Here’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for: The GadgetMatch Scavenger Hunt is once again underway!
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.
If there’s one thing OnePlus hyped up more than anything else for its latest flagship smartphone, it’s the pair of rear cameras. Unfortunately, DxOMark, which does comprehensive tests on all sorts of cameras, doesn’t see the shooters as a top-ranking pick.
If you were a cellphone-toting hipster in 2005, chances are, you owned a Nokia N95 — at that time, a revolutionary new device that didn’t only make phone calls or have pre-smartphone functionality, but one with a camera that could take great photos.
Following its global debut last month, Motorola’s latest modular smartphone is making its way to Southeast Asia with a regional launch in Bangkok today.
With everyone but Motorola abandoning the modular smartphone dream, a lot is riding on the Moto Z2 Play — does the phone have what it takes to carry the modular torch?
The sequel to Samsung’s best-selling smartphone in the Philippines is here, and it’s looking pretty fine.
We’re still months away from the season on new iPhone announcements, but there are already a number of leaks and interesting information floating around about the next iPhone, particularly the 10th Anniversary version or also known as the iPhone 8. We listed down the eight rumored features we’ve been hearing about the special iPhone. Let’s start with…
The first quarter of 2017 saw the release of stellar titles from marquee series. Halfway through the year, we’re still getting a ton of great games. These releases may not all be from familiar franchises, but they still provide quality entertainment. Here are the ten best video games of Q2 2017 ordered by release date.
I love fighting games. But I’m terrible at them. For all my desire to play a real-time game of chess, in which I predict and counter my opponent’s every move, I still launch into a Shoryuken when I meant to let loose a Hadoken. I am mechanically bad at the genre, so I have enjoyed fighting games only at the margins. Arms changes all of that.