CyberMaxBy Tatin Yang
If you’ve been infected by that spirit of giving going around these days, here are some gadgets guaranteed to draw a smile (or a scream of joy) from the lucky recipient. Now if you’ve been extra nice all year and want to reward yourself, this gift list should also come in handy: The gadget: iPhone [...]
Samsung, the leader in digital media and digital convergence technologies, introduces the Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch, 8-inch and 10.1-inch series, which offers an expanded range of options.
It’s a lifestyle that has become more of a necessity than a want.
Do-it-yourselfBy Anton Barretto
, Marissa Lopa
Gadgets are part of our everyday life, and so are their accessories, such as the chargers that keep them going. Aside from trying to keep them organized, we want to know which ones belong to which gadget, and to which owner.
By Doris C. Dumlao
They come from the so-called “selfie” generation—a new breed of young adults without financial dependents who form a growing consumer powerhouse in this country.
By Pocholo Concepcion
In the near future, everyone might be using just one gadget that would function as a phone, camera, tablet and PC, with batteries that never run out of power.
By Toff Tiozon
At first glance, it’s pretty clear that the Galaxy Note 8.0 retains the nature-inspired aesthetics first introduced with the Galaxy S3. The plastic body may initially fail to justify its selling price and makes it feel less elegant than other products on the market, but it certainly does a good job in keeping the unit light and portable, which is always a factor to consider.
School’s in, and SM Cyberzone asked some student achievers and personalities how being tech-savvy helps them in their school work
In keeping with changing technological trends and consumer demands, Cherry Mobile has introduced two new stylish smartphones that run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean – OMEGA HD and FLAME 2.0.
CyberMaxBy Tatin Yang
Developed by Russian company Yota Devices which dealt mostly with modems and routers, the YotaPhone is a unique and novel concept that we hope will come to fruition. This Android-powered smartphone is as thin as most smartphones but comes with two displays-an HD resolution display plus an e-ink one on the back. It’s like having a built-in e-reader with your colored smartphone. And while it was originally intended to slow down battery depletion (e-ink only consumes battery when it is refreshed), we love how the phone could be a Kindle and a phone in one (the Kindle Fire’s eye-straining backlit display doesn’t count).
By Tatin Yang
Amazon’s e-ink reader has been consistently on Christmas wish lists since it first came out in 2007, and it’s no mystery why. The competitively priced reader is backed by Amazon’s wide selection of e-books, newspapers and magazines, allowing owners to consume content anywhere, anytime. Get the paper-like e-ink version for eyes that get easily strained, and fill it up with your recipient’s favorite reads to get him started.