The jig is up. Once a rumor, Nintendo has finally popped the lid open on the Nintendo Switch Lite. It’s…
Shopee is now my go-to e-Commerce store! Ever since they set up shop in the Philippines (pun intended), I always make sure that I browse their sellers' and official shops' catalogs once in a while. Compared to 2015 when they first launched in the Philippines, the number of stores they have has grown quite significantly. Today,
We all know O+ USA as a as a local brand which sells fair quality handsets for the budget segment.…
I just had the most digitally disconnected Sinulog weekend. I didn’t have consistent internet connection for 4 days as the…
Kim Pauig never wanted photojournalism. She only got into it because she wanted to own a DSLR camera. She got…
Before we wrap up our 2015 Gadget Pilipinas Awards, allow me to share with you our top articles this year. It was a wild and awesome year for us , and I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for dropping by our site.
Relying on auto-translation solutions can sometime dumb people down. Learning a language is a sought after skill by companies; and it’s something that isn’t far from reach.
I was a video game pirate; and I’ve got plenty of realizations to share.
Tempus fugit – time flies. 2013 is about to end. As witnesses of this year’s technological feats, we have seen how capable humans are to innovate and bring “the future” closer to our midst.
SEO, Ease-of-use and engagement are some of the things that web developers and even bloggers must consider when setting up websites. But, there is one digital trend must not be neglected. What is this?
Filipinos are rapidly embracing the smartphone culture. Thanks to local mobile phone companies such as Cherry Mobile. But what’s next for Cherry Mobile?
Purchasing tickets using my rewards points wasn’t actually cumbersome. It’s definitely one of the best things that Globe did for its subscribers.
On this article: possible discount for telco switchers in the Philippines and other devices that may be launched tomorrow.
This is the last part of the 2-part articles “What To Expect When You’re Expecting The New iPhone”. Part 1 can be found here: https://www.gadgetpilipinas.net/2012/09/what-to-expect-when-youre-expecting-the-new-iphone/.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen – March 7 is fast approaching. The follow-up to the mighty iPad 2 will soon be unveiled, and all we could do now is to make up some rumors or declare how it looks, feels and performs. Today, allow me to fearlessly predict how the next iPad would look like, perform and be named. Of course, this article will become deprecated once the next iPad is finally unveiled. Well, it’s just me – a geek, having fun. Who knows? Come March 8, 2012, we’d all realize that I could be right after all.
Last night, I told my wife that it would be ideal that Steve Jobs would make the announcement of the iPad 3 in March and iPhone 5 in June 2012 to create and post significant mark to the total view and value of Apple, unless he dies before the year ends. And then, the unfortunate event happened this morning – Steve Jobs died. What would the world do without him? Read on.
You still haven’t decided what to get – tablet or a netbook? This article may help you weed out your confusions.