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June 29, 2014

Bose SoundLink Mini Quick Review

Portability and sound quality are the two imperative factors when it comes to compact, Bluetooth speakers. Some speakers are light and can be easily carried in a small bag, but then sound quality suffers due to weak drivers. Some are equipped with full-sized drivers that give off high quality music, but are too bulky to […]

May 19, 2014

Bose SoundLink III Review

Along with the SoundTouch 20, we also received the Bose SoundLink III a couple of weeks back for review. And after using it as our daily driver, we’re ready to share with you guys our full review of this portable wireless speaker.

May 17, 2014

Bose SoundTouch 20 Review

Bose already has lots of different speaker models for varying usage but the SoundTouch series is something new for the company. This lineup specializes in multi-room setup that all connects using Wi-Fi. What we have is the SoundTouch 20 which sits in the middle of SoundTouch Portable and SoundTouch 30. See what sets it apart […]

February 17, 2014

Google buys SlickLogin – uses sound waves, not passwords

There have been many cases of hacking Internet sites due to stolen passwords. What if your way of securely getting inside is by using unique sound waves? This is what SlickLogin is about, and they have just been bought by Google.

June 14, 2013

HTC Butterfly S spotted with BoomSound

The HTC Butterfly was one of the first phones to pack a 1080p display, and now we might be seeing an update to it – the HTC Butterfly S.

December 16, 2012

Google updates Search for Android, adds Sound Search

Google has just enhanced their Search app by integrating Sound Search for Google Play feature that allows the app to provide relevant results based on the rhythm it tuned in to.

August 27, 2012

Soundfreaq Platform Speakers Review

The Soundfreaq Platform (SFQ-01A) has been out in the market since late 2010 but it’s only until recently that this iPhone/iPod dock has been released locally.

August 02, 2012

Soundfreaq SoundKick Review

SoundKick SFQ-04 is the latest portable speaker from the fairly new audio equipment manufacturer SoundFreaq. Let’s see what it’s all about on our full review.

June 22, 2012

Unboxing the Krave Multimedia Soundbar

Got this interesting piece of equipment from Filmographia, a local developer and distributor of the Krave Multimedia Soundbar. It looks just like a typical soundbar that works like a 2.1 speaker and subwoofer set but there’s actually more to it.

March 20, 2012

App in Focus: SoundHound, music search & discovery

Have you experienced having a tune or a song stuck in your head, but struggling to know the title of the song? Or did you hear a song that you’ve never heard before and got so interested with it that you want to know its title and who sang it. It happened to me one […]

May 09, 2011

Creative Zii Sound D5

The Zii Sound D5 belongs to Creative’s top-tier flagship speakers line-up — it’s both an iPod/iPhone docking station and a wireless speaker system.

June 20, 2010

Logitech Z523 does 360-degree sounds

When Logitech signed up to be an advertiser on this blog, I was curious what they’d be launching in the Philippines. I had a hunch it would be some sort of speakers so when the banner ads came out and said they’re 360-degree speakers, I checked out the stores for them.

April 06, 2008

Does anyone buy Sound Cards anymore?

Is this industry dying or just become more narrow? Sound cards nowadays are mostly built into the motherboard (brand comes to mind is Realtek) and they’re already good enough with some having 5.1 surround sound while others have up to 8 channels.

September 30, 2014

Microsoft roundup: Windows ‘TH’, Hardware Conference, and more

We are a few hours away from what will be the unveiling of Microsoft’s newest operating system, and here’s what to expect tonight.

September 30, 2014

First working Project Ara coming this December, runs modified Android L

The people over at Phonebloks just updated their blog that says Google’s Project Ara is right on track for its January 2015 release. To show its progress, there’s going to be a second dev conference by the end of the year where a fully-functioning Ara phone prototype will make its very first appearance. It is […]

September 29, 2014

Get Gizmo’d: YugaTech, Geeky Nights host first gadget bazaar

Technology website Yugatech and Podcast website Geeky Nights will host their first electronic bazaar, the Gadget District, at this holiday season’s Trendsetter’s Bazaar, a comprehensive offering with trendy finds in fashion, lifestyle and electronics.

September 29, 2014

Acer Liquid E700 first impressions

Acer is notable nowadays for its aggressive promotion with its new smartphone and tablet lineup across all forms of media. Among those launched along with all other Acer gadgets in the country last August 30 is the E39, more known as the Liquid E700, packed with three sim slots and a huge battery capacity. We got a […]

September 29, 2014

Veho Muvi K2 Review

Here we are again with another action camera on our hands. After comparing the GoPro Hero 3+ and its look-alike the Php5K Playground Cam100, let’s take a look at what the Veho Muvi K2 has to offer.

September 27, 2014

Ekotek Ekoplay Bluetooth Speaker first impressions

Along with the Ekotab Encore tablets, Ekotek has also sent us this small Bluetooth speaker, the Ekoplay. This portable speaker is designed for those who want to give their smartphone or tablet a sound boost without breaking the bank. Find out what we think of the device by reading our first impressions below.

September 26, 2014

Redfox CnL M1X speakers Quick Review

Speakers come in different sizes and shapes. There are big ones, small ones, square, circle, you name it. But these Bluetooth speakers offer something a little bit more unique: It takes on a headphones’ form factor and instead of having earcups, speakers with dedicated woofers are found. Is the Redfox CnL (Clear and Loud) M1X […]

September 26, 2014

YugaTech’s guide to Smart’s 30MB free internet

Good news of the day for all Smart, Sun Cellular, and Talk and Text prepaid subscribers: You’ve got free internet courtesy of the chairman, MVP himself! Bad news, though: It’s only allocated at 30MB per day. We give you a short guide in using your free mobile data and save a few bytes in the […]

September 25, 2014

ASUS ROG Crossblade Ranger Review

AMD’s Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) has been around for quite some time already, but it’s only recently that ASUS released the Crossblade Ranger – the company’s first Republic of Gamers (RoG) motherboard that supports both A88X chipset and FM2+ socket. Head past the break to check out our full review of this gaming-centric MoBo.

September 24, 2014

Kata M2 Review

The Kata M2 is the company’s current Android flagship that sports a large 5.5-inch display, MediaTek quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, dual-SIM capabilities, and Android KitKat. It is currently priced at under Php8k which makes it an enticing offering for those who are in a tight budget for a phablet. But is the M2 worth […]

September 24, 2014

OnePlus introduces Silver Bullet Earphones

OnePlus has introduced their latest accessory to complement their OnePlus One smartphone – the Silver Bullet Earphones.

September 23, 2014

Xiaomi Redmi Note’s successor to battle Meizu MX4?

We liked the Redmi Note’s good performance and affordable price during our time with it. Now, Xiaomi’s recent reports point to its successor looking to take on the spec-heavy Meizu MX4 in terms of internals.

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