Archive for October 18, 2009

ASUS Philippines recently awarded the winners of the recently concluded ASUS My Eee PC My Life Blogging Contest, the first of its kind marketing initiative among its ASUS offices in different countries.

Over 150 bloggers participated and shared their Eeexperiences online and their entries were shared at The campaign was so successful that it is now being implemented in other countries.

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, announced the availability of Samsung Corby (model: S3650), a mobile phone designed to support the digitally connected lifestyles of today’s young mobile users.

The Samsung Corby is a full-touch handset that places users at the center of the social media revolution with a wide range of social networks support, such as Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. The new mobile complements the company’s touch screen strategy, “touch for every lifestyle,” by targeting the youth market.

Cherry Mobile opens first Concept Store

Posted: October 18, 2009 in Tech

Cherry Mobile recently open their first concept store at the Cyberzone, SM Annex North Edsa.

The concept store allows mobile enthusiasts to see the latest available Cherry Mobile in the market today. Some Cherry Mobile phone that are currently in display are their D-Series, M-Series, T-Series and C-Series.

Samsung Philippines recently inaugurated its 23rd Concept Shop at the SM Cyberzone Annex in North Edsa. On display are the latest mobile phone offerings of Samsung.

Mobile phone shoppers are given the opportunity to touch and try the Samsung phones for them to experience first hand the latest mobile technology from Samsung.

The Wi-Fi alliance has just introduced a new Wi-Fi specification called the Wi-Fi Direct. As the name suggests, Wi-Fi Direct will enable devices to communicate with other Wi-Fi Direct enabled devices directly – without the need of a wireless router or a hotspot.

Once it starts trickling into mainstream devices, it might encroach into what is dominated by Bluetooth. Short distance, high speed connectivity.

The advantage with Wi-Fi Direct over Bluetooth will be the fact that it has a greater range and faster data transfer rates than Bluetooth. Wi-Fi Direct is also enterprise-ready, according to the Wi-Fi alliance, which boasts of over 300 other companies.