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April 01, 2014

HTC Gluuv, a high-tech glove with an 87.2MP camera

HTC has just announced its latest wearable tech that integrates with the new HTC One (M8) and sports a whopping 87.2 megapixel camera – the HTC Gluuv.

April 11, 2013

ZTE Geek packs 2GHz dual-core Intel Clover Trail+

More and more handset are now trying out Intel’s Atom chips for their handset. The latest announcement is from ZTE with the ZTE Geek packing a dual-core 2.0GHz processor.

October 19, 2010

Why developers love iOS more than Android?

The other day, Rovio released their popular Angry Birds game on the Android Market. It immediately got 1 million downloads on day one and has over 2 million by now. What’s more intriguing is that this $0.99 app on the iPhone is offered free on Android.

January 07, 2008

Why Microsoft loves so many flavors?

A lot of people are either perplexed, amused or just totally annoyed with the dozens of flavors of several major Microsoft products. It could be some weird voodoo, a shrewd business strategy or a complicated marketing gimmick, nobody really knows except the guys over at Redmond.

May 03, 2007

5 Fine Things I Love About Netvibes

Whenever I can, I try to encourage friends and fellow bloggers to use Netvibes. I think it’s one of the coolest Web 2.0 app out there. So, in order to persuade them into using a feed reader, I also highlight other uses of Netvibes as a start page. Still, I’m interested in them using it […]

August 22, 2006

Effective TLA Affiliate Banners and More Link Love

Patrick Gavin of Text Link Ads sent in a newsletter promoting a new batch of TLA Affiliate Banners. The sample below shows the $100 Free Promotion ad: According to him, these set of banners are high performing and have been converting very well. Will give this one a try and see how it goes. In […]

June 09, 2006

You gotta love DOTA AllStars

I rekindled my love, err… addiction, with Warcraft and the whole gang (DOTA Online). For the past several days, I’ve been up whole night playing Warcraft with my brother until we couldn’t bear the early morning sun. And yes, I get really frustrated with my brother who doesn’t know how the whole art of playing […]

January 28, 2006

Thanks for the link love!

I know it’s still very early in the contest but I’d still want to send shout-outs to all those who came to aid me in my quest for the “v7ndotcom elursrebmem blog4charity project“. I am no SEO expert but I believe that those who linked to me gave me a good fighting chance to get […]

January 20, 2006

Apple loves M$ more than Intel

While suffering from heavy colds and a flu in the past 4 days, I took some time listening to some of the newer podcasts I forgot to download last week. One included the MacWorld Expo 2006 coverage of This Week in Tech (TWiT). If you haven’t seen the entire video (or only relied on Engadget […]

January 08, 2006

Link Love Request

I appreciate those who took their time to link to my blog every time they mention me in their entries or permanently add my URL on their blogrolls.

November 01, 2005

For the Love of Blogging

Every once in a while, I receive emails from people who stumble upon my blog and got hooked. They tell me how they got to my blog and why they liked it and eventually add me to their daily reads or RSS feeds. For those who do not blog yet, (most of the time) I […]

September 21, 2005

My Renewed Love for Photography

It’s been over a month that I have not used my Canon Ixus 30 to my enjoyment. Thanks to my new-found subject(s), I’m again inspired to experiment. The cute puppy’s name is Genious. The two young deers are Sunny and Sky, very apt by the colors of their fur. (Wait a sec, are they really […]

April 19, 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 meets the Barrett M107A1

The Samsung Galaxy S5 has always been regarded as a toughie thanks to its resistance against water, shock and minor scratches. But these things are nothing compared what Richard Ryan aka the “Tech Assassin” did to Sammy’s flagship handset.

April 15, 2014

Oppo Find 7a gets TWRP custom recovery

The Philippines is one of the first few countries to see the Oppo Find 7a as it is not yet released in the United States. After a week of its local launch, a TWRP custom recovery is now supported by the device thanks to developers. Now, users of the Find 7a can manually backup and […]

April 01, 2014

March Gadget Reviews Roundup 2014

April is finally here folks, it’s the perfect month to hit the beach and enjoy your summer vacation. But before you do that let’s have a recap of all the gadgets we’ve reviewed last month. This includes the Starmobile Diamond X1 and the Cherry Mobile Cosmos Z2. Read our Gadget Reviews Roundup for the month […]

March 28, 2014

MS Office Mobile now free on iPhone and Android

Along with the release of Office for iPad, Microsoft is now making Office Mobile free on the iPhone and Android smartphones.

March 28, 2014

Microsoft Office now available for the iPad

Microsoft has just announced that its popular productivity suite, Office (Word, PowerPoint and Excel), is now available for the iPad.

March 27, 2014

Jays a-JAYS One Review: the earphones we deserve

I wasn’t enthusiastic about earphones before this review; I’m usually more into speakers or headphones when it came to audio – then along came the a-JAYS One. For all my life, I have always stuck with the earphones that came with my devices and the cheap generic ones, but after listening to music with this, […]

March 24, 2014

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact Review

Phone manufacturers have steadily increased the sizes of their screens from the 3.5 – 4 inches two years ago, to the current norm of 5 to 5.5 inches. Sony bucks the trend with its Xperia Z1 Compact.

March 13, 2014

ASUS locally launches Fonepad 7 dual-SIM for Php8,995

An update to the company’s 7-inch tablet, the ASUS Fonepad 7 dual-SIM makes its way to the Philippine shores carrying both tablet and phone functions with its dual-SIM capabilities. It has an HD display, dual-core processor, and 3G connectivity. Get to know more about it after the break.

March 11, 2014

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact: The Mini Review

Sony’s response to the watered-down “Mini” versions of other brands is the Xperia Z1 Compact. While smaller in size, it is by no means weaker in hardware. In fact, it’s almost the same as the flagship Xperia Z1 launch several months ago.

March 10, 2014

Funny and amazing stuff about tech in the Philippines

From being the text messaging capital of the world to becoming one of the top IT outsourcing hubs in the planet, the Philippines has certainly achieved a lot especially when it comes to anything that involves tech. For that we’re going to list some of the funny and amazing stuff about the technology industry in […]

March 09, 2014

Starmobile Diamond X1 Review

Launched only in January, the Starmobile Diamond X1 is the 1st octa-core phone released by a local brand in the Philippines. With its octa-core processor, 6-inch IPS 720p screen, 2GB RAM, let’s take a look if the X1 has the potential to be the best locally branded phablet. Here’s our full review.

March 08, 2014

JAYS t-JAYS One Earphones Review

Looking for a good pair of dynamic high-fidelity in-ear headphones that pack warm sounds with deep bass? If yes, then the t-JAYS One by JAYS might be the one you’re looking for. Check out our hands-on review below.

March 06, 2014

Throwback Thursday: YugaTech’s top old-school phones

Since we’re feeling a bit nostalgic, we took a trip down memory lane to show you a list of phones that rocked our socks back in the days. Here are YugaTech’s top old-school phones. Got something to add to our list?

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