Black Desert Mobile’s game servers will officially go live today, December 11, at 12 a.m. PST or 4 p.m. Philippine time. But can your Android or iOS device handle this free-to-play, massively multiplayer online game? We’re here to help you check.
Sibol Pilipinas, number one! The Philippines secured its first esports gold at the 2019 Southeast Asian Games. The country’s Sibol squad defeated a heavily favored Indonesian team in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.
With the launch of Qualcomm’s newest flagship Snapdragon 865 chipset, you can expect PUBG Mobile to get a significant visual and performance upgrade. The processor has essential features that can help improve gaming performance, particularly for the game mentioned above.
Samsung is getting ready to roll out the Android 10 update to its devices in the Philippines. The announcement follows the release of a stable version of the latest Android iteration for the Samsung Galaxy S10.
OPPO has announced the rollout schedule for ColorOS 7, and it begins in four days. Starting November 25, a handful of OPPO Reno models are first to be getting the software update based on Android 10.
By adding Huawei to its Entity List, the United States may have inadvertently created a wider path to a future where the next Facebook or YouTube could come from Asia.
The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) 2.0 update is now available for those who signed up for the beta app on the Google Play Store.
We’re just a day away from the November 20 launch of ColorOS 7 in China and a week away from its November 26 global debut in India. But just ahead of the event, OPPO has released a couple of teaser trailers to talk up some features of the custom operating system.
Path of Exile is coming to mobile, and the people behind its developer, Grinding Gear Games, have been taking not-so-subtle digs against another, more famous action role-playing game that has a version for smartphones and tablets, too.
It’s Christmas in November for Huawei Mobile Services users in the Asia-Pacific region.