in Gadgets, Tech News

When I hear of camcorders, I think of Handycam. In fact, I thought that handycam is another name for digital camcorders. Just like saying Colgate when you actually want to say toothpaste. Well Handycam is really a Sony brand and as far as camcorders go, they are still the number one according to Gfk Asia. In the past three...

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