PLDT mobile services arm Smart Communications has launched the new Signature Plans, promising a prioritized, worry-free, and in-control mobile experience for customers. Via Smart Signature, mobile subscribers are prioritized over the Smart LTE network, the country’s undisputed fastest mobile network as awarded by world-renowned network analysts like Ookla, OpenSignal, Tutela, and P3. This prioritized network experience makes sure that subscribers can enjoy consistent data to connect to their favorite apps,

Xiaomi Mi 9

Much awaited XiaXiaomi omi Mi 9 SE becomes available in the Philippines on Saturday, May 18, via Lazada and a soon-to-open Mi Authorized Concept Store at Robinson’s Magnolia. Expect a wider rollout to other Mi stores soon after. Phone models will be priced at P15,990 for the 6GB RAM + 64GB storage variant, putting it in competition with the likes of the OPPO F11, Vivo V15, Huawei P30 Lite, and


Already some of Samsung’s new, close to $2,000 folding phones appear to be breaking in just a couple of days of pre-launch. Medias who acquired the phones to review before the public launch stated the Galaxy Fold screen began flickering and turning black before completely fizzling out. Two journalists said they removed a thin, protective layer from the screens that they thought was supposed to come off, but was meant


Philippine’s Internet speed has significantly improved, according to the latest OOKLA’s Speedtest Global Index with average download speeds for fixed broadband improved 143.74% from 7.91Mbps in July 2016 to 19.28 Mbps in February 2019. Furthermore, the country’s average download mobile broadband speed also improved by 94.35% from 7.44Mbps in July 2016 to 14.46Mbps in February 2019. In general, the Philippines’ Internet speed placed twenty-ninth for fixed broadband and 33rd for


Tech company, Transcend, who manufactures storage and multimedia products, is set to participate in the 2019 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS), which runs from 4 to 7 April at the World Trade Center Metro Manila. In its 15th year, the MIAS is known as the most anticipated motoring and driving event in the Philippines, showcasing not only the most dynamic and extensive automotive display, but also organizing the most thrilling


Vivo levels up the game by displaying that it is possible to bring its pioneering premium benefits to midrange smartphones with Vivo V15 and then Vivo V15 Pro. Notable of these features is the 32MP Enhancing Selfie Camera, which was in the beginning designed for Vivo’s flagship high-end smartphone, NEX. Vivo opted out with the notch and then strategically placed the pop-up or Elevating Selfie Camera conveniently on the top.


Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg’s call for “globally harmonized” internet based regulation raises questions about how internet platforms can deal with concerns about misinformation and then abusive content while remaining open to free speech. The major social network wants a single set of rules on content to avoid running afoul of national requirements to remove “hate speech” or inappropriate content, kicking responsibility to a to-be-determined entity to avoid being accused of


Huawei is on a shoot ’em up mood, and it showed for the duration of the huge reveal of the recent P Series at the Paris Convention Center. Tireless Huawei Consumer Business Grouping came out strutting with not simply one but two shooters in the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro  both of them adhering to the P Series DNA in design and then photography. Ammo includes the innovative Huawei SuperSpectrum

Oppo F11 pro

OPPO has a new midrange phone for the local market. The OPPO F11 Pro has been launched in the Philippines, and then we were right about it is pricing, which is right in the middle of the pack in regard to most other midrange handsets. The local cost of the OPPO F11 Pro is P18,990 (around $361), and it comes in two gradient colors — Aurora Green with a bright

Grand Videoke marks twenty years with the Symphony SE Pro Plus

Filipinos’ love affair with karaoke is known worldwide. But as fond of the activity as we are as a nation, owning your own videoke system at home wasn’t very popular until just about two decades ago. This development in the industry was started in 1999, whenever the latest brand of portable videoke microphones called WOW! Videoke was introduced in the country. What made the product appealing was its simplicity and