Vivo Y31 (2021)
Following their X50 line, Vivo is bringing some much need power and update their Y-series of mid-range smartphones. The new Vivo Y31 (2021) takes some of the beloved features from the flagship X50 line and V20 Series but tweaks it a little bit to lower the price to let more people enjoy it.
TP-Link Tapo C200
Smart cameras have started gaining traction in recent years. Brands such as Realme, Xiaomi, and many others have started including smart cameras in their smart home portfolios. Among the many who have integrated smart cameras in their lineup is TP-Link with their Tapo series. The Tapo C200 is their version of a budget smart camera and it just cost PHP 1,200.
No matter your budget, you can find a smartphone that will suit your needs. However, few brands have the kind of trust Nokia has. The smartphone manufacturer continues its return to the consumer electronics stage with a series of releases that bank on the solid reputation they have built over decades. In the lab today is the Nokia 3.4, one of Nokia’s more affordable options for those who want quality without breaking the bank.
Lenovo Yoga Duet 7
Lenovo has always been one to bring innovation to the table--innovation that is most apparent in the Yoga line of devices. Today, we’re taking a look at the Lenovo Yoga Duet 7, a convertible laptop that aims to take on the convertible tablet space.
FOR BUDDING Content Creators
The work-from-home setup paired with stringent quarantine protocols, has turned some of our closest friends into budding content creators.
If you’re looking for something for your motorcyclist friend or family, things can be a little confusing, particularly if you’re not part of that world.
MEET THE ALL-NEW CHANGAN ALSVIN
Changan Motor Philippines Inc., the official distributor of Changan vehicles in the Philippines, has brought a serious contender to the subcompact sedan segment that allows customers to expect more and nothing less: the Changan Alsvin.
WORLD OF WARCRAFT SHADOWSLANDS
The concept of death often raises many questions. One of the biggest questions that someone might ask is, where do we go after we die?
What happens when free Google Photos storage is no longer free?
Google Photos has announced it will stop offering free unlimited storage for high-quality photos on June 1, 2021. Photos uploaded after the date will be counted towards the 15GB Drive cap. If the account is inactive or exceed the 15GB limitation for two years, Google may delete the photos after warning. Users will either need to pay for a recurring fee or look for an alternative if they run out of room.
HONDA CLICK 150
Honda has once again come to my rescue, sending over a bike to test while we come to grips with hassles of going out.
Maxus D60: Designed for exciting, endless possibilities
The Maxus D60 compact SUV is a bold statement that whatever challenges and difficulties we have faced this year, the exciting possibilities for the future remain as boundless as the oceans.
LEAGUE OF LEGENDS WILDRIFT
If you’ve already read some of our previous issues, you might probably know that I am a huge MOBA nut. So it comes to no surprise that one of my most anticipated games for the year is League of Legends: Wild Rift, the official mobile version of Riot Games’ beloved MOBA.
GIFTS FOR Podcasters
The season of giving is here again, and as usual, we’re here to give you a hand in deciding on the best gifts for the many different people in your life.
2021 Toyota Rush now available
Local automotive leader Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has released the 2021 update of its popular entry-level SUV, the Toyota Rush.
Lenovo Legion Phone Duel
Geming has absolutely exploded over the course of the pandemic, with mobile gaming being an even bigger thing than expected. Mobile gaming in particular is accessible, convenient, and has a reasonably low cost of entry. Lenovo wants a chunk of that mobile gaming pie, and they hope to take it with the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel. Do they hit the mark? Let’s find out.
TOYOTA PH UPDATES THE FORTUNER, INTRODUCES NEW TOP-OF-THE-LINE LTD VARIANT
Continuing its streak of digital vehicle launches, leading mobility company Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has started the last quarter of 2020 with a highly-anticipated update on one of the most popular models in its lineup, the Toyota Fortuner.
SUZUKI LAUNCHES THE BURGMAN STREET, SKYDRIVE CROSSOVER, AND GIXXER 250 SERIES
To continue to address the needs of the Filipino commuter in this time of crisis, Suzuki has just launched two scooters that offer greater comfort, power, and convenience in the local market. Economical, good-looking, and practical, the two backbone models deliver just what Pinoy riders want.
MiLi Powering Mobility
MiLi Powering Mobility
Isuzu PH ‘Kasama Mo' campaign conducts 2nd round of donations to partner institutions
Isuzu Philippines Corporation donated on October 1, sets of personal protective equipment (PPE) to its partner institutions Caritas Manila, Philippine Coast Guard, and Philippine Red Cross.
Over 90 percent of PNP Mahindra vehicles in healthy condition
Over 90 percent of the vehicles Mahindra sold to the Philippine National Police five years ago are still in healthy condition according to a report submitted by the Columbian Autocar Corporation (CAC).
Lenovo Legion 7i
When I was assigned the Lenovo Legion Y740 last year, it was undeniably one of the best for 2019. A year later, Lenovo has released the Legion 7i, the successor of the Y740. And it is everything that you hope it would be.
Hyundai introduces all-new Venue subcompact SUV
There are some places that make you feel so alive and energized, you’re so exhilarated by that feeling of freedom. Then there are those where you want to be seen in and make an impact. And there are places that are simply unforgettable, you just want to keep coming back for more. What if we told you Hyundai has rolled all those places into one? Look no further because it’s right here. Meet the all-new Hyundai VENUE.
Filipinos developed solutions at home in the 2020 NASA Space Apps Challenge virtual hackathon
Last October 2-4, 2020, Filipino developers, engineers, technologists, designers, scientists, coders, storytellers, makers, builders, innovators, and entrepreneurs from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao came together to address real-world problems on Earth and space by engaging with the United States space agency National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) free and open data, together with partner agencies like Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), National Centre for Space Studies (CNES) of France, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), and the European Space Agency (ESA) in a virtual hackathon. Some of the projects developed include road hazard detection, data visualization tools, and machine learning for satellite image monitoring, and a lot more.