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WiniLa and WiniLaCity closes down

Heard of an auction site called WiniLa? Or its deal site offspring WiniLaCity? No? Doesn’t matter because those two sites closed down after it went out of business recently. Blue Holdings which is based in Hong Kong and owns WiniLa and WiniLaCity went bankrupt recently. Its BPO partner, Funlabs Corp. which provides logistics...

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Hotmail wants you to visit X-men: First Class Stunt School in New York

Here’s a chance for you to travel to New York and witness the breathtaking performances of official X-MEN: First Class stunt coordinators by simply using Windows Live Hotmail and Microsoft Office Web Apps. This contest is open only to Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Philippine residents and one winner will be chosen per...

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Speed magazine celebrates 8th anniversary with Green Fashion Technology

Join SPEED magazine as it celebrates 8 years of speed and technology – the eco-friendly way. Over the years, SPEED magazine has been providing informative, entertaining, and relevant technology-lifestyle news and features to its readers. This year, SPEED puts the spotlight on GREEN TECHNOLOGY through a groundbreaking event. On May...

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Google’s Blogger Service still down

UPDATE (12:50 AM): Oops. We spoke to soon. Blogger’s back up now. Expect new features and layout (still not reflected on my Blogger account) and you may also want to back-up your blog. It’s under Settings > Basic > Export Blog. Are you using Blogger? Google’s blogging platform. There’s still no news as...

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LG Optimus 2X and Black goes on sale, comes with elaborate mechanics

The new LG Optimus 2x and Optimus Black Android phones are coming to town and LG is having another discount promo to kick things off. Don’t worry, you don’t have to fall in line from the parking lot only to get your hopes dashed after waiting for hours. This time everything’s done online. From May 16 to June 20,...

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Nikon opens first service center at SM Megamall

Updated: Nikon Philippines Opens Service Center and Showroom in Makati Finally the moment most, if not all Nikon users are waiting for, the opening of a true Nikon service center in the country. A ribbon cutting was held last May 11 for the opening of the first Nikon service center located smack at the middle of SM Megamall Level...

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Samsung’s brand ambassadors for Galaxy Tab “Life 2.0″ campaign

The 7-inch Galaxy Tab is the first Android tablet from Samsung released on September 2010 and consumer feedback was overwhelming since then. The Samsung Galaxy Tab was able to change the way the consumers lived their everyday lives. It was able to enhance their ordinary, everyday experiences, from the little things to the most...

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Acer’s newest entry-level Android phone, the Liquid Mini

Here’s another Android phone from Acer that’s going to be available by the end of the month. The Acer Liquid Mini is a simple yet colorful entry-level full touchscreen phone that might suit your needs. We don’t really know how the Liquid E fared in our country but here’s the mini version of it. It follows the same curves but on a...

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First Impressions: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

May 11, 11 First Impressions: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

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

Earlier at a Samsung event, we were able to briefly play with an actual unit of Samsung Galaxy Tab’s big brother, the Tab 10.1. This is not the first 10-inch Honeycomb tablet we laid our dirty hands on, the Acer Tab A500 was the first but we love the slimmer and more polished look of the Tab 10.1. First thing we noticed was the...

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Dell enters the networking market with new PowerConnect series

Dell is not new when it comes to networking. In fact, the PowerConnect series has been around since 2001 but they’ve been typically bundled with networking solutions and packages until now. Dell announced that they’re bringing the PowerConnect 5500 and 7000 switch families as standalone products to the market to offer...

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Microsoft close to buying Skype

UPDATE: It’s official! Microsoft bought Skype for $8.5 billion. Plans include integrating it into Xbox, Kinect and Windows Phone. Earlier this week, it was Google and Facebook who were dueling to buy VoIP company Skype. But it was Microsoft who came out of nowhere that’s closed to inking a deal to acquire Skype for more...

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Google’s Android poised to surpass Apple’s iOS in terms of mobile apps

If the rate of app submission today is going to be the trend in the near future, Google’s Android market will become the biggest mobile content platform by August 2011 according to mobile research specialist, research2guidance. In the month of April, 28,000 new apps were submitted to the Android market as opposed to the...

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