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The Passport to productivity

The BlackBerry Passport gets a stamp of approval from us here at the Manila Bulletin TechLab. It has a premium build, compared with previous BlackBerry devices, albeit very minimal. In a way, the Passport is a hybrid of the previous Z10 and Q10 devices. The 4.5-inch square display was designed to accommodate more viewing space […]

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ViewSonic Launches SC-Z56: The Fastest Performing Quad Output Zero Client

ViewSonic Corp. recently launched the SC-Z56, a quad video output zero client for the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) market. With the fastest performance and widest selection of discrete and integrated VDI products, ViewSonic expands its lineup with the SC-Z56, an affordable and feature-rich solution to drive multiple displays in a virtualized environment. The SC-Z56 Quad […]

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LG soon to be available under Smart Postpaid

Believing that “Simple is the New Smart,” LG Mobile Philippines delivers wireless devices like the new LG G3 with topnotch technology that simplifies life. Making this value proposition even better is the upcoming availability of the newest LG flagship smartphone under Smart’s suite of postpaid plans apt for any Filipino lifestyle. The much coveted and […]

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Seeing at any angle

Resolution: 20.4 Megapixel Video Function: Yes Maximum Resolution: 5456 x 3632 Minimum Resolution: 2736 x 1824 Sensor Type: CMOS Digital Zoom: Yes Auto Focus: Yes Manual Focus: Yes Flash Modes: Flash off, Autoflash, Fill-flash, Slow Sync, Rear Sync: Storage Types: Memory Stick Micro, Memory Stick Micro (Mark2), microSD Memory Card, microSDHC Memory Card, microSDXC Memory […]

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Yale goes digital

Yale is taking a step further in home security by going digital with high-tech security locks. The digital locks come with a range of features, including an alarm and an additional security beyond pin codes. These digital locks are aimed for corporate offices. The Yale YDR3110 and the YDG313 has two access solutions: The pin […]

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Edge of the Galaxy

Samsung recently launched the Galaxy Note Edge. As the name suggests the new phablet’s screen slides down toward the edge, giving an extra added display. The Edge screen is its own independent screen, notifying you about the weather, news and social media updates, among others. It does so without disrupting the main screen. While watching […]

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Bow is the word

I have been an iPhone user since the very first unit was released in 2007, and I can say that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are the best of the series, yet. Display is clearer plus that nifty finger resistant screen, camera is brighter plus more features like improved video recording and slower […]

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The calm after the storm

When it comes to disaster preparedness, it is evident the country isn’t as prepared as we need it to be. Recent typhoons and brutal downpours have caused countless Filipinos to evacuate their homes, taking only what they could, and seek shelter in schools, churches, and whatnot. Water becomes top currency for survival, which is hard […]

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Show me whatcha got!

Xiaomi Mi4 features a glossy white finish made of plastic. Unlike other devices where you need to use your fingernail to open it, this actually needs a suction cup. Surrounding it is a stainless steel frame, giving the phone a sturdier and more premium feel. The Mi4 is very thin and has narrow bezels, which […]

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VMworld 2014 – VMware cloud offers more than just a silver lining

With nearly 25,000 attendees comprised of IT and business leaders, partners, professionals and experts, VMware hosted the VMworld 2014 at the Moscone Center in the famous City by the Bay, San Francisco, California recently. VMworld is the largest global conference for virtualization and cloud computing and for 2014, VMware Chief Marketing Officer, Robin Matlock, explains […]

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