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Christine Torralba

Christine Torralba has been a freelance writer for the past couple of years. While most of her work has been ghostwritten, she has also contributed articles to magazines such as SPARK, Monday, Vault and Epic. In her spare time, she cooks, takes photos of food, and manages to write about it on her food blog.

Christine's Posts

FTC: Kids Need to Have More Protection when Using Apps

Today, the FTC has required both Apple and Android to do more in protecting the apps their young consumers buy for their mobile devices. FTC has examined a number of mobile ...
by Christine TorralbaFebruary 17, 20123

Adobe Revel Importer Now on Android

Adobe Revel has just announced its availability in the Android Market. With this, users are now able to access their Android’s photo library anytime they need ...
by Christine TorralbaFebruary 17, 2012

Fujitsu Roadmap Reveals Plans for this Year

When it comes to technology, Fujitsu is one of those who have established a household name for itself. So when we found the brand’s latest roadmap, we only felt the ...
by Christine TorralbaFebruary 17, 2012

Sorry Folks, Asus Transformer Ice Cream Sandwich Update Happening on March Instead

If you’re the owner of an Asus Transformer tablet and waiting for the Ice Cream Sandwich update, you may just have to wait a little longer. Despite our recent report ...
by Christine TorralbaFebruary 17, 20124

HP CEO: Android will be Closed-Source in the Future

Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman believes that webOS can play an important role in the future as an open-source mobile operating system. Once Google successfully purchases ...
by Christine TorralbaFebruary 16, 20124

Confirmed: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet Does Exist

Less than 10 days before the Mobile World Congress, Samsung accidentally leaked an invitation containing information about a rumored smartphone-tablet hybrid. With its ...
by Christine TorralbaFebruary 16, 20124

Acer Iconia Tab A510 Details Revealed, Coming in March

We now have a few more details on the latest Acer tablet which the company recently teased us with back in CES 2012, the Iconia Tab A510. So now we have more than just the ...
by Christine TorralbaFebruary 16, 2012

HTC Rebrands Devices as One S and X, Launching at MWC

With the Mobile World Congress a mere 10 days away, we’re getting excited to look at the new stuff we’ll be seeing at Barcelona! One of the things we’re looking ...
by Christine TorralbaFebruary 16, 20121

Samsung Isn’t Worried by Apple iTV, Still Offers the Best Picture Quality

In an interview with Pocket-Link, Chris Moseley Samsung’s AV Product Manager is not a bit worried about the rumored Apple iTV.  “We’ve not seen what they’ve done but ...
by Christine TorralbaFebruary 16, 20121

Google Spending $120 Million on Secret Test Labs + Googleplex Expansion

Google is currently maxing out its credit cards by paying over $120 million for construction projects in its headquarters, Mountain View. At this time, Google is being ...
by Christine TorralbaFebruary 15, 20123
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