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Epson partners with NAPOCOR, MMWPC; plants 4,000 trees

For its annual tree planting and nurturing activity this year, Epson Precision (Philippines), Inc. (EPPI), worked with the National Power Corporation (NPC) and the Malaraya-Malepunyo Watershed Protection Council (MMWPC) and planted about 4,000 seedlings at Mt. Malaraya-Malepunyo (Biak-na-Bundok) in Brgy. Talisay, Lipa City, Batangas last August 3.

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Tattoo launches country’s first-ever rewards program for mobile broadband

True to its game-changing role in the industry, Tattoo, the broadband brand of Globe Telecom, raises the innovation bar a notch higher by introducing the country’s first-ever rewards program for mobile broadband services, available to both new and existing prepaid subscribers.

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Dell redefines Vostro Series with thinnest, lightest 14-inch laptop

Dell recently announced the latest in its line-up of ultra-portable laptops with the thinnest and lightest 14-inch Vostro laptop to date, the Dell Vostro 5460. Measuring a mere 18.3mm and weighing in at just 1.54kg, the ultrathin Vostro 5460 delivers more power and portability for value-conscious customers and professionals, and IT decision makers looking for mobility and performance at the right price.

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Radiorepublic.ph is an online portal built specifically to support the Filipino artist. With a backbone of established employees that have been a part of the local music industry since the beginning of time, Radiorepublic.ph has tapped into the who’s who of established musicians and artists, and has since become the go-to website for new artists and bands to promote their material.

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Following the successful distribution of its tablet line, Polaroid ups the ante further by debuting a 10-inch tablet that integrates the acclaimed Intel Atom Z2460 processor, the Polaroid Elixir 10.

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Zodio: Know before you go

With the daily expenses piling up, it’s wise to spend every hard-earned peso on necessities and luxuries that won’t have you feeling like you’ve been ripped off. It’s a good thing that technology has now allowed making informed decisions a lot easier.

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