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Bridging the gap

There are always two sides to every issue and in this case, the negatives are practically the same in every generation. The considerable age difference is what keeps the gap between parents and children. This widens when parents do not understand the latest technology that their children are exposed to.

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Oldie but Goodie

When it comes to technology, several times a year we get something new. Or rather, we get updated versions of something that was already created. Television, computers, phones, and books, among others including games, board games, video games, and some good ol’ pen and pencil games.

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Golden agers online

In 2009, local telco giant Bayan Telecommunications Inc. (Bayantel) launched the ‘Lola Techie’ campaign through a TVC showing 66-year-old Lola Techie Cruz teaching her grandson the wonders of the internet. Thanks to the ad’s humorous yet heartwarming take on ‘digital divide’, the TVC went viral, the campaign was awarded profusely both here and abroad and Lola Techie became an overnight celebrity.

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Get a bigger picture of things

Samsung had the tech world abuzz with the release of their latest Galaxy S4 variants recently, or just weeks after another S4 model came out. We were also interested, so we went our way to acquire the first commercial unit of the Galaxy S4 Zoom.

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New Sony Xperia ZR waterproof smartphone keeps you dry and clicking

Sony Mobile Communications has launched the new Xperia ZR featuring the highest level of water-resistance for capturing photos and Full HD videos underwater. This Android smartphone offers leading technology and content with a 4.6” HD Reality display, 13 megapixel fast capture camera, Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core 1.5 GHz processor, and 4G LTE.

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Dell expands support for youth learning in the Philippines

Charity comes in many forms, and Dell would readily grab any opportunity to extend a helping hand. Just recently, Childhope Asia received second grant through Dell’s Powering the Possible initiative, in a partnership that aims to further the cause to empower youth and provide underserved communities with access to technology.

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