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To some people, traveling outdoors doesn’t necessarily mean disconnecting completely from technology. After all, with today’s technological advancements, smartphones actually make outdoor traveling safer, and a little bit more organized. If you’re a smartphone user and want to enhance your overall traveling experience by using some apps, here are some recommended items for you. Knot Guide Knots are very important not only when camping but also when doing everyday things. Read more

Samsung Galaxy S4 (Photo Credit: Samsung)

There are lot of smartphones competing in the market. For the first quarter of 2013 alone, five major flagship phones were released. Blackberry made a big return with its Z10. Sony trailed closely with the dust- and waterproof Xperia Z. LG stayed on the competition bearing the Optimus G flag.  The Taiwanese manufacturer recently surprised the gadget enthusiasts with HTC One ultrapixel. Samsung, on the other hand, wowed the world Read more

From social networking to an e-commerce website, Multiply finally decided to shutdown its operations for good despite the efforts to remodel its core application. It was last year when Multiply decided to reinvent its core business into an online marketplace, however, this wasn’t enough to keep it online. On Friday afternoon, April 26, Multiply officially announced its business shutdown. The statement on their main page reads: We regret to announce Read more

Starmobile Diamond (Photo Credit: Starmobile)

Star Telecom Alliance Resources, Inc., a Filipino maker of dual-SIM phones, recently released a tough and performing Starmobile Diamond which will add to its collection of Android-powered smartphones.

So-net Entertainment Corporation, an internet service provider (ISP) subsidiary of Sony Corporation, has launched a fiber optic internet service that provides download speed of 2 Gbps, making it the fastest home internet in the world. The connection, which utilizes FTTH (fiber-to-home) infrastructure, is initially available in Chiba, Gunma, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Tokyo, Kanagawa, and Saitama in Japan.