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iPod Shuffle 3G: Unboxing Photos

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: March 24, 2009

Apple sent in a review unit of the new iPod Shuffle 3G. Though obviously lacking the usual control buttons, I'm still a bit amused at how small this iPod is (compared to the older generation Shuffles). See tons of unboxing photos after the jump. In the box: earphones with controls, short USB and iPod Shuffle. The cable of the earphones are a little different from the old ones (this one is more rubbery).

Apple’s new 3rd gen iPod Shuffle

Relevance: 97%      Posted on: March 12, 2009

Last night, Apple refreshed its iPod Shuffle. The 3rd generation Shuffle has again shed off some skin (at 0.3" wide) as well as the control buttons which might get users frustrated. The iPod Shuffle's transformation reminds me of Juicy Fruit (the chewing gum). Standard capacity is now at 4GB (about 1,000 songs) and features a battery life of 10 hours. It has a new VoiceOver feature that tells you the name of the song that's playing and the artist at a click of a button. The controls have been shed off and were moved to the earphones. That means you…

iPod Shuffle 2G vs. iRiver S10

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: September 14, 2006

Just a day after Apple released several new generations of its popular media player, iPod, iRiver also launched what could be a huge competitor to the Shuffle, the S10. Let's look at the specs and the design: Capacity iPod Shuffle: 1GB iRiver S10: 2GB Dimensions/Weight iPod Shuffle: 1.07 inches x 1.62 inches x 0.41 inch (including clip), 0.55 ounce iRiver S10: 1.6 inches x 1.2 inches x 0.33 inch, 17.5 g Battery Life iPod Shuffle: 12 hours iRiver S10: 8 hours Supported Format iPod Shuffle: MP3, MP3 VBR, AAC, Audible, WAV, and AIFF iRiver S10: ASF, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, WMA…

Cellphone Exclusives: Bargain phones from

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: August 14, 2007

Here's some cellphone bargains you might be interested to get. is doing a Cellphone Exclusive promo until next week, August 24, 2007. Get coupons worth up to Php2,500 which you can use when you shop online with them. You be the judge if they are really cheap. P.S. I'm an official endorser of and their affiliate program AdAuction.

How much do you spend on cellphone bills?

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: October 28, 2008

Ever since I got a postpaid account for my iPhone 3G, my monthly cellphone bills have doubled (maybe even tripled) in the last couple of months. It used to be less than Php300 for each of my 2 mobile phones. Our poll for the week surveys the amount spend for cellphone bills by our readers here. I'll be using the data as part of the demographic profile report for the blog. Here are the choices: Less than Php300 Less than Php500 Less than Php1,000 Between Php1,000 - Php2,000 Between Php2,000 - Php3,000 Between Php3,000 - Php5,000 Over Php5,000 Please send…

iPod Shuffle 3G Review

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: April 8, 2009

The new iPod Shuffle 3G is the smallest music player from Apple. The biggest change to this model is the absence of playback controls, a functionality that drew a lot of flak when it was announced.  The new 3rd-gen iPod Shuffle is surprisingly small (about a half to two-thirds of the size of its predecessor) you'd easily mistaken it as a paper or money clip. The only controls embedded in the device is the On/Off switch situated at the top end together with the 3.5mm jack and a small needle-point light to indicate device activity.   Since iPod Shuffle's don't have…

iPod Shuffle 4G Review

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: September 24, 2010

The latest iPod Shuffle (4th generation) does not enjoy the title of the smallest music player from Apple. That title is still retained by the older model which they abandoned. Check out our full review of the iPod Shuffle 4G after the jump. In fact, Apple reverted back 2 generations into the design of the iPod Shuffle (2G). It seems like Apple is admitting they got it wrong with the design of the iPod Shuffle 3G and should have gone with the design of the 2nd generation instead. And so the correction has been made and the new iPod Shuffle

HTC One (M8) and Nokia Lumia 930 take the Ice Bucket Challenge

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: August 25, 2014

The Samsung Galaxy S5 recently took the ALS Ice Bucket challenged and emerged unscathed thanks to its IP67-certified body. Now see the non-waterproof smartphone flagships, namely the HTC One (M8) and Nokia Lumia 930, take on the icy bath. Vietnamese YouTube channel Cellphone S accepted the challenge issued by the Samsung Galaxy S5 and took out their HTC One (M8) and Nokia Lumia 930 to see if these two can survive water. Watch the video below: Do note that the HTC One (M8) has an IPx3 rating meaning it can withstand splashes of water. The Nokia Lumia 930, on the…

Contest: Tradeport iPod Shuffle Giveway

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: May 23, 2008

Time for another giveaway. Our newest sponsor, Tradeport, is excited about their re-launch that they've decided to give away five (yes, 5!) new iPod Shuffle to our fellow bloggers and readers here. Here's the quick and simple mechanics in order to get the chance to win the giveaways: Mechanics for Contest #1: a) Mention about Tradeport and their member contest in your blog. We want as many people to learn about their member promo. In short, registered members of TradePort who actively participate in the forum/marketplace gets the chance to win in an internal raffle to get any of the…

Nokia Locate Sensor spotted at CES 2009

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: January 13, 2009

This one didn't get the spotlight in the recent CES because it wasn't that much of a news or something but for people like me who always forget where I put stuff like car keys, the Nokia Locate Sensor is a big thing. Basically, there's this small device which you attach to things you want monitored -- like a bag, keychain, and other small valuables. The device can then communicate with your cellphone to locate it. There's an application/software you install in the phone to be able to tag and locate the device -- most probably via GPS and/or Bluetooth…