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Introducing the Microsoft Lync

Microsoft Lync is the new family brand for the products formerly known as Microsoft Communications Server, Microsoft Office Communications Online and Microsoft Office Communicator. It integrates instant messaging, presence, audio, video and webconferencing and voice all in a single platform. The Lync also seamlessly integrates with...

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Alcatel’s Yahoo! Phone, the OneTouch Net

If Google is to Android then Yahoo! is to… well Yahoo! No, Yahoo! doesn’t have a mobile OS now but they do have a phone that caters to their popular services courtesy of mobile phone manufacturer, Alcatel. The Alcatel OneTouch Net is a smartphone, well sort of. Actually, it’s a QWERTY phone that has built-in features that utilize...

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MSI-ECS appointed official distributor of Belkin products

One of the leading IT solutions provider in the country, MSI-ECS was recently appointed by Belkin to be the official distributor of all their products. Belkin is known for its accessories for Apple products such as the iPod, iPhone, iPad as well as other consumer electronic products. With the appointment, Belkin can take advantage...

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Alcatel’s Android Phone, the Omni OT-980

Out of nowhere, Alcatel suddenly popped up in time for Christmas with their OneTouch line of mobile phones including one Android phone called the Omni OT-980. The OneTouch Tribe Omni OT-980 is an affordable Android phone with a slider QWERTY keyboard and a resistive touchscreen display. It has the basic features an entry-level...

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JAYS q-JAYS earphone review

Nov 25, 10 JAYS q-JAYS earphone review

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

I’ve actually read about the q-Jays in various music forums researching for headphones awhile back and the overall feedback has been great. So when i was asked to review this ” Dual Micro Armature Earphones,” I agreed out of curiosity to see if this Swedish-made earphones really delivers and all those forum chit...

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HTC launched Desire HD and Desire Z here in the Philippines

Yesterday, HTC launched two new high-end Android phones that would follow the popular HTC Desire, the Desire HD and the Desire Z. The original HTC Desire is going down in price and these two new phones will replace it as HTC’s flagship models. In a nutshell, the HTC Desire HD is a larger HTC Desire with its 4.3” screen and it also...

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Belkin wireless routers are designed for the average Juan

When you hear of Belkin, the first thing that comes into mind are accessories for Apple products right? Well they also do make routers, user-friendly routers that is and that’s what they’re planning to push in the market these days. What’s good about the new Belkin routers is that they’re made for the average home owner. Before,...

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Asiatype develops its own portable navigation system

Nov 23, 10 Asiatype develops its own portable navigation system

Posted by in Gadgets

Asiatype, the makers of the widely distributed Accu-map Metro Manila Citiatlas, develops its own GPS navigation system called the Vector V100. Finally! A local-branded GPS device from a local company who creates local maps. The Vector V100 navigation device runs on the accuracy of international software provider Ndrive and uses...

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Apple iOS 4.2 is out, includes Find My iPhone for free

The iOS 4.2 is finally out and with it comes an interesting feature that Apple users would really like. The previously subscription-based Find My iPhone feature is finally free on the latest iOS firmware. The Find My iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad helps you locate your missing device via its GPS/3G or WiFi and you can also initiate a...

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Intel lowers prices on SSD drives in time for the holidays

If you’ve read reviews on the new MacBook Air, you will learn that it’s blazing fast. Faster than the MacBook Pro at times even if the Air has a much slower processor. It’s because the MacBook Air is equipped with an SSD (solid-state drive) which can help improve overall system performance by up to 56%. The problem with SSDs is the...

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BPI 24/7 Online Banking made easier with Globe Tattoo Limited Edition stick

If you’re an avid BPI online banker then you definitely would want to hear this. The Bank of Philippine Islands and Globe Telecom introduced last week the BPI 24/7 Globe Tattoo which makes BPI internet banking more accessible. The BPI 24/7 Globe Tattoo is a prepaid broadband stick that allows access to BPI Express Online and...

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 Review

Nov 21, 10 Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 Review

Posted by in Featured, Gadgets, Mobile, Reviews

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 is Sony’s newest phone to compliment, or rather broaden, the lineup of Sony Ericsson’s Android phones. It is designed to cater to those who want the Android experience for a cheap price and finding Sony’s earlier serving of X10 mini and X10 mini Pro lacking in terms of screen size. Design The Xperia X8...

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