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All-Filipino Zeenoh Games released first game for the iPhone

Local game development company, Zeenoh Games, has recently released their first game for the iOS platform called Numvaders ($1.99). If you find your kid playing too much of Angry Birds or Plants vs. Zombies on your iPhone, give him something educational and at the same time entertaining to play with. Numvaders is like a mash-up of...

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Apple Store PH cuts original iPad’s price by Php4,000

Well what do you know, the iPad 2 becomes official and following the announcement is a price cut for the original iPad. Philippines Apple Store is now selling the camera-less iPad less than Php4,000 from its original price when it first became available locally. You can now get an iPad for less than Php20,000, ok it’s Php19,999....

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iPad 2 is now official, what changed?

Mar 03, 11 iPad 2 is now official, what changed?

Posted by in Featured, Gadgets, Laptops & Tablets, Tech News

Apple finally revealed the highly-anticipated successor to their iPad and a lot of people are already excited about it and can’t wait for the March 11 release in the US. If you’re curious as to how much it changed from the original iPad, you would be surprised that there’s not a lot. However, despite the few changes, these are...

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Hisense formally launched their Bluetooth headsets in the country

Here’s another player in the Bluetooth headset industry in our country that is dominated by Jabra. Hisense is a household name in China with products ranging from home appliances to mobile devices and accessories. It was just in August last year that they brought their Bluetooth headsets here in our country and we got to see them...

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CCP launches digitization project of audio-visual archive

The Cultural Center of the Philippines announced today that they are collaborating with EMC technology for a nationwide digitization project to convert and integrate CCP’s entire audio-visual collection to provide public online access to our country’s cultural and historical heritage. The CCP Library has a vast collection of...

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WALdok, a wall plug-in speaker/charger for your iPod

Here’s a concept, a speaker and charger all-in-one for your iPhone and iPod that plugs directly to any wall socket. With WALdok, you can charge or play music on better speaker without having to deal with pesky cables so its more easy to bring along with you when you travel. Sure you have a nice iPod dock already but could you...

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Kaspersky Lab eyes market share growth in the local business sector

Most of us know about Kaspersky Anti-Virus being one of the popular choices for an antivirus at home. In business? Not quite so, but Kaspersky Lab aims to change that according to their recent press conference. Kaspersky Lab is one of the leading developer of secure content and threat management solutions out there and they aim to...

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New 2011 Sony VAIO S is now sleeker and lighter

We had no qualms with last year’s Sony VAIO S which we were able to review but when the I saw the new VAIO S from their Spring Collection last week, man, Sony really knows how to design good-looking laptops. The VAIO S series is made for the mobile executive who wants power, style and portability for a notebook. It still has a...

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Samsung Galaxy 551 Review

Feb 27, 11 Samsung Galaxy 551 Review

Posted by in Featured, Gadgets, Mobile, Reviews

The Samsung Galaxy 551 is one of the relatively unknown Samsung Android phones out in the market today. This mid-level smartphone has a feature that’s quite rare in Android phones available locally, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. If the HTC Desire Z is out of your budget and the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro too small for your...

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BlackBerry PlayBook demoed, looks blazing fast

Feb 26, 11 BlackBerry PlayBook demoed, looks blazing fast

Posted by in Laptops & Tablets

Here’s a short demo of the BlackBerry PlayBook using a Scrapbooking app made by The Astonishing Tribe that Research In Motion recently acquired. It shows how responsive the multi-touch is on the PlayBook in manipulating the photos and caption. One word. Smooth. If RIM can make sure that all apps and games will perform as smooth as...

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Fujitsu intros STYLISTIC Q550, an executive class tablet PC

Joining the tablet game is Fujitsu and its new STYLISTIC Q550 executive class slate PC. It’s not consumer-grade, this tablet is designed for high-security requirements for enterprise mobile computing and seamless integration to existing ICT infrastructures. The STYLISTIC Q550 is a 10.1-inch tablet that is powered by the upcoming...

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Yahoo shutting down MyBlogLog this May

Well the inevitable has finally happened. If you’re a member of cross-blog social networking service MyBlogLog, you’ve probably received an e-mail from Yahoo! stating that the service will be terminated on May 24, 2011. MyBlogLog started in 2005 which serves as an online service for bloggers where they can create their online...

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