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June 16, 2007

Is Apple slowly embracing Windows?

GigaOM asks why would Apple offer Safari for Windows know that its introduction could very well boomerang back unto itself (vulnerabilities, outrage and of course, the mocking). Om offers some answers and points out to Robert Cringley’s theory.

August 02, 2005

Tracing Back the Philippine’s Blogging History

Blogs have been around almost as internet was introduced in the Philippines in the early parts of 1995. During those times, the early bloggers didn’t have name for what they were doing besides calling it a personal website or an online journal. Back then, if you want to have your own blog, you’d have to […]

June 28, 2014

Nissan turns Gran Turismo 6 car into real-life supercar

During the Goodwood Festival of Speed in UK, Nissan unveiled the real-life version of the Concept 2020 Vision GT that was originally set to be a supercar for the game Gran Turismo 6. It is a complete and detailed version of the in-game racing car right from its ventilated hood down to the four-wheel drive chassis.

February 01, 2014

January Gadget Reviews Roundup 2014

And just like that, the first month of the new year is officially over. But before we welcome February and gear up for Valentine’s Day, let’s take a look at the gadget reviews we’ve done last month. This includes the Google Nexus 5, three Cherry Mobile smartphones, an NVidia Shield, and a GoPro Hero+.

January 25, 2014

GoPro Hero 3+ Review

GoPro has been known for making one of the most popular outdoor cameras for a long time — they’re small and light-weight, can withstand extreme conditions, has great wide-angle lens and has the widest available accessories and add-ons. Check out our full review of the GoPro Hero 3+ below.

January 24, 2014

How to hide certain Tweets/Posts from your feed

I know that most of you have already come across the news about Justin Bieber’s mugshot released by the Miami PD because of his recent arrest for DUI and drag racing. Now, if you’re as fed up as I am about seeing posts or tweets about it, then you might want to try out these […]

January 21, 2014

Asphalt 8: Airborne Now Free on Windows Store

Gameloft has recently made their latest racing game called Asphalt 8: Airborne free to download on the Windows Phone Store.

September 16, 2013

Cherry Mobile Cosmos Z Review

Cherry Mobile is perhaps the most aggressive of all local phone brands. This is evident with their frequent product launches and the introduction of the Cosmos series, specifically the Cosmos Z. Check our full review of the Cherry Mobile Cosmos Z after the jump.

August 21, 2013

Asphalt 8: Airborne due tomorrow

The latest iteration of Gameloft’s car racing title, Asphalt 8: Airborne, is set to hit the two biggest app marketplaces (Google Play Store and Apple iTunes) tomorrow and, based on the game teasers, it seems that A8 has the makings to be the best racing game on the mobile platform to date.

May 20, 2013

O+ 8.15 Review

It looks like the new standard for a flagship phone is now pegged at 5-inches and comes with a quad-core chip. That’s where the O+ 8.15 is sitting at right now. Check out our full review after the break.

November 09, 2012

Lenovo K860 Review

Lenovo is starting to make itself known in the world of Android smartphones. Literally, inching its way up by introducing a wide variety of handsets starting with the 3.5-inch A60+ all the way to the 5-inch S880. Lenovo’s latest entry is the K860 – a phablet that sports a quad-core processor and an 8 megapixel […]

October 31, 2012

NFS: Most Wanted now available on iOS and Android

Criterion Games, a subsidiary of Electronic Arts, has recently announced the availability of the Need For Speed: Most Wanted on Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

September 27, 2012

Here’s how Google celebrates 25B app downloads

Since its launch four years ago, Google’s service has reached the 25-billion mark of total app downloads with no signs of slowing down. To show their gratitude for this remarkable feat, the search giant will be bringing the price of selected apps down to $0.25 (PhP10.44) a pop.

July 21, 2012

Rumor: Canon EOS M is Canon’s first MFT camera?

All the while we thought that there’s only a slim chance that Canon would enter the mirrorless market because they were doing so well with their DSLR lineup and their point-and-shoot. That is, until we heard of rumors that an MFT camera is already on the works.

July 14, 2012

RIM snubs Android, open to license BB OS instead

Despite the steep decline and continuous struggle to keep things in tow, Research in Motion CEO Thorsten Heins still has faith in reviving the once thriving Blackberry empire.

December 01, 2011

HTC Evo 3D Review

The HTC Evo 3D separates itself from the rest of the smartphone pack by including two 5MP rear cameras to produce stereoscopic 3D images and videos. Like the high-end LED TVs we’ve seen lately, the 3D rendering is either regarded as a gimmick or the next big thing in entertainment. Check out our full review […]

May 13, 2010

Samsung Wave Price and Launch Date

So I shared my first impressions of the upcoming Samsung Wave S8500 last week and gave a possible price-point. Turns out it’s cheaper than we’ve expected.

December 21, 2008

Cyberzone opens at Mall of Asia

Those who are usually looking for some gadget hunting in Cyberzone at SM Megamall but find it very far to visit will be pleased to know a new one has just been opened at the Mall of Asia.

September 28, 2008

Mobile Phones as GPS Tracker

The other night, I bumped into Marc & Sharm while driving along EDSA. They invited me to follow them home for a couple round of drinks. It was almost midnight and since I’m not familiar with their area in Mandaluyong, I thought I’d record our route with the GPS on my phone.

May 07, 2008

World Cyber Games 2008

WCG 2008 is on. The Cyber Game Festival will be held in Cologne, Germany this year and the Philippine contingent better make it to the finals this time. Spent the whole afternoon at City Kart Racing to attend the press launch of the 2008 World Cyber Games, and of course some kart racing.

July 18, 2007

MacDells: Serving OS X on a PC

What better way for Apple to gain more Mac switchers, increase its market share, and earn more revenues than by licensing the OS X? Makes sense, IMO. Besides, Apple seems to be slowly embracing Windows. David Berlind of ZDNet thinks so too:

January 03, 2006

7 + 1 Habits of a Highly Effective Blogger

The Seven Habits of a Highly Effective Blogger, and one. Focus and set some goals. Don’t spread your topic too thinly that readers might get confused what your blog is all about. Your blog title and description should fall true with at least 80% of your post. Realistic goals allows you to achieve milestones that […]

June 13, 2005

Someone got into one of my credit cards.

Darn, and double-darn. A rep from my card company just called me up and told me the shocking news. One of my cards have been extensively used just this week-end. Yes, mutiple charges into one credit card from different locations across the US. It was very suspicious so they called me up to verify these […]

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