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Gionee S5.1 Pro Now Official

Posted on: September 4, 2015

Gionee has recently announced the metal-clad S5.1 Pro, a revamped version of the Elife S5.1 which is outfitted with bigger display and beefier processor. Gionee S5.1 Pro specs: 5-inch 2.5D HD display @ 1280x720 pixels, 293ppi Corning Gorilla Glass 4 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6753 octa-core processor ARM Mali-T720 2GB RAM Expandable 16GB internal storage Supports up to 128GB MicroSD card 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash 8-megapixel front camera Dual-SIM 4G/LTE Wi-Fi 802.11ac Bluetooth 4.0 GPS w/ A-GPS 2,400mAh battery Android 5.1 with Amigo UI 3.0 6.35mm (H) Weight: 129g The new Gionee S5.1 Pro is expected to make its market…

Lenovo Outs a Toned Down Version of Vibe P1 with 4000mAh battery

Posted on: September 3, 2015

The Lenovo Vibe P1 is quite the crowd pleaser with its impressive specs sheet and monster battery pack. So much in fact, that it overshadowed its smaller, yet equally notable sibling the Lenovo Vibe P1m. Lenovo Vibe P1m specs: 5-inch HD display, 1280 x 720 @293ppi 1.0GHz MediaTek MT6753P quad-core processor 2GB RAM Expandable 16GB internal storage Supports up to 32GB MicroSD card 13MP rear camera with dual-tone flash 5MP front camera Dual-SIM/dual standby 4G LTE Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n Bluetooth 4.1 LE GPS USB On-The-Go Support 4000mAh battery with Quick Charge Android 5.1 with Vibe UI v2.68 Colors: Onyx Black…

Lenovo Revamps ThinkPad Yoga Lineup with ThinkPad 460 and 260

Posted on: September 3, 2015

When you think of a Lenovo ThinkPad, the first thing that probably comes in to mind is a black and stocky laptop that your boss (maybe even you) lug around the office. The newly-launched Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 260 and its bigger sibling the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 460 are anything but stocky, and it comes in a different color option too. Lenovo’s two new prosumer notebook PCs only have a few notable differences between, the first and possibly the most obvious one is in the display department. The ThinkPad Yoga 260 is the smaller of the two models with a 12.5-inch…

August Gadget Reviews Roundup 2015

Posted on: September 2, 2015

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Yes, it's the start of the -Ber months. And that means Christmas is just a few months away which also means you can now prep your gadget wishlist. But before you do that, let's have a recap of all the gadgets we reviewed last month which includes the Motorola Moto X, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+, Xiaomi Mi 4i, ASUS Zenpad S 8.0, Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, OnePlus 2, and ASUS Zenfone Selfie. Take a look at our Gadget Reviews Roundup for August 2015. Full Review Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 LTE The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 LTE is a…

NextBit Robin: Android Smartphone That Tries To Solve Your Storage Woes

Posted on: September 2, 2015

In the hopes of becoming the next big thing in the Android scene, NextBit, a company that mostly comprises of former members of Android team, took their new smartphone called Robin to Kickstarter to get some crowdsourced funding. The NextBit Robin comes with 32GB internal storage, a typical size for a mid-range smartphone. What sets it apart though from other Android smartphones is that users are provided with free subscription to 100GB of cloud storage and the company’s proprietary software that runs in conjunction with Android Lollipop. NextBit’s software is linked to the company’s cloud server, but unlike other cloud-based…

YouTube Releases #GoogleMissKoNa 360-degree Video for OFWs

Posted on: September 2, 2015

Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) go through a lot of hardships in order to support their loved ones here in the Philippines, but none may be harder than feeling homesick. So in line with the celebration of the National Heroes Day, Google Philippines released a heart-warming music video called #GoogleMissKoNa 360 Video for OFWs for these modern day heroes. According to the search giant’s local arm, #GoogleMissKoNa is the first locally-produced 360-degree video. Users who watches the video on Google Chrome or on Android devices with YouTube app can change the angle of the camera by dragging the screen or using…

Google reveals brand new logo

Posted on: September 2, 2015

Google has just unveiled a new logo just weeks after it restructured the company and became part of a bigger umbrella company called Alphabet. The blue G has been replaced with a 4-color symbol which is still the same set from the old one. Here's the animated version of the new logo. You will already see the changes reflected in almost all Google-related properties, even down to the smallest G+ sharing icon shown in this page.

Alcatel Idol 3 hands-on, first impressions

Posted on: September 1, 2015

Regarded as one of the best smartphones unveiled in this year's CES, the Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 is positioned to be a mid-range multimedia device. The Idol 3 has two versions -- a smaller 4.7-inch handset and a bigger 5.5-inch unit that is powered by a Snapdragon 615 chip. The Idol 3 comes with some pretty interesting features that we have not seen before in any Android phone. The unit is thin and sleek, measuring only 7.4mm on the side. For a 5.5-inch smartphone, the Idol 3 is also very lightweight -- just 141 grams compared to some of is…

Samsung officially announces its Gear S2 smartwatch

Posted on: September 1, 2015

After a Samsung executive teased it online, the South Korean giant officially introduces its newest smartwatch -- the Gear S2. Samsung Gear S2 specs: 1.2-inch circular Super AMOLED display @ 360 x 360 resolution, 302ppi Round rotating bezel 1.0GHz dual-core processor 512MB RAM 4GB internal storage Wi-Fi Bluetooth 4.1 NFC for payments e-SIM for performing functions without a phone Samsung Tizen OS 24-hour activity log (S Health, Nike+ Running) Dust and water resistant 11.4mm thin 250mAh wireless charging battery In addition to those specs, the Samsung Gear S2 also has a 24-hour activity log for users with an active lifestyle as…

Why are there very few remaining ISPs in the Philippines?

Posted on: August 30, 2015

One of the reasons why we experience a sorry state of internet in the Philippines is because of the lack of competition. The number of local players have been reduced to just 2 big parties, and a few smaller ones. Over a decade ago, when dial-up was still thriving, it was the major technology that enabled households to connect to the internet. There were hundreds of domestic internet service providers. This was the question answered by Miguel Paraz in a thread on Quora: When my partners and I started our ISP in 1995, the 64 Kbps leased line to the…