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Forget the 3310. The 3210 is legend.
While it was already reported as early as last year, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) will likely have a new chief as early as next week. Senator Gregorio ‘Gringo’ Honasan will be the agency’s new head and it has ...
 
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It could hurt your devices
Wireless charging is the kind of showy tech breakthrough that sounds a lot more revolutionary and helpful than it actually is.In fact, it could even prove to be harmful.Not only does the upcoming Apple AirPower hog way more space on your desk ...
 
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It's a special version of the Mate 10
Do you dream of owning a high-tech Porsche product but don't have enough money for the latest 911? Fret not, mere mortal, because you might soon be able to hold a Porsche in the palm of your hand. Porsche Design has just ...
 
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An alternative to the iPhone 8?
Apple isn't the only phone brand hoping to drain us of funds in the run-up to Christmas by releasing new phones. Google is at it as well—with one little pet-peeve.It seems whenever you get a shiny new phone, along with a charger ...
 
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The wait is over.
The long wait is over for Samsung fans. Samsung's latest flagship phone, Galaxy Note 8 (successor to last year's, errr, explosive Galaxy Note 7) has been revealed.Perhaps the most immediately noticeable upgrade is the Note 8's 6.3-inch AMOLED display with a screen ratio ...
 
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Can a smartphone live up to a photographer's standards?
As a professional photographer who shoots a wide range of assignments, I have been contemplating on adding a smartphone to my gear line-up for my editorial, documentary, and portraiture work, so this chance to test the Sony Xperia XZs and its centerpiece ...
 
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It's pretty affordable, too.
Back in the 2000s, when everyone was contented with calling, texting and a respectable number of games, one phone stood out, much loved and much revered. During those simpler times, the Nokia 3310 reigned supreme for its functionality. Yes, there were other attempts from ...
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