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November 05, 2013

6 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Buying a Gadget

Christmas bonus? 13th month pay? This means gadget shopping for geeks out there this coming holiday season. But along with it comes the challenge, what gadget should I buy? So before you go on a gadget hunt you might want to ask yourself these six questions before you make your purchase.

December 22, 2012

YugaTech Great Gadget Giveaway 2012

Every end of the year since 3 years ago, we’d mount a huge giveaway to our readers here in YugaTech as well are our Twitter followers and Facebook Fans. This year is no exception and we’re giving away more than 30 gadgets and accessories.

July 09, 2012

Top 10 Smartphones on a Php20,000 budget

Last week, we shared with you our top 10 smartphones on a Php10k budget. Today, we’re kicking it up a notch with our list of 10 smartphones that fit a Php20k budget. Check out our list to see which ones made it.

December 31, 2011

The Top 25 Gadget Reviews on YugaTech for 2011

This is part of my year-ender series for 2011. We’ve done a ton of gadget reviews for 2011 and one of the key indicators that a gadget is hot or very interesting is by the number of pageviews it gets thru the years. Check out which devices got the most hits in 2011 after the […]

April 07, 2010

Nokia E66, E71 finally get Ovi Maps

When Nokia announced back in January that it will make Ovi Maps with Turn-by-Turn Navigation free for its customers, I was a bit disappointed by the limited number of handsets that they supported.

January 25, 2010

CPU Rating: Windows Experience Index

For the longest time, we’re all still confused about the performance of a lot of netbooks and CULV ultraportable notebooks sporting low-power CPUs. Though not very accurate, I’d say the Windows Experience Index sub-score of the CPU gives us a good perspective on the processor’s capabilities.

March 16, 2009

How to avoid gadget theft?

I’ve been told about several incidents of gadget theft (specifically laptops) and was asked to write about how to avoid being a victim, especially if you carry them around in your car.

June 27, 2008

ICANN to open tons of new top level Domain Names

In a landmark move, ICANN has approved the introduction of a whole range of new names introduced to the Internet’s addressing system.

January 21, 2008

Blog Brokering or Affiliate Marketing in the Philippines

While everyone else is preaching about how to use blogging and SEO to gain and maximize revenue from AdSense, Kontera, TLA, Chitika and other related programs, I met a few newbies who are into the blogging business or what I’d call blog brokering.

June 11, 2007

Folding @ Home Distributed Computing

Been running Folding@Home (FAH) for a couple of weeks now from two PCs – one on my 1.66GHz Core 2 Duo laptop and on my AMD 64 X2 3800+ desktop. If you have idle PCs around, you can be a part of this too: Folding@home is a distributed computing project designed to perform computationally intensive […]

June 07, 2007

Site Hacking and Contingency Plans

Every once in a while, I’d receive text messages or emails from bloggers and website owners asking for advice whenever their site is hacked. Being a blogger myself running dozens of sites and also a web hosting provider, hacking/cracking and other exploits are not new to me. We’ve experienced them on so many occasions and […]

February 18, 2007

Track Adsense Clicks via MyBlogLog

I believe this is one of the oldest features on MyBlogLog (MBL). I remember seeing the old version of this when MBL was still just a click-tracking service. Now, you can still check the outgoing and incoming links, only that, MBL also tracks the number of clicks on a per Adsense Channel basis. This will […]

December 07, 2006

Appreciating technology back home…

In my recent travels, both local and abroad, the number one concern I always have is connectivity. Back home in the Philippines, we’re lucky to get GPRS or 3G connectivity and can practically be anywhere in the 7,107 islands and still be hooked online somehow. When your daily chores are dependent on the availability of […]

November 18, 2006

Tips on getting Direct Advertisers

Quite a number of people have been asking me for some time now how I get direct advertisers on my several of the blogs and sites I run. First, let me clarify that it’s not an easy feat to attract advertisers. In fact, in the last year alone, only about 2 out of 5 inquiries […]

August 04, 2006

How to get a DOST SEI Travel Clearance

So, ok. A friend brought me to NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) yesterday to introduce me to her friend who works there. We asked for advise on how to get my NBI clearance quickly without the hassle of falling in line only to learn if I’m still on the hold departure list, again. Unfortunately, there […]

November 21, 2014

Five Android Launchers We Love to Use

You might be wondering when we made our “25 Mobile Apps You Need to Download” post yesterday that a category is missing: Home replacement apps, or launchers in layman terms. We felt it deserve another post, so here are a few of those launcher apps that can actually make your everyday smartphone fiddling easy and intuitive.

June 18, 2014

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 Review

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is one of the two new tablets that the South Korean company launched last Friday, June 13, during the Samsung Galaxy Premiere 2014 event. And after giving you guys a quick preview of its exterior, we think its time familiarize ourselves with the other aspects of this 8.4-inch tablet […]

May 26, 2014

UP24 by Jawbone Review

The first time we actively used a smart armband was the UP by Jawbone back in January. The promise was simple and easy — track your daily activity, from number of steps to number of hours of deep sleep, sync them to the cloud and access them via your Android or iOS smartphone.

May 19, 2014

Cherry Mobile Omega Spectrum Review

Cherry Mobile got into some curious discussion when it announced the CM Omega Spectrum that is powered by a quad-core Broadcom chip. It’s the first time the processor was used by the local handset brand so it was interesting to learn of its performance compare to the more popular Mediatek chips. Check out our full […]

May 09, 2014

Parrot Zik by Starck Review

Last time we gave you guys a quick tour of the Parrot Zik and some of its nice set of features that made it a standout among the other premium headphones in the market. Now, we’re here to see (or hear) if these pricey cans have a decent sound quality to go along with its […]

March 06, 2014

Cherry Mobile Sonic 2.0 Quick Review

Falling into our hands, the Cherry Mobile Sonic 2.0 packs a 4-inch display with a quad-core CPU and more for a very affordable price tag, but is it worth your money? Read on our quick review to find out.

February 22, 2014

ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T Review

The ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T, is a device that aims to turn a powerful Android slate into a productivity notebook with its full sized keyboard, touch pad, USB port and extra battery. So far it has left us with good first impressions, now let’s find out what it has to offer in full by reading […]

February 11, 2014

Braven 440 Bluetooth Speaker Quick Review

Let me be honest. Before this review, I had no plans on getting a Bluetooth speaker myself, but having a look at the Braven 440, the chances are now a lot higher. Find out in our quick review why.

January 15, 2014

Motorcycle problems in the PH need to be addressed

I’m not a fan of motorcycles. Sure, they’re somewhat cool to look at and they’re really fast, but my experiences with them are a little off – they’re not the safest vehicle in the road, accidents are frequently associated with them, rowdy motorists cut impatiently through traffic & they’re often tools used by criminals riding […]

November 26, 2013

Android 4.4 KitKat & iOS 7 compared!

The latest version of Android has finally reached our Nexus 4 – 4.4 KitKat! Basically, coverage about the new Android treat has been out since the Nexus 5’s announcement already, so figured that this time, we could compare it to its biggest & most talked about competitor, iOS 7.

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