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September 15, 2014

ASUS Transformer Book T200 lands, priced at Php24,984

The successor of the Transformer Book T100, conveniently called the Transformer Book T200, is now available locally and is currently being retailed for Php24,984.

April 04, 2014

THL launches T200, priced at Php14,999

Following the successful debut of the T100 aka Monkey King II in the local market, Novo7 Tech (official distributor of THL in the country) has formally launched THL T200 (Cyborg) – a 6-inch smartphone powered by eight (8) Cortex-A7 processor.

July 17, 2009

Gateway LT2003i & LT3102i spotted, priced

Acer is positioning the Gateway brand as its stylish counter-part so whenever we see an Aspire One out the door, expect a corresponding Gateway LT netbooks to follow suit. Spotted at an Asianic store yesterday are the 10.1″ Gateway LT2003i and the 11.6″ Gateway LT3102i.

June 30, 2014

Philippine Net Speed now at 2.1Mbps, up from 1.4Mbps

During the first quarter of 2013, Akamai reports that average Philippine Internet Speed was at 1.4Mbps. One year later (Q1 2014), the average internet speed jumped to 2.1Mbps or about 49% increase year-on-year.

April 28, 2014

THL W200s: 5-inch, octa-core for Php10,999

Novo 7 Tech has announced on their Facebook page that one of their latest octa-core offerings, the THL W200s, will go on sale next month at Php10,999.

April 21, 2014

List of octa-core Android smartphones in the Philippines

Planning to buy an Android smartphone that runs on all eights? If yes then take a look at our list of octa-core Android smartphones that are currently being sold here in the Philippines.

April 07, 2014

Hands-on with the THL T100S

During the THL Cyborg launch, we also got to play around with its smaller sibling, the THL T100S aka Monkey King II. Check out our first impression of this handset, as well as its benchmark test results, right after the break.

September 20, 2012

Smart responds to Globe’s NTC story

So here we go, Smart has made a statement regarding the study conducted by NTC about network performance/benchmarks. The statement refutes Globe’s original press release. The full statement is posted below.

January 23, 2012

Sony-Ericsson Phone Price List in the Philippines

The price list of phones below were taken from Mega Exchange Store in the Mall of Asia last January 5, 2012. Prices might change and they usually go down but these are the best cash-only deals we’ve see so far for Sony Ericsson: Sony Ericsson W200i – Php5,200 Sony Ericsson T200 – Php4,900 Sony Ericsson […]

September 18, 2011

Acer Iconia A100 in the flesh, first impressions

Found this 7-inch Acer Iconia A100 Honeycomb tablet in one of the stores in Mongkok yesterday. It’s one of those rare finds among the dozen or so tablets available locally.

September 11, 2011

Toshiba Thrive AT100 priced at Php28,990

Toshiba’s very own Android tablet is coming to the Philippines very soon. The Honeycomb tablet, the Toshiba Thrive AT100, has been priced at Php28,990 for the 32GB WiFi model.

August 28, 2011

Lenovo IdeaPad K1 tablet hit stores for Php24,995

Lenovo’s very own Android Honeycomb tablet, the IdeaPad K1, just hit the local stores this week-end and selling for Php24,995.

June 12, 2011

Cherry Mobile Phones Price List Philippines for June 2011

With true dual SIM capabilities and a suite of other top end features, the new collection of mobile phones under the Cherry Mobile brand bring next-generation connectivity to Filipino consumers at incredibly affordable prices. Cherry Mobile showcases its first handset range this 2009. Consisting of four new handsets, each range suits every type of user […]

September 05, 2009

11.6″ Gateway EC1801i MiniNote

Gateway dropped the AMD Athlon CPU for an Intel SU3500 on their 11.6 inch mini-notebook. The Gateway EC1801i SU3500 MiniNote has almost the same look as the Gateway LT3102i Ultra Slim Laptop.

July 21, 2009

Netbooks: Higher than 1024×600 resolution?

One of my more nagging problems with a lot of locally available netbooks is the low resolution screen. While 1024 x 600 pixels is fine for regular web browsing, there are important softwares out there that require higher resolution and just wouldn’t work with most netbooks.

July 12, 2009

Sony-Ericsson Phone Price List in the Philippines

The price list of phones below were taken from Mega Exchange Store in the Mall of Asia last January 5, 2009. Prices might change and they usually go down but these are the best cash-only deals we’ve see so far for Sony Ericsson: Sony Ericsson W200i – Php5,200 Sony Ericsson T200 – Php4,900 Sony Ericsson […]

June 04, 2007

Accessing GMail via POP

I’ve already consolidated all my email accounts into GMail and while I only need one login to access all emails, it’s always full of new ones and I end up not being able to answer all of them in a timely manner. This gets worse if I’m away on a trip as I don’t get […]

December 30, 2006

What’s so wrong with Microsoft’s Acer Ferrari gift?

A lot of people are screaming bloody murder with that Acer Ferrari laptop loaded with Vista which Microsoft sent as gifts to top bloggers. What is so wrong about that? A gift is a gift is a gift. If Google is sending their top Adwords customers and Adsense Publishers gifts every Christmas, and hardware companies […]

November 10, 2006

Bloggers on Press Conferences?

Last Monday I received an invitation for a press conference by a local company named Exist. The letter mentioned about them being voted in ZDNet Asia’s Top 100 Techno Visionaries Award 2006 and being the first Filipino company conferred the Red Herring Asia 100 Award. Exist’s corporate blog can be found here. So I emailed […]

January 28, 2006

Delayed Friday Round-Up

Was out the whole Friday afternoon/evening as Marc and I visited The House on a Hill in Antipolo. I got my long overdue gift (a fruit cake!) and was able to taste party food from the recipe blog. Thus, this will come in as a delayed Friday round-up… Some guy named John Rana texted me […]

January 16, 2006

What makes a credible blog awards?

I was just listening to the live@usa.ph podcast a while ago and heard about Kid Flash X talking about the Philippine Blog Awards and how it basically sucked (he calls it bogus). Trying to be as objective as he can and trying to pretend he’s not sourgraping (which he isn’t really), Rickey questioned the credibility […]

September 04, 2005

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YugaTech.com, the domain, has been online and running as a blog since October 2002. The blog, however, was relaunched as a technology blog on April 2005. The site has been covered as news source, featured in a number of publications and news sites, as well as interviews that include Inq7.net Inquirer.net, Manila Bulletin, Business Mirror, […]

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