Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge Philippine Pricing

Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones are coming to the Philippines on April 18, following its global release on April 10.

The Philippines is one of the few markets where the flagship S6 will ship as a dual-SIM phone (1 LTE + 1 GSM nanoSIM), a nod to the unique needs of the Filipino user. The S6 Edge will come in a single-SIM configuration only.  

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Are you ready for the Apple Watch?

There’s no other moment in tech history like that fateful day in June 2007 when Apple unveiled the original iPhone. It was a pivotal moment that would change the world forever, that singular moment in time that ushered in the smartphone revolution.

Since then, we’ve waited for the next big thing, the next revolutionary invention that would push the world forward. We’ve seen glimpses coming out of Google’s top-secret Google X labs. Products like Google Glass and self driving cars – neither of which are ready for prime time.

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Samsung NX500 Hands-On Review

Samsung isn’t quite the first brand to come to mind when you think about digital cameras.

And while it’s had its fair share of hits and misses over the last few years – you’ve got to hand it to them for trying. 

Their latest attempt at making inroads in the digital photography market comes in the form of an $800 compact, interchangeable lens camera, that shoots 4K video – the NX500.

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Mobile World Congress 2015 Highlights

Edge phones, Facebook drones, and a Chinese-smartwatch round up the highlights from this year’s Mobile World Congress which took place in Barcelona last week. Attracting its largest crowd ever, the annual mobile-tech event was as hot as the weather was cold – which is neither here nor there. The show had no surprises, only spoilers, some hits and some misses – here are some of them.

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Sticker Mania

You know how some kids beg their parents for that shiny new toy or colorful bag of sweets when they’re out shopping? That’s what the impassioned plea of Stacy De Jesus, one of my project leads, sounded like when she came up to me one day to ask if we could switch from WhatsApp to Line.

Call it a first world problem, but the dilemma was real, and the request, serious.

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