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November 25, 2014

BlackBerry Passport hands-on, first impressions

We just came from the BlackBerry Passport’s local launch and we got the chance to fiddle around with the device for a little while. Here’s our hands-on experience with it.

November 25, 2014

BlackBerry Passport officially launches in PH

We’re right here at the local launch of the square-shaped smartphone, the BlackBerry Passport. This handset made for the working professional flaunts a 1440 x 1440 resolution, LTE connectivity, 3GB of RAM, and  a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 CPU.

October 02, 2014

Blackberry Passport unofficially lands for Php32k

Not only the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has reached the Philippine shores through our gray market sellers, but also the recently announced Blackberry Passport has been announced to be available through online ordering.

September 25, 2014

BlackBerry Passport officially announced

BlackBerry has officially announced their latest smartphone that sports a three-row QWERTY keyboard, 4.5-inch square touch display, and powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core CPU – the Passport.

August 23, 2014

BlackBerry Passport’s specs get detailed

Some of the specifications of BlackBerry’s square smartphone, the Passport, have already been revealed but the folks over at N4BB details it down. Below is the full specs list of this first-ever handset with a touch capacitive physical button.

July 08, 2014

BlackBerry Passport, the 4.5-inch square smartphone for the working professional

BlackBerry isn’t giving up and it has a new smartphone on the way called the BlackBerry Passport and it features a 4.5-inch square touch screen with 1440 x 1440 resolution, physical QWERTY keyboard, and a body that is almost as wide as an actual passport.

May 06, 2014

DFA offers free replacement of substandard e-Passports

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has published an advisory that they are offering free replacement of substandard e-Passports with detached covers.

December 28, 2013

DFA to phase out old Passports; switch to e-Passport

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) yesterday announced that they will be phasing out all non-machine readable passports by November 24, 2015.

June 20, 2011

The WD 500GB MyPassport Elite Winner

So we asked people to use the new YugaTech logo and pair it with the Western Digital logo to make a simple t-shirt design and we got a lot of really nice entries. But, as promised, we pick one in random. And we got a winner…

May 17, 2011

Applying for Extension of Passport Validity

I completely forgot that my Philippine Passport will expire in August 2011. I was meaning to renew in back in March after my last travel in Singapore. If not for Nokia’s invitation to fly to SG again, I would have completely forgotten it.

January 04, 2011

Western Digital 500GB My Passport Winner

So this is our 3rd contest winner announcement for the week and we have a lucky winner. I fired up random.org and let it pick the winner of Western Digital’s 500GB My Passport portable hard drive.

September 22, 2009

Western Digital My Passport and My Book for Macs

Western Digital today introduced its new, smaller, sleeker My Book Essential and My Book for Mac desktop external hard drives equipped with the new WD SmartWare software and hardware-based encryption. The new appliances visually present consumers’ data in a software control center, providing them peace of mind that their precious photos, videos and files are […]

September 22, 2009

Western Digital launches smaller My Passport Essential

Western Digital today introduced its smaller, smarter and more secure My Passport Essential and My Passport for Mac ultra-portable external hard drives featuring WD’s new WD SmartWare software and equipped with hardware-based encryption. The new My Passport drives are more than 20 percent smaller than the previous generation My Passport. The new portable drives with […]

February 27, 2008

Western Digital Passport: Portable HDD

Our current poll asks about how much portable storage people carry around nowadays. I didn’t realize I needed more than 4GB USB drive until my old laptop ran out of disk space from all the photos I’ve taken recently.

November 26, 2014

10 Most Expensive Smartphones Released in 2014

We’re fast approaching the end of 2014 and if you look back, this year has brought us cool new devices including high-end smartphones with equally high price tags. So if you’re curious to know which are the Most Expensive Smartphones Released in 2014, then check out our list below.

October 04, 2014

Here are the top 10 smartphones you can buy in the PH

We’ve already created our top 10 lists for smartphones below Php10k and Php15k, which leaves us only with smartphones priced above Php15k, and luckily, all the flagship phones from all major companies are already out and available in the PH. So, to complete our trilogy of top 10 lists, here are the smartphones you should […]

September 30, 2014

Video Recap: This Week’s Top Tech (Week #2-3)

It’s been another week of surprising announcements in the world of tech both here and abroad. It’s time to check out your top tech stories this week.

September 08, 2014

Early live leaks of BlackBerry Classic

If people are still thinking that BlackBerry is dead, well here is another upcoming device from the Canadian manufacturer who isn’t giving up yet.

July 09, 2014

BlackBerry explains why they made a square smartphone

BlackBerry recently announced a new smartphone with an unconventional shape – the BlackBerry Passport. It takes on a 1440 x 1440 display resolution giving it a square build combined with its trademark physical keyboard. The phone received mixed responses afterwards which made the company release an explanation regarding this odd form factor.

January 13, 2014

What’s inside our Gadget/Blogging Gear?

In our work as a tech blogger, we always travel abroad to cover the biggest product launches, exhibitions and conferences so it’s important that we have a good and complete set of gears to carry along.

March 03, 2013

Fraud issue with Western Union for AdSense Publishers

Most AdSense Publishers in the Philippines would use Western Union to pick up their earnings because it’s the fastest and most convenient method. However, based on recent experience, it’s also the most un-secure and prone to fraud. Just the other day, someone claimed my AdSense earnings via Western Union and got thru.

April 08, 2012

5 things I missed about our tech in the Philippines

For the last 3 weeks now, I’ve been to three European states and have seen and experienced the advancement of technology in these first-world countries. It’s oftentimes amazing but once in a while, I would miss the ones I enjoyed in the Philippines.

June 09, 2011

Using 2-Step Verification with GMail

In the recount of what happened yesterday regarding my hacked Paypal account, I realized that it was my GMail that was originally compromised and used to reset my Paypal password.

June 03, 2011

Contest: Show me your WD-YugaTech Tees!

I forgot I still have one last Western Digital MyPassport 500GB to give away so I’m thinking of this simple yet creative way for you to be able to win this one — and I thought of a t-shirt design contest.

January 15, 2011

Ateneo ACET Exam Results 2011 – 2012

Ateneo de Manila College Entrance Exams ACET Exam Results for 2011 – 2012 NOTE: The results generated from this page are based on the unofficial list of accepted and waitlisted applicants. Individual decision letters will be sent to all applicants through their respective schools OR the applicant’s mailing address within January 2011. Please inform the […]

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