Author: Digital Reg

The Cat is Out of the Bag – SMART Announces Pricing for iPhone 5 Plans

As competition continues to heat up between the 2 Telecommunications giants, SMART Communications has already unveiled their new iPhone 5 Plans to the public. Quite surprised actually, because last year, they announced their iPhone 4S Plans 3 hours before they can officially distribute the units at midnight. They changed their game plan this time probably […]

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iPhone 5 from Smart on December 14

I have received word that the much awaited iPhone 5 will be available at Smart Communications on December 14. No further information yet about the postpaid plans, LTE availability or if they will have a grand launch just like what they did last year when they launched the iPhone 4S. I was one of those […]

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Let me Re-Introduce Myself

DR is a shortened username of david-ruffin, a nick I’ve been using in mIRC channels, mailing lists and internet tech forums since 2000. My name is Reggie, or if you prefer you can call me DR  My passion on mobile technology started in 1999 when I got my first mobile phone, aNokia 1610. I’ve been switching phones since then, […]

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Review: Cherry Mobile W500 Titan

We were sent a review unit of the Cherry Mobile W500 Titan last week and we know that a lot of you are eagerly waiting to read our thoughts about the local mobile phone brand’s latest release. Well, here it is! SPECIFICATIONS: OS: Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Processor: MTK MT6577 1GHz Dual-Core Processor Display: 480 x 800 pixels, […]

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Cherry Mobile’s “Flare Up” Event on October 24, Another New Android?*

 We received an invitation from Cherry Mobile for their product launch this Wednesday, October 24. The only details we know so far according to their invitation is “The hottest Android Launch this season.” Hmmmm….Cherry Mobile always likes to surprise us with their Android offerings, and we couldn’t help but speculate why are they going to have a […]

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Thoughts About the UMPC (Part 1)

Five years ago, my interest in mobile technology expanded when Microsoft introduced an idea called Project Origami, later became known as Ultra-Mobile PC or UMPC. The UMPC is like a Tablet PC, only smaller, lightweight which makes it easier to carry around. Unlike the Tablet PC which was used by the Enterprise market, the UMPC […]

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