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Not all smartphone cases are created equal. This is the type of message that case maker Trident wishes to impart upon us, as it finally sets foot and tries to conquer the iPhone case market here in the Philippines. It prides itself in always putting the customer first, and to that end, the company is committed to offering all kinds of products that will ultimately help in improving the lives of their users.

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While it hasn’t revealed any new products at this year’s Mobile World Congress, Samsung has announced that it received the Best Smartphone 2016 award from the GSMA for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. This award was given under the Best Mobile Handsets and Devices category at the annual Global Mobile Awards, where it edged out the likes of the LG G5 and HTC 10. According to the official press release, the Galaxy S7 Edge won the award for its “refined design, advanced camera and outstanding performance.” And in fairness, that’s the same formula that made the Note 7 such a hit, before all the bad stuff happened, that is. Samsung’s Junho Park, VP of Global Product Strategy, Mobile Communications Business, was quoted as saying, “We are honored to be recognized for our craftsmanship in design and innovation with the Galaxy S7 edge.” Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S8 smartphone some time later this month.

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After first integrating Pocket as a built-in add-on in its Firefox web browser, Mozilla has now made its first strategic acquisition and actually acquired Read-It-Later, Inc., the company behind Pocket. Now Mozilla plans to hold Pocket as an entirely separate product line from Firefox, and possibly branch it out into other platforms. Currently Pocket is available as a browser add-on as well as a standalone mobile app. You can download it on your iPhone or Android smartphone for free. But its business model might soon change if it ever sticks around in its current iteration for long. According to the official press release from Mozilla, Pocket will “join Mozilla’s product portfolio” and help in “promoting the discovery and accessibility of high quality web content.” Meanwhile, Pocket says that it will be staying in their current office and that “our name will still be on the wall.” That’s basically a promise that they aren’t going anywhere. And if so, Mozilla is smart in making this acquisition. But only time will tell what kind of fruit this union really brings. See the source links for more.

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Mozilla and Pocket



Who cares about having dual cameras on either the front or the back if you can have just one camera that’s capable of shooting in super slow motion? That’s the question that’s being thrown right in our faces by none other than Sony, as it launches the new Xperia XZ Premium with a focus on two main features. One of these is the ability of the phone to capture super slow motion video, a world’s first in a phone. And it just so happens to also be the first phone with a 4K HDR screen.

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Vivo is a name that you’re probably already familiar with. They’ve been out in malls and various other locations promoting their latest Android smartphones. Recently, the Chinese smartphone company announced the arrival of a new selfie-centric cameraphone called the Vivo V5 Lite. Although first announced through a collaboration with Home Credit, you can now purchase this handset on its own simply by going to Vivo concept stores or retail kiosks.

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If you think the 10-inch screen on the new Lenovo Miix 320 is just too limiting, then you’re probably looking for something that’s a bit more conventional. But maybe not too conventional, because you might find that boring. Well, it just so happens that Lenovo also announced two new laptop models to replace a couple of older ones, each of which features thinner and lighter designs while packing in much more performance and power than ever before. These are the Lenovo Yoga 720 and Lenovo Yoga 520, and according to Lenovo, both models were built on a mountain of user feedback.

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Why do people buy lightweight, 2-in-1 Windows devices? It seems like for most people, the answer is either one of these two choices. One, they are looking for a quick and easy way to access various entertainment channels and social media. And two, they are searching for the perfect tool to use in their on-the-go job. Not a lot of PC makers seem to realize this, but at long last, Lenovo has come along with a product that’s made more for one kind of user and not the other.

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