Samsung’s firm belief in the saying “the more, the merrier” stands true as yet another phone is launched under the J7 banner. This saying also applies to the number of cameras on their phones: The Samsung Galaxy J7+ is Samsung’s second dual-camera phone and this time, you don’t have to shell out US$ 1,000 to own it.
Samsung’s Star Wars-themed POWERbots robotic vacuums are here so you don’t need to go to a galaxy far, far away to have Darth Vader or a stormtrooper do the dirty work for you.
The Samsung J7+ has just launched in the Philippines and with that comes a marketing campaign that pulls right at your heartstrings.
Google has just announced their latest lineup of products and, boy oh boy, the excitement around the new gadgets has not waned. The #MadeByGoogle event exhibited some serious technology, so I’ve come up with a round-up of said devices and event highlights because really, no one has the time to watch the whole thing.
This new age of technology has brought us many wondrous (and sometimes useless) devices like LED eyelashes, intricate PC case mods, and the Nokia 3310. But, fun and interesting tech need not be complicated. Sometimes, it’s the marriage of two great functions that give the most fun in tech.
Let’s admit it: We are a nostalgic bunch, hence the need for something we can hold, even in the age of digital multimedia.
These days, dual-camera smartphones are the norm. As to how this tech is applied, however, differs between brands — some go monochromatic, some opt for the zoom. Personally, I prefer the wide-angled treatment, as this means more picture-perfect scenery in my photos, especially useful for my travels.
The iPhone X has just dropped and it’s looking pretty sleek with its borderless display and that minimal camera notch up top. But, to get one you’d have to shell out a whole lot of money — US$ 999 to be precise.
Before you go off trying to sell your belongings to fund your iPhone lust, know that there are ways to get that iPhone look without spending.
In the last month, Apple brought us many wondrous things: a new iPhone which will cost an arm and a leg, improved ear pods that you’ll probably still lose, and a major iOS update.
Released today, iOS 11 is known as that Apple update which gives iPhone users a bunch of features most Android phones already have.
Apple wastes no time in showing off what their hardware can do with their newest smartphone features. One specific function caught my eye — and for good reason. The newly introduced Portrait Lighting mode promises casual smartphone users like yours truly to capture photographs and recreate studio lighting effects on the new iPhones.
Xiaomi has just released the Mi Mix 2, and it’s looking pretty sleek with the aluminum frame and that smooth ceramic back! But, it gets even better: Xiaomi also launched a Special Edition Mi Mix 2!
Since last week, GadgetMatch has been at IFA in Berlin to bring you the latest and greatest news in the tech world. The annual trade show in Germany, known as one of the major events for consumer electronics and home appliances, does not only showcase the newest tech, it also showcases some of the prettiest gadgets around.
There are just some things that go together, and Samsung recognizes this. The Galaxy Note 8 is testament to this truth with its new app-pairing function. App pairing, you say? Let me break it down for you.
Pia Wurtzbach, also known as Queen Pia, is arguably one of the most beautiful women in the world today. The former Miss Universe has not only made waves with her beauty, but also with her grace and intelligence.
She signed on with Huawei to be their newest brand ambassador to showcase the P10 Plus’ Leica camera capabilities. There was no doubt that those photos would come out splendidly — and they did.
I’ve always been an iPhone user but my work at GadgetMatch has really been challenging this notion. The last Samsung launch I covered had me doubting this Apple relationship, and I was tested — even more so, when the Pink Galaxy S8 came out (because pink, duh).
My time with the Galaxy Note 8 further bolstered the proposition that I could possibly be an Android user at heart.
ASUS has just released the latest in their ZenFone line, and they went all out releasing not just one, but a number of phones, for different types of users. One of the models that I’m particularly interested in would be the ZenFone 4 Selfie.
When there’s talk of tech innovation, we don’t usually think of hair dryers. Dyson might just change that.
The Dyson Supersonic is today’s top-of-the-line luxury blow dryer. I say that because it costs more than any normal hair dryer would — much more. Just what would justify a steep price tag?
In a time when cameras are getting smaller and every scene becomes a digital image at a tap on a smartphone screen, are prints still relevant?
Fujifilm’s Instax SQ10 aims to prove that they are. Following the wide success enjoyed by previous Instax models as the cutest niche product for print enthusiasts and go-to girlfriend gift of the past millennium, the brand tries its hand at a digital/analog camera hybrid.
The Polaroid camera is making a comeback with the Snap Touch, and I am giddy with nostalgic excitement.
When was the last time you held an actual photo in your hand?
I grew up with physical photo albums and picture frames. These days, though, you’d be hard-pressed to find photo printouts — most pictures are stored in your camera roll or tucked away as “Memories” on your Facebook feed.
A nifty device will change that.
Trying to get fit? These tech hacks may help!
Not that I’m suggesting that downloading apps would instantly transform your lifestyle, but they can definitely put you on the right track. Living a healthier lifestyle entails commitment and certain life changes (for most of us unhealthy mortals), but all it takes is a decision to try — and baby steps to get there.
The special edition Rose Pink Samsung Galaxy S8 that was announced last month broke all of our hearts because of its limited availability — it was to be sold only in Taiwan for a limited time.
As we reel from the sadness of not being able to get our own hands on the pink perfection of a phone, something amazing happened: Samsung has decided to bring the Pink S8 and S8+ to the Philippines!
This weather gets a lot of people down, but it has no power over these premium machines!
If not already obvious from the countless selfies in my selfie smartphone reviews, I like pink — so much so that I dyed my hair the same color. And, well, it doesn’t stop there. Ever since I started at GadgetMatch, and even after a number of product reviews, I’ve always kept an eye out for anything pink.
Yes, you read right: Hello Kitty is branching out.