TechRap: Starmobile Flirt vs Cherry Mobile Flame 2.0
MANILA, Philippines - On Episode 28 of TechRap we have another smartphone battle for you - this time it's between the Starmobile Diamond and the Cherry Mobile Flame 2.0 - another two budget Android phones worth looking into! Other news include Samsung's new Galaxy Tab 3 and new versions of iOS and Mac OS X expected at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Samsung announces Nexus 7 competitor the Galaxy Tab 3
ATIV Windows line expanded & Side Sync
HTC to release mid-range version of HTC One the HTC M4
Will we see iOS-inspired Mac OS X 10.9 at WWDC 2013?
APP OF THE WEEK:
Adera for Windows 8
SMARTPHONE BATTLE: Cherry Flame 2.0 vs StarMobile Flirt
Watch the show for Question #4 in our Samsung Galaxy S4 Contest. Don't worry we haven't posted questions number 1-3 yet. We'll announce full contest mechanics soon, we're just waiting for feedback from the DTI.
TechRap will give way to Rappler's coverage of the 2013 midterm elections. We'll be back on Sunday May 19, 2013.
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Episode 27: Samsung Ativ Smart PC Pro
Episode 26: Swimming with the Sony Xperia Z
Episode 25: Facebook Home, LG Optimus G Pro
Episode 24: iPad mini vs Galaxy Note 8
Episode 23: Otterbox Armor 'Confidence Test'
Episode 22: BlackBerry Z10 Review
Episode 21: Samsung Galaxy S4
Episode 20: Facebook News Feed Hands On
Episode 19: Highlights from Mobile World Congress 2013
Episode 18: Take a look through Google Glass
Episode 17: LINE app - messaging the sticks
Episode 16: PlayStation 4 and Mailbox app
Episode 15: BlackBerry makes a comeback
Episode 14: Samsung Galaxy Camera, the Android digicam
Episode 13: Facebook Graph Search Demo & Nexus 4 Review
Episode 12: The Best of CES 2013
Episode 11: iPhone 6 & Samsung Galaxy S4 rumors
Episode 10: Top 10 Tech Stories of 2012
Episode 9: The Best Social Media Moments of 2012
Episode 8: Photo App War Chronicles
Episode 7: Globe, Smart LTE shootout
Episode 3: Dragon Baby's secrets & iPad mini unboxed
Episode 2: New Windows Phone 8, old skeuomorphic iOS
Episode 1: Bad Piggies meet the Galaxy Note 2