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December 23, 2014

Five Facebook Settings You Need to Use

How well do you control your Facebook profiles? Here are five settings the social network has equipped itself with, and can be used to strengthen your online account security and privacy.

May 23, 2014

Facebook’s new default privacy settings

Privacy has always been an issue for Facebook users. Especially to those who are not aware of the scope of their posts. Before, all new users of the popular social-networking site have post settings set for “Public” sharing by default. Good thing this is now fixed.

February 28, 2013

Google Settings stealthily sneaks in to your phone

So it seems that Google got too excited in installing their new app called Google Settings on Android devices that they missed out on informing the users about it even in the form of a simple notification.

January 23, 2012

APN Settings for Globe, Smart, Sun Cellular

The following settings are applicable to Smart, Globe and Sun Cellular for their APN settings (Access Point Name). The settings should work with majority of smartphones in the market. APN Settings for Globe Postpaid APN: internet.globe.com.ph Prepaid APN: http.globe.com.ph APN Settings for Smart Bro Postpaid APN: smartbro Prepaid APN: smartbro APN Settings for Smart Buddy, […]

September 08, 2010

APN Settings for Globe, Smart, Sun Cellular

The following settings are applicable to Smart, Globe and Sun Cellular for their APN settings (Access Point Name). The settings should work with majority of smartphones in the market. APN Settings for Globe Postpaid APN: internet.globe.com.ph Prepaid APN: http.globe.com.ph APN Settings for Smart Bro Postpaid APN: smartbro Prepaid APN: smartbro APN Settings for Smart Buddy, […]

June 17, 2008

Optimizing Camera Phone Settings

Newer phones now have built-in cameras that are comparative with most point-and-shoot cameras in the market. Some camera phones even have ample controls that allows you to set contrast, DOF, ISO, brightness, color and exposure. We did some samples below to illustrate these.

June 05, 2007

Google blocks Yahoo on Default Search Settings

Heard from the TWiT podcast that PC maker Dell made a deal with Google to load up all new Dell PCs with the Google Toolbar, PC Search and Web Search along with a co-branded homepage. Obviously, this co-branding is all about advertising and Dell and Google will share the profits from revenues taken from this.

April 01, 2015

Android 5.1 OTA update rolls out to Google Nexus 5

More or less a month ago, Google released an update to Android Lollipop that came along with the releases of Android One devices, named Android 5.1. Today, I just received an OTA (over-the-air) update on my Google Nexus 5, prompting me to update.

March 29, 2015

HTC Re Review

This is the very first time that HTC is gettig into the action cam market and the HTC RE offers a different approach to the usual configuration that has been widely popularized by GoPro. The execution is quite unique, the design a bit intriguing. But, does it perform up to par with the rest? Check […]

March 28, 2015

This website tells you if your password is easy to crack

Hacking incidents involving e-mails and social media accounts are becoming more frequent and one of the main reasons why it happens is because most people use weak passwords. If you’re not sure if your password is strong enough then you might want to check this website.

March 23, 2015

Meizu M1 Note Review

In our previous post, the Meizu M1 Note impressed us with its chic design and very respectable benchmark test result. Now we’re here to find out if this handset has the complete package and if it really is the new phone to beat in the sub-Php8k category.

March 18, 2015

NVidia Officially Unveils GTX Titan X, Sports 12GB VRAM

NVidia has officially announced their latest flagship graphics card dubbed as the NVidia GeForce Titan X which also happens to be the world’s first consumer-grade single-GPU graphics card to have an eye-watering 12GB of VRAM to boot.

March 16, 2015

Android Lollipop update rolls out for Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact

Sony today announces its support for Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact devices on the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop update. It comes with a lineup of improvements after being injected into Sony’s system.

March 13, 2015

MSI launches Apache series gaming notebooks

MSI announces its latest gaming notebooks that features the latest Intel Core i7 processor together with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M graphics. Gamers, meet the GE72 and GE62.

March 10, 2015

Hands-on with the HTC Re action camera

Announced back in October 2014 along with the HTC Desire Eye, the HTC Re is the Taiwanese company’s very first foray into the action cam market. We bought a review unit last month while flying thru Hong Kong International Airport.

March 10, 2015

Android Lollipop gets new update, offers fresh features

The official Android blog announces a new update for their latest Android Lollipop OS. The Android 5.1, apart from the usual improvement in stability and performance, also offers new features to look forward to for compatible devices.

March 10, 2015

iOS 8.2 now available for download

Along with the announcement of the 2015 Macbook and new details about the Apple Watch, Apple has also released iOS 8.2 to the public which brings support for the mentioned smartwatch as well as a ton of bug fixes and improvements for supported iOS devices.

March 05, 2015

iPhone 6S will reportedly have 2GB RAM and Apple SIM

It’s been reported that the next iteration of the iPhone (most likely called the iPhone 6S) and the bigger iPhone Plus would have double the RAM than their current versions. They are also reported to ship with an included Apple SIM.

February 24, 2015

KingCom Pi Phone Venus Review

KingCom’s new phablet sure impressed us on our unboxing with its beautiful golden metallic embellishments and accents, but does the golden beauty run skin deep? Here’s what we have to say about the seven-inch Pi Phone Venus.

February 22, 2015

Logitech G700s Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

The terms wireless and gaming often don’t coincide that well with each other when describing a mouse, and the rare times that we do see it, we can’t help but be skeptical about it. That was exactly how I felt when I received a Logitech G700s as a gift last Christmas, so we were eager […]

February 21, 2015

Five Android Lock Screen Replacements You Must Try

Bored with your stagnant stock lock? If you’re not satisfied with customizing only your Android home screen, maybe it’s time to take it a notch higher and customize your lock screen with these five apps.

February 18, 2015

MSI GS70 2QE Stealth Gaming Notebook Review

Gaming laptops used to be thick and power-hungry mean machines that calling it portable computers almost seem inappropriate. Thanks to technological advancements, however, manufacturers like MSI can now produce notebook PCs – such as the GS70 2QE Stealth we have here – that’s thin enough to be mistaken for a first gen ultrabook, yet powerful […]

February 12, 2015

6 Smartphone Features We Usually Overlook

Sure, we look for the best cameras, the thinnest builds, and the largest batteries when it comes to choosing our smartphones; but what about those little add-ons that pretty much matter in everyday usage? We list down 6 smartphone features we usually overlook.

February 11, 2015

Microsoft Lumia 535 Dual SIM Review

The Lumia 535 is the first smartphone released under the Lumia brand by its new holder, Microsoft Mobile. Lumia smartphones are known for its robust build quality with decent specifications that can run Windows Phone OS lag-free. Can Microsoft uphold the reputation Nokia did for their smartphones? Read on to find out.

February 08, 2015

O+ Time Quick Review

Low-cost smartwatches are now on the rise, and O+ wants to bank on the trend by releasing its own water-resistant Time wearable. Is it worth the Php1,995 price tag? Read on to find out.

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