As quarantine restrictions continue to create uncertainty for the Philippines and the education system in general, schools are adapting to the new normal while trying to keep students and teaching staff safe during the pandemic.
We’re stating the obvious: 2020 will end up as a year when proven methods of doing things are challenged. The COVID-19 pandemic’s effect is clear, with the shift to digital taking place on many fronts. It is, after all, a matter of survival.
As promised, Apple introduced a bunch of new devices today — and as expected, none of them was an iPhone 12. However, there were plenty of shiny toys shown off, including an iPad Air refresh that basically makes the current iPad Pro lineup less relevant.
We had to wait a while for this, but finally, Xiaomi Philippines’ latest catalog is already available.
It’s always interesting to see which brands end up being the most popular every time there’s a major sale happening nationwide.
Apple has sent out invites to a September 15 event it’s streaming live on its website. What could the world’s most valuable publicly traded company be launching next week?
Good news: You have another chance to score Huawei devices at a discount, saving you a couple of hundred or thousand pesos, depending on the item.
Huawei has announced a One Price Repair program for the Philippine market, allowing you to purchase spare parts for select devices at discounted prices.
In addition to the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Samsung Philippines has announced the new Galaxy Tab S7 series for the local market.
If you missed Huawei‘s previous sale at its official store on Shopee Philippines, don’t kick yourself. You can still score the same great deals via the upcoming Lazada Mid-Year Bounce Back Sale on July 15.