Can you unlock your phone directly from its screen? In-display fingerprint technology used to be just a concept but Vivo made it real with the X21.
How does it work? When a finger touches the screen, the X21 emits light to illuminate the finger. The display then captures the light reflected by the fingerprint. An optical sensor processes the signal and unlocks the X21 in just 0.6 seconds. That’s faster than you saying “in-display fingerprint scanner.”
DJI Osmo Pocket first look
It’s the ultimate travel camera!
It feels like we’re already in the future as DJI just announced the Osmo Pocket. It’s their smallest handheld camera which literally fits all sorts of pockets. However, being small doesn’t mean it’s terrible. It can shoot videos up to 4K at 60 frames per second.
It has a three-axis gimbal that reduces shakes and jitters plus it has an extension rod that makes taking selfies a breeze. It’s also featured-filled!
It has facetrack technology which focuses on your face while activetrack focuses on any moving subject; FPV mode follows fast-moving shots. Lastly, there’s motionlapse that captures better timelapses and can take your videos to another level. It can also stitch together images with 3×3 panorama and take great low-light photos with nightshots.
If you like to go to the beach, the Osmo Pocket can come with you thanks to a waterproof case. It’s definitely the ultimate travel camera!
Dyson Airwrap hair tutorial and real-life hold test
Is it hard to use? Does it really work?
The Dyson Airwrap, ever since its announcement, has been the stuff of hairstyle dreams and legends. The high-tech curling iron revolutionizes the way we do our hair!
But, does it really work? Can a normal girl like myself actually get her hair to look as fab with this new-fangled hair gadget? I put it to the test.
In the video above, you see me doing my hair and the final looks. I try a total of two styles — curly and straight — and take my ‘do out and about to see if my hair would hold. And yes folks, this was only the second time I used the Airwrap on myself, ever.
The results impressed!
Bank from anywhere with the new UnionBank app
This is true mobile banking!
Have you been to the bank lately? It can be a bit of a hassle having to go, especially when you have other things to take care of. It’s even more infuriating if you get there and are greeted by long lines. But if you’re with UnionBank, you can skip all that!
Just go to UnionBank Online, and do your banking wherever you are. On the app, you’ll see all your Unionbank accounts right away. That includes your debit card, credit card, savings account, and much more.
If you need to transfer money, you can do so and not just to a fellow UnionBank account but to any major bank in the Philippines and select international banks.
There are two ways to do it. First is through PESOnet. Every transaction done before 3:00PM is processed the same day. Plus, the transactions are free! Second is through InstaPay. Funds are credited in real-time for a small fee of PhP 10.
Convenient, right? You can also pay your bills and buy load without having to leave your couch. Speaking of payments, you can split the bill with your friends after dining out directly from the app. It’s super easy! All it takes is a few taps and clicks.
We’re often told to work smart, not work hard. The same should apply to other things we do. So if you want to bank smart, download the UnionBank Online app on the Play Store or App Store.
For more details, simply go to the UnionBank website.
This feature was produced in collaboration between GadgetMatch and UnionBank Philippines.
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