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Best phone you can buy under Php3,000

Looking for a really affordable smartphone for personal use or as a holiday gift? If yes, then this list will attempt to guide you to make the best decision. 491 more words

Mansory Madness

There are two types of car people, we think. Those who look at a beautiful, powerful machine and think, ‘I’d like that.’ And those who look at the same car and think ‘I can make this even better.’ 324 more words


Microsoft Released 'Torque' an 'Ok Google' Rival Search App On Google Play

Microsoft has released the Torque search app for Android smartphones,. The Bing powered voice assistant app was first launched for Android Wear devices in OctoberThe Torque app works similar to the “Ok Google” voice command however you have to twist your wrist to activate the assistant rather than using your voice. 99 more words


Spread the Holiday Cheers with Torque Mobile

With the new releases coming from different mobile companies, the one question you may have is “Which phone do I get?”. Choosing a phone has become a bit cumbersome because there’s too many smart phone and tablet models to choose from. 462 more words


Microsoft Torque: Bing Search On Android Wear With A Twist — Of The Wrist

The new Microsoft Torque Search app for Android Wear is a clever concept. It s a voice-search alternative to OK Google on your wrist, with a novel twist literally. 53 more words

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Microsoft's 'Bing Torque' Android Wear voice assistant now works on your phone

A couple of months ago, Microsoft released a Bing-powered voice assistant app called Torque, and now the same app—which was previously only for Android Wear devices—can be activated at any time on your Android phone itself. 357 more words


Torque, Microsoft's Alternative To "OK Google," Now Works On Android Smartphones

Microsoft this morning has released an app for Android smartphone users called Torque that allows you to shake your phone in order to perform a voice search, similar to Google’s “OK Google.” The difference is that instead of waking up the app with a standard keyword command, it’s the shaking motion that instead does the trick. 496 more words