Top Ten Stories in YugaTech: February 2015
We take you back to the news and original articles that we ran last month. Here are our top tech stories in February 2015.
A lot of events sure happened in the local tech scene last month. We saw the launch of a network’s Digital Television broadcast, a new video streaming service entering the country through one telecom provider, and the entrance of Google’s Android One Program in the country through its partner brands: Cherry Mobile One and MyPhone Uno. Here are our top stories, in descending order.
For the music-loving people, an audio accessory is a must-have. Who wouldn’t want affordable, decently-sounding earphones? We round up five of the best ones we’ve seen and used, and are priced below half a grand.
ASUS Philippines has ended January on a strong note by officially announcing a slew of new devices, including the competitively-priced slate dubbed as the ASUS MeMO Pad 7.
After seeing the huge design improvements in Samsung’s recent smartphones like the Galaxy Alpha and the Galaxy Note 4, a lot of people are excited about the Galaxy S6’s design. If you’re one of those people, then wait no more! The Samsung Galaxy S6 may have just been accidentally revealed through some photos on the internet.
Following reports that its smartphone division is not doing well, Sony is now looking at exiting the smartphone market and will instead focus on its other profitable businesses.
Techbox offered a great Buy 1 Take 1 deal when you purchase an LG G2. Really awesome deal, if you’d ask me. It ended yesterday, sadly.
If you’re stuck choosing between two gadgets, one with a higher amount of RAM and one with more CPU cores for processing, which do you pick? Don’t worry. We’re here to explain.
We reported that ABS-CBN will launch today its Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) service. Now the TV network has announced that its ABS-CBN TVplus, also known as “The Mahiwagang Black Box”, is now available for purchase.
Lags are some of the common and perennial issues plaguing Android devices. Those occasional slow performances, app freezes, and delays in touch responsiveness exhibited by your device do decrease overall productivity. We take a look at five of the reasons why it does, and give your our own take on solutions to solve them.
Our top story in February 2015 is our report on scammers faking BDO deposit slips to process orders. Recent incidents pointed to a group of online scammers producing fake BDO deposit slips to show to online sellers in order to process orders.
That’s it for our some of the top stories in YugaTech this past month. Check out our continuing Mobile World Congress coverage on the banner link below.