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Due diligence

Before spending your hard earned money on new gadgets, listen to people who deal with them for a living
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Entrepreneurs are always finding ways to improve their businesses. One way that has proven effective is through incorporating gadgets into the different facets every enterprise. Indeed, as the world marches forward into a technology driven era, these little tools can help any business on top of their respective heaps.

Finding the right gadget for either personal or professional use is often a nerve wracking experience. Thankfully, technology related websites are proving to be an effective resource for the needed know how and advice everyone needs to make an informed decision. After all, a gadget in the Philippine context is considered a valued investment.

Luckily, the tech gurus of new website Techie.com.ph have all the right answers for people who need them the most. The site features news, gadget reviews, advice columns, as well as blogs from some of the leading people in the local tech community. It also comes with a comprehensive buyer's catalog, with price listings and detailed specifications on the latest gizmos to power your digital lifestyle.
 
So if you're in the market for a new mobile device for business or for pleasure, here are a few choice picks from Techie.com.ph :

1. The discovery of new but grossly overpriced i-Phone 3GS mobile phones in Greenhills Shopping Center , which aptly represents a good mix of entrepreneurial derring-do on the part of the merchants, and gasps of horror from local techies. Thankfully, the website reports that local mobile phone operator Globe Telecom is offering the handsets at more reasonable prices.

2. An excellent product review of Nokia's new N97 , an attempt to stamp out rival smart phones and maintain segment dominance for the Finnish mobile giant.

3. Learn about Philippine companies at the forefront of developing i-Phone applications by reading a quick review of creative, locally produced material. 

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For more useful tips, plus information on today's latest technology, visit www.techie.com.ph 

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