IFA and Berlin. Such an awesome experience. IFA was unlike CES, it was smaller and more casual. I was quite surprised to find the IFA ticket booth selling family group tickets (2 adults and 3 children). The vibe of IFA was completely different, not exactly inferior to CES, just different. After the busy week, here I am catching up on the latest tech news on Technoodling. Here’s what I found out.
Tuesday, September 3
More BlackBerry Expert Centers open shop in the Philippines
Misfit Shine: A minimalist, fashion-conscious fitness tracker for iOS
Dell Introduces New SDN-Enabled Fabric Solutions & Dell Network S5000
Microsoft buys Nokia Devices & Services division
Wednesday, September 4
Android 4.4 To Be Called “Android KitKat”
HTC outs Desire 601, Desire 300
BlackBerry Q10 Review
Apple September 10 event is Officially Official!
JobStreet.com Mobile App Launched
And the other shoe drops! The Xbox One has an actual release schedule!
Thursday, September 5
Amazon upgrades Kindle Paperwhite, announces print + ebook bundles
Smart Brings Back the iPhone 4 for a Limited Offer
PLDT HOME bumps up Internet speed for myBro Plan 999 subscribers
Sony’s QX camera-in-a-lens accessories become official
Samsung announces the Note 3, a new Note 10.1, and the Galaxy Gear smart watch
Review: Metropolitan Aluminum In-Ear Headphones with Remote/Mic
Sony Xperia Z1 joins the 5-inch party with 20MP cam in tow
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