Xiaomi is the world’s second-leading wearable company after Apple, thanks to the value-for-money Mi Band series.
We all love a good bargain. If you’re looking for great deals on smartphones and tech accessories, you should head on over to the V-Mall lobby at the Greenhills Shopping Center in San Juan City for the 820 Group’s first-ever Tech RedTag Sale.
Huawei has finally entered a new category in the Philippines. Just as we had reported on March 29, the Huawei MateBook 13 was unveiled alongside the P30, P30 Pro, and P30 Lite earlier.
This just in: The Huawei Watch GT will go on sale in the Philippines next week, on March 22.
We’ve been waiting for this development since forever: The embedded Subscriber Identification Module or eSIM is finally coming to the Philippines this year.
The next iteration of the Apple iPhone is launching next month, as has been the case for years now. In fact, the American tech giant has sent out press invitations to an event on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater at its Cupertino campus in California.
We get asked a lot about Xiaomi’s brick-and-mortar retail shops and service centers in the Philippines, so we’re publishing this to answer your questions.
Apple devices, as you know, are priced on the high side, and these prices tend to stick even years after release. That said, Apple sale events are typically among those that consumers watch for.
SUS debuted its first ZenWatch with much fanfare at IFA 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Back then, the company proudly said that the product “raised the bar on what users should expect from wearable devices, showcasing the power of the ASUS ‘design thinking’ philosophy and ushering in a new era of true luxury and sophistication.”
HEY are not stopping with the vanity tax. After a controversial Philippine bill proposing to tax beauty and cosmetic products was filed January 11, here comes another plan that may end up being contentious, too.