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Huawei Y6 an entry level phone for daily use

By Brian Yalung Huawei does have a fleet of phones in the market, mostly boasting of impressive cameras that vendors are focusing to date. With such a striking feature, the primary concern of most would be the price. Like most aspiring brands, Huawei also offers budget and entry-level devices to […]

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Iron Man suits up new Acer Swift 3

By Jonathan Castillo The limited edition of the Avengers: Infinity War-themed Acer Swift 3 – Iron Man laptop was built to be like your own personal Iron Man armor. In the movies, heads turn when Tony Stark walks into the scene, the Swift 3 does that. It’s fast, stylish, and […]

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The eye in the sky: Ezykam Home EP10

By Inna Lagazon Increasing necessities for Surveillance cameras has allowed strong competition in the market, with quality devices for a much more affordable cost. Also, if you want to avoid the complicated setup of cameras, you can opt to get plug-and-play devices like Ezykam. Today, we’re checking out the EP10 […]

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Plantronics Blackwire C5220 is well-crafted for picky users

By Kathrina Ysabel Pineda Plantronics is well-known for producing some of the finest headgear technologies. Most Plantronics we’ve reviewed have exceeded our expectations. We’ve been using the Plantronics C5220 for some time now in the MB TechLab and its rising really fast as one of our favorite headphones. The Plantronics […]

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F&D F210X: Flexible audio entertainment on a budget

By Brian Joseph Patrick N. Yalung Bluetooth speakers vary mostly in design and the quality of audio rendering. F&D is a brand that most may have heard off, a company that dares to cater to all markets – especially the budget-conscious. The number of speakers that comprise an audio system […]

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Starlight, star bright, super Nova 2 Lite

By Inna Lagazon Look into the light as Huawei introduces one of their newest super stars of 2018 – the Nova 2 Lite. Huawei’s newest device features 5.99-inch display at 18:9 ratio. The display is certainly one of the best among the mid-range phones: Though the 720p resolution combined with […]

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Small Wonders

  By Jonnah Lynne Pante Photos by Joncristian Gerrald Cheng Tan Gone are the days when having a decent smartphone means shelling out a huge amount of money out of our pockets. With the Philippines known as one of the countries with the most number of smartphone users, we’re lucky […]

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BlackBerry’s newest research, in motion

By Matthew Pirante-Perez The BlackBerry Motion is a competent phone but it’s hampered by dated hardware and style. However, it has generous battery life which could go on and on. Although BlackBerry has been a known name, it is now still in the process of finding that perfect formula for […]

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