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The toughest kid on the block

The toughest kid on the block

We love slimmer, sleeker devices that makes us look cool. But some kids nowadays would rather play with a tablet and try to break it, instead of trying to break the latest edition of Optimus Prime or Barbie. But many of us can agree that tablets do have the educational tools for our kids, and the main problem is them accidentally dropping it on the floor, dipping it on water, or for some otherworldly reason, set it on fire.

Just like fire and ice

Acer had been taking a swing in the smartphone market for some time now. And recently they’re making a break in Philippine market. We got our hands on Acer’s first phablet device, the Liquid S1. We can’t say we aren’t impressed as it boasts a decent specs sheet, becoming a solid alternative for some.

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Lenovo Vibe X smartphone fuses beauty and brains

Lenovo announces the latest addition to its portfolio of smartphones: the Lenovo Vibe X, which combines an innovative yet sleek design and intelligent camera performance to offer a vibrant viewing experience.

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Simply smart for all

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Simply smart for all

GIONEE, a global leader in mobile phone manufacturing and design announces today the arrival of its flagship Smartphone in the ELIFE series, the ELIFE E6. Following the footsteps of the ELIFE series models, ELIFE E6 is designed specifically to bring stronger performance and increased user friendliness to exceed the needs of its users across the globe.

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Battle of the curves

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Battle of the curves

The smartphone market has turned into a virtual catwalk after two manufacturers recently unveiled bombshells in a bid to catch the eyes of the most discerning tech geeks. Manila Bulletin had the ramp extended from the international scene to here, giving TechNews first crack of the Samsung Galaxy Round and the LG G-Flex.

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Maximum chill to overclock

The GTX 700 series is known as Nvidia’s latest and the fastest when it comes to providing computer graphics performance. Combine it with the cooling solutions of Asus videocards, and then you have yourself an out-of-the-box above average card. As with every graphics card that graced the TechLab, we immediately submerged it into the tortures of high-end gaming.

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