Alleged to disregard Android Wear, Huawei might be using Tizen OS on their new smartwatches.
Amplifying the public's awareness for the Gen S series motorcycles, top billed by the newly introduced CBR150R, Honda Philippines, Inc. is staging a series of mall events, one of which held at SM City Sucat. Open to all mall-goers, check out what's in store for you in this event inside.
Fortinet recently led a cocktail event to tackle the status of cyberspace and security in the country, both in the private and public sectors, joined by chief information officers of enterprises and information technology directors of government agencies.
Hurry up! Starting tomorrow, September 30, Huawei will be accepting your old working smartphone of any brand, and let you trade it for up to 20 percent discount on a brand-new P9 or P9 Plus smartphone.
Powered with the latest Intel Core i processors and advanced specs, the Lenovo Yoga 900 might be the right tool to make your masterpiece, as it features a vivid display, high quality audio, and advanced graphics and processing specs for editing.
Earlier this month, Sony Philippines launched its #HappyWithSony online contest, wherein contestants have to send a photo of their oldest Sony Home Entertainment System or Sony Stereo System. Today, it's issuing its last call for entries.
The Altec Lansing brings us back to the dawn of sound boxes with Lozenge 2.1 – a classic desktop speaker with a twist of a wireless controller wheel.
Strengthening its portfolio of category of city motorcycles, Yamaha Motor Philippines, Inc. officially introduced to the country the TFX-150, known as the M-Slaz in Thailand. We share with you a closer look at the details of the Yamaha TFX-150 and the sidelights of the launch inside.
DJI's latest offering has been officially unveiled! The new Mavic Pro is a small, compact yet powerful drone that lets you capture beautiful sceneries wherever you go using a remote controller or your phone.
First launched in December 2013, Vivo's Funtouch OS has since been being used by more than 50 million Vivo smartphone users. The company's custom take on Android's operating system allows users to enjoy features that are usually found on higher-end phones.