In case you’ve been hiding under the proverbial rock, you’ve probably heard about the Zenfone 2 variants that will supposedly be made available here in the Philippines. More importantly, you’ve likely also heard about what the pricing will …
As the decade of the new millennium comes to an end, so does telephone keypad phones. The dawn of touchscreen phones was approaching as Apple and Android was slowly but surely taking over. On 2009, feature phones were mostly touchscreen and Nokia’s releases are hardly seen on top.
Oh, so many things are simply taken for granted. Take video games for instance. Gaming graphics has drastically evolved over time, and many gamers still think of the many games they play as crap in their eyes!
As you go from retailer to retailer while searching for the next smartphone to buy, you may mostly come across demo units with hardware specs listed nearby. You can expect the type of technology used for the display to be mentioned there as well.
Samsung has implemented tons of software features in the Galaxy S4 and most of them revolve around controlling your device without touching it. You can hover above your phone with AirView and AirGesture while other features such as Smat Scroll, Smart Stay, and Smart Pause let your eyes interact with your device. But how about mind control?
Filipinos are known for being one of the most highly-active social networking people around the globe but can you imagine if you’ll be punished for just a Facebook “Like” or “Share”? The Cybercrime Prevention Act which was recently signed by President Aquino received massive roars of complaints from social media savvy Pinoys regarding how “unfair” the law is.
One of our readers recently asked as the question about the relationship between the processor and RAM. It immediately grabbed my attention because it is one of the familiar questions today. The question was originally posted on the comments section of the blog post about the Cherry Mobile W100 and Candy TV which both have 1GHz but it comes with a mere 256MB of RAM. The question can be seen at the image below.
Don’t tell me you’ve never heard of Gangnam style! It’s the latest dance craze in the Philippines today and just like what other Korean songs have, it grabbed the hearts and smiles of Filipinos through its simple yet cute dance moves – the same thing why “Nobody” became a hit. “Gangnam Style” was originally performed by Psy, a famous Korean rapper.
At last, a House Bill has been presented to protect the cellphone service subscribers in the Philippines. At some point in time, almost everyone of us lost some prepaid balance due to rampant and deceptive “free” offers of telcos which then charges the user after a while. This technique catches lots of fishes because of their free offers that were designed to be a pretty nice deal. But it wasn’t.
Apple’s rampage against Samsung isn’t over yet as they have included the Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 10.1 in the patent lawsuit. The iPhone maker won the case a week ago due to the US jury who favored Apple’s claims. From my point of view, this only proves that they hate competition especially when they are somehow “better”.
Android users are continuously growing day by day and I don’t think it will stop anytime soon. As the number of android lover increases, so as the demand for a better and more powerful overall android experience. The main reason why people with entry-level android phones tend to root their devices is because of the very limited built-in storage. But not only those users wants root access to their phones but so as high-end smartphone users as well. Check out this detailed explanation of what android rooting is all about alongside its common perks.
Former Senator and current Chairman Richard Gordon of Philippine Red Cross already deployed their so-called “Amphibian” vehicles last tuesday night to help people in need due to the heavy rains which hit the metro and nearby provinces that caused massive destructions. The large vehicles were acquired from the United States a year after the “Ondoy” tragedy.