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Monday, 6 May 2013
Cebu Pacific Air announced CEB Online Shopping. The new shopping portal is established in partnership with LAZADA and ZALORA. CEB Online Shopping aims to bring convenient shopping experience to consumers.
WD has announced that it is shipping the world's first ultra-slim 2.5-inch, 5mm hard drives and solid state hybrid drives (SSHD), which are designed for integration into the slimmest devices and space-constrained computing environments. Read the full scope inside.
Featuring a universal remote control on the top and a Smart TV keyboard on the bottom, the dual-sided keyboard is ideal for your PC devices, Smart TV, IPTV, Android TV Box, TV, Xbox 360, and PS3, and enables text input for media searching, instant messaging, and web browsing. Click through for more info.
Friday, 3 May 2013
Trend Micro recently revealed that phishers are using spoofed Apple ID pages to collect personal and banking data from users of Apple devices. Trend Micro also saw an increase in number of Apple-related phishing sites in 2013.
Targeting at students for the upcoming opening of schools, Dell introduced the Latitude 3330. The 13.3-inch notebook offers security, manageability, and productivity for educational purposes.
Now that Fujifilm has successfully settled into the Philippines, it was time for the Japan-based camera specialist to show off its local team of brand ambassadors to the country in an event held yesterday in Pasig City.
Intel has announced COO Brian Krzanich as the company's new CEO. An Intel employee since 1982, Krzanich will replace outgoing Paul Otellini on May 16, 2013.
Thursday, 2 May 2013
Expanding its presence in the country, Cougar has brought new products to the local market. The products introduced are the Spike mini tower casing and the Vortex line of fans for PC enthusiasts and system builders.
If you're not doing anything on May 4, 2013 (this Saturday), you might be interested to check out Olympus' booth for a series of lectures, live shoots, and exhibitions that will take place at Fort Bonifacio Global City.
For years, Intel-based integrated graphics systems have been criticized for their performance. But with the details of the graphics performance of the upcoming "Haswell" CPUs, did Intel finally get it right?