Gaming notebooks are designed to blow minds, as proven by ASUS and Acer’s recent launches on the grand stage. As each company continues to one-up the other, Razer discreetly released its latest Blade Pro model, to the delight of gamers everywhere.
As mobile gadgets rise in shipments each year, traditional laptops and desktop computers continue to slump. HP, who’s been such a strong player for Windows-powered machines, is fully aware of the situation, and has turned its attention to the one market that values conventional computing: Gamers.
As fascinating as the leaked renders of the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 were earlier this week, they didn’t reveal the information we really cared about, namely the specifications and pricing. Now we have those and more, thanks to presentation slides that spilled.
Philippine-based tech brand Cherry Mobile earlier this week announced a bunch of new Flare smartphones, with most of them wearing some pretty big specs and small price tags. They’re what you would expect Cherry Mobile devices to be: capable but delightfully affordable.
It’s been nearly four years since Nintendo released the Wii U, and we’re just now seeing the successor. The new Nintendo Switch is still a “home gaming system,” despite advertising itself as a console you can take with you wherever you go.
Two new OPPO smartphones broke cover recently at a press event in China. The OPPO R9s and R9s Plus look particularly iPhone-ish, except the antenna lines on the metal-clad back of these devices are barely visible and their home button evokes Samsung’s aesthetics.
When friends ask me for tips on buying techie products, one piece of advice constantly comes up: Don’t be an early adopter of first-generation gadgets. Why? Because bugs need to be ironed out first, and brands never show all their cards on the first attempt. This way of thinking is about to change, however, and it begins with Google and ends with Pixel.
We’ve seen the new Sony Xperia XZ up close at IFA 2016 in Berlin, where it was first revealed in September. Since then, the Android flagship has made its way to the U.S, Europe, India, Japan, and other parts of the world. And now, it’s making its way to the Philippines in time for the holidays.
It looks like dual-camera setups aren’t exclusive to midrange and premium phones anymore. The Honor 6X, which falls under Huawei’s Honor sub-brand, has the trendy feature, and it doesn’t cost a fortune.
BlackBerry may have given up on designing its own phones, but the brand is still alive and well. If the latest leaks are to be believed, the company’s next smartphone could have its signature physical keyboard, as well as a helping of Android Nougat.
Off the top of your head: What smartphone has a large dual-curved display and flagship-worthy specs that fit snugly in an unbelievably thin frame? If you’re thinking of the discontinued Samsung Galaxy Note 7, we can’t blame you, but there’s an upcoming phone with the same description — at a presumably cheaper price: the Xiaomi Mi Note 2.
The now-non-fictional Nike Mag shoes from Back to the Future II — it’s the absolute definition of cool in the realm of sneakerdom, right? Virgin America disagrees; it reckons it has something better, something more dreamy than a pair of kicks with auto-lacing technology.
Without a doubt, the best feature of Google’s new Pixel lineup is the camera. (Sorry, Google Assistant!) If you’re itching to try out the new camera app before the flagship phones come out, now you can — just as long as you have a compatible Nexus device.
There’s a plot twist in Nokia’s ongoing saga: The mysterious D1C Android device we’ve been stalking for the past few weeks might turn out to be a 13.8-inch tablet, and not a smartphone as previously assumed.
Playing around with the Galaxy J7 Prime confused me in several ways. Is this supposed to be part of Samsung’s entry-level series, or is it trying to bite off more than it can chew as a midranger? In the end, it didn’t really matter; I had loads of fun.
Huawei will hold an event in Munich, Germany on November 3 to introduce the Huawei Mate 9 to the world. We’ve heard some interesting reports, but we haven’t gotten a good look at the Chinese manufacturer’s Galaxy Note rival until very recently.
Less than 24 hours after Samsung’s announcement to end production and sales of its wildly controversial phablet, Samsung Philippines today reiterated the same sentiments and urged customers to switch off their Galaxy Note 7 — be it an original or a replacement — and exchange it for a different handset or money.