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November 22, 2013

Nissan showcases BladeGlider prototype at TMS 2013

Other than the Kawasaki J Three-Wheeler EV, Nissan’s prototype called the BladeGlider is also proving to be a sight to behold in this year’s Tokyo Motor Show.

November 13, 2013

Wikipedia Zero: cost-free access to Wikipedia

As part of their credo to provide “access to free knowledge for every single person on the planet”, WikiMedia Foundation, in partnership with service providers, is planning to give free access to Wikipedia, particularly in areas where internet access is limited.

October 23, 2013

Apple rolls out iOS 7.0.3 update

Just hours after the launch of their new iOS tablets, Apple has begun seeding an incremental update to the iOS 7 which is slated to bring a handful of bug fixes, as well as including iCloud Keychain and Password Generator features to supported devices.

October 21, 2013

Acer Aspire S7-392 2013 Review

Acer has launched the refreshed version of their Aspire S7 line. Not much was changed in the design except for the hardware upgrades, especially the Haswell chip. Check out our full review of the Acer Aspire S7 after the break.

September 30, 2013

Top 20 Best Technology Brands of 2013

Interbrand, one of the largest branding consultancies in the world has recently released their list of 100 Best Global Brands of 2013 mentioning companies from different sectors including Technology. From there we took all the leading technology brands and compiled them in one simple list.

August 13, 2012

Sony Alpha A37 Review

Sony has really hit it off with their NEX line of digital cameras, naturally, next on the spot is the entry-level A35′s successor — the SLT-A37 DSLR which boasts a mile-long list of features for something that’s priced at under Php34,000.

July 18, 2012

Wikipedia’s Call For Help: More Editors

Wikipedia is in dire times right now as they observe a decline in editors and admins count in recent years and it continues to plummet down at an alarming rate.

August 31, 2010

iPed Tablet in the flesh, first impressions

With the help of our tipster, we went to VirraMall to look for the iPed yesterday. The store wasn’t very easy to locate so we had to wander around for a bit before we got there.

August 11, 2010

Acer Aspire 4553G Review

The Acer Aspire 4553G is probably the first locally-available laptop sporting an AMD triple-core CPU. The CPU sits somewhere between Intel’s Core i3 and Core i5 systems (not just because it has 3 cores).

October 06, 2007

Web 3.0 with start on your Mobile Phone

There have been tons of suggestions for defining Web 3.0 (yes, another hype word) but if ever that era on the WWW will come, I sure believe it will start with our cellphones.

July 05, 2007

XBox 360 recall?

While shopping for a gaming console last week-end, I asked around the mall how much the big 3 were selling for. The Sony PS3 is now at Php32,000+; the Nintendo Wii at Php16,000+ and the Microsoft XBox 360 at Php19,000+. The bundle comes with controls and several games. These prices are way cheaper than what […]

January 24, 2007

Wikipedia adds nofollow to external links

From the Search Engine Journal, All Wikipedia Links Are Now NOFOLLOW:

June 29, 2005

WordPress 1.5.1.3 now available.

Just 3 hours ago, WordPress released the latest security upgrade for StrayHorn v1.5.1.3 . Go ahead an upgrade your blogs. After the recent security breach of PCIJ’s blog, I believe that bloggers will be more aware of the importance of regularly updating their web softwares. Along with WP, PHPNuke and PhpBB are two of the […]

April 16, 2014

DOST supercomputer now up and running

Last year, we reported that PAGASA is getting an IBM supercomputer to help in weather forecasting in the Philippines. Fast forward to the present, the IBM Blue Gene supercomputer is up and running through the Department of Science & Technology (DOST).

March 06, 2014

Trend Micro warns users of malware-ridden Cat pictures

Attention cat-lovers out there, Trend Micro has reason to believe that hackers are using pictures of cute and furry feline to spread a type of ZBOT malware (TSPY_ZBOT.TFZAH) which has the ability to capture credentials and financial information.

March 02, 2014

WiFi Networks vulnerable to virus attacks, study shows

A group of talented individuals over at the University of Liverpool, spearheaded by Network Security Professor Allan Marshall, has developed a virus called Chameleon which not only can infiltrate “poorly managed” Routers and Access Points, but also effectively spread to other wireless devices, particularly in a dense populated area where Wi-Fi networks are abundant.

February 27, 2014

Banks shift to EMV-based ATM cards to prevent cloning

Philippine banks are now beginning to shift from ATM cards with magnetic strip technology to those with EMV chips to further prevent ATM theft.

December 16, 2013

Department of National Defense to acquire drones

The Department of National Defense (DND) are set to acquire drones to bolster the Philippine Marine’s surveillance, security, and search rescue operations in the country.

December 05, 2013

Updated Bluetooth 4.1 announced

Bluetooth, the global wireless standard, has a successor to their Bluetooth Smart with low-energy support. Bluetooth Special Interest Group announced the Bluetooth 4.1.

November 28, 2013

#TBT: Oldie, but goodie CRT

A guy from South Korea walks in a bar one night with an undeniable swag. He looks mighty sharp with his arched 55-inch facade and flanks which are barely 5 millimeters thick. He walks up to counter and utters “I’ll have a 5-year old scotch, straight up” with a crystal-clear voice coming out of his […]

November 20, 2013

This technology allows you to have sex with a robot

A Japanese company that makes sex-related products has created a technology called VR Tenga, that allows a user to have virtual sex with a robot. Yes, VIRTUAL SEX. So I’m going to put NSFW here to warn those who are tempted to read this in their office.

November 14, 2013

Jony Ive co-designs rare Leica M for Project RED

In an effort to continue his global crusade to fight HIV-AIDS, Product Red founder and U2 lead singer Bono taps Apple’s SVP of Design Jony Ive and world-renown industrial designer Marc Newson to design a one-of-a-kind Leica M (RED) camera which will be auctioned on the 23rd of this month.

October 10, 2013

YugaTech #TBT: The Floppy Disk

This week on YugaTech Throwback Thursday, we’re going to look back on the Floppy Disk; how it got its name, and how the invention of this long-forgotten storage device has single-handedly changed the way people stored data and the computing industry in general.

October 03, 2013

YugaTech #TBT: Point de vue du Gras

Yugatech #TBT (Throwback Thursday), is a weekly stint where we pay tribute to old technologies/inventions that paved the way for devices that we know today. That said, we think that it’s only appropriate to jump start this with the “Mother of all Throwbacks” coined Le Point de View de la Fenêtre du Gras.

September 12, 2013

7 Things you should know about the Apple A7 processor

Apple’s new A7 processor has stirred quite a commotion in the tech world and has raised a handful of questions about some of its components. In this segment, we’ll take a closer look at this 64-bit dual-core SoC and straighten out some of the misconceptions that people may have about it.

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