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Nokia PH Welcomes New General Manager; Launches Premium Apps & Carrier Billing

Mr. Dharmesh Goshalia – General Manager, Nokia Philippines   Nokia sure has been busy lately haven’t they? They’ve recently introduced a well-accepted Nokia Lumia 900 (4.3” Windows Phone 7) at

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IGDA Manila Invites Aspiring & Professional Developers To The Manila Game Jam 2012

  Aspiring game developers, you know you’re out there. I’m sure that at some point in your life while you were playing your favorite video game, you were suddenly struck

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Android Users: There’s A Ridiculous Amount Of Free Apps On GetJar Right Now! Yohoho!

There’s so many free apps that they had to alphabetize it.   Hey guys, its Christmastime! And because its Christmas – or maybe just because GetJar people are crazy people

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WideOut Introduce Their App Development & Rich Media Services Over Costumes & Beer!

  Last Halloween break, WideOut, a development and rich media provider, introduced their services to the Philippine (or international?) market with an appropriately themed costume party. The event, entitled The

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Android: Glimpse To The Future Of Mobility, Thank You For The Awesome Experience

  A few days ago on September the 24th, yours truly was asked to give a talk to a pretty large student body about my experiences and opinions about the

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Calling Budding Devs! Android: Glimpse The Future Of Mobility Seminar Will Be On Sept 24

  Save the date! September 24, Saturday, will be the best way to start learning how to develop your own Android apps. JuAndroid.org, in cooperation with the University of Makati

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Google+ App For Android Now Available–Anybody Still Need Invites?

  Users of Google’s newest social networking venture, Google+, can now download the Android app in the local marketplace. Originally available only in other parts of the world, the app

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Skype 2.0 For Android Now Has Video Calling–Supports Only 4 Phones

  For a time, front-facing cameras slowly started to fade out of phone specs because video calling started to wane, but since smartphones have entered the scene, Skype (and to

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Nokia Launches Qt SDK 1.1–Better UI & Scripting Tools

  Last month, Nokia released a new version of its multi-platform software development suite called the Qt (pronounced as cute) SDK 1.1. This new build of the Symbian/Meego/PC/Mac application framework

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Game Dev Story Review (iOS & Android)

  One of the more popular games out there for iOS and Android has definitely been the cult-hit called Game Dev Story. Since the Android Marketplace now allows purchases in

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Death Worm Review (iOS & Android)

  Our first purchase on a now-Philippine enabled Android Marketplace was Death Worm by PlayCreek. Back then, there was a dearth of choices, since most publishers haven’t yet enabled their

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Plants vs. Zombies Finally Eating Your Android Brain This June

  Better never than late, right? Or was that the other way around? PopCap games have finally announced the release of Plants vs. Zombies for your Android phone. On a

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