Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Lenovo Introduce Touchscreen Multimedia IdeaPad Z Series Laptop

With the fast pace of technology that’s been happening, we too need to equip ourselves with the right gadgets. No one is excuse from this event and to make sure that people could cope with the newest trend, there are companies who doesn’t stop in making the latest update. We could not escape but we could sure equipped ourselves for technology is at hand with the right gadget we own.

 “Our slim IdeaPad Z touchscreen series equipped with Windows 8 is a testament to Lenovo’s long term commitment of driving innovation by expanding into new form factors as we lead the way to the PC+ era,” said Vicky Agorrilla, Country General Manager, Lenovo Philippines. “The Z series blends fashion, form, and function to address the evolving needs of Filipino consumers looking for a slim, versatile, and intuitive personal computer with great multimedia and multi-touch features at a competitive price point.”

Lenovo today announced the launch of its latest touch-optimized IdeaPad Z Series laptops, the IdeaPad Z400 and Z500 which are designed to take users’ PC interaction to new heights. 

Friday, February 15, 2013

Introducing LINE, the Hottest Global Smartphone Life Platform

Feb. 14, 2013 is not just Valentine’s Day but also the day where Line was introduced to media and on-line bloggers, the event was held at the F1 Hotel.  Mr. .Kang, Hyun Bin (Director of Line Business Office, NHN Corp) and Mr. Jin-Woo Lee (Senior Manager, Line Business, NHN Corporation) presents LINE, the world’s leading mobile messenger app that offers local and international free messaging, voice calla and group messaging, while integrating various social network service elements in its features such as Stickers, Home & Timeline and numerous Line family apps including Line Game and Line Camera, making it a Smartphone Line Platform

Director Hyun-bin Kang " Through the continuous release of features, Line has become wildly popular in Asia and is also rapidly growing in N. America and Europe, as well as in Spanish speaking countries "

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Dell Supports Childhope Asia in Teaching Street Children

Dell’s Powering the Possible grant will provide 620 children with access to technology across Metro Manila

Dell today announced it has joined the advocacy of Childhope Asia Philippines, Inc. (CHAP) to help close the learning gap among underserved children. CHAP will receive a Dell Powering the Possible grant that will facilitate its aim to empower street children through education and computer literacy.

CHAP works with the underprivileged street children and out-of-school youth in Metro Manila to give them equal opportunities for learning through several programs, including basic literacy and numeracy, alternative learning system basic education, computer literacy, as well as life skills, values and primary health education. To facilitate its outreach and protection/education program, the charity is aided by mobile education vans with street educators that are deployed to 18 locations daily where street children are commonly found—in parks or on the sidewalks of urban centers—to teach children there.