OUR ideal job is the one we have created for ourselves. But if you’re still looking for a gig, and you play video games a ton — to the disgruntlement of your parents, we presume — your dream job is currently up for grabs. Ubisoft Philippines is hiring full-time testers, per the company’s official Facebook page.
WE are right smack in the middle of Mobile World Congress, but Apple is inadvertently stealing some of the limelight from companies exhibiting at the biggest show for the mobile industry.
LENOVO-OWNED Motorola didn’t unveil a new top-end phone at this year’s Mobile World Congress [MWC] in Barcelona. Instead, we got a duo of midrange handsets — the Moto G5 (click for complete specs) and the Moto G5 Plus (click for full specs) — that will jointly carry the torch for the brand’s best-selling G series this year.
THE dust has settled on OPPO’s Mobile World Congress [MWC] 2017 presentation, and we now know for sure what the company has kept under wraps for weeks. Surprisingly, we’re not getting a new phone, but rather a new camera technology that we might see down the road. Sooner rather than later, we hope.
THREE new Nokia smartphones — the international variant of the Nokia 6, the Nokia 5, and the Nokia 3 — were announced by HMD Global at MWC 2017, the year’s biggest phone show. But it was the Nokia 3310 reboot (click for complete specs), a dumb phone like the version from almost 17 years ago, that had the tech community talking during and after the event, for better or worse.
ANDROID fans, take notice: MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2017 is currently in full swing, meaning many of the industry’s biggest names — LG, Huawei, and OPPO, to name but three — will be previewing their signature Android phones and giving us a peek of what to expect — and to salivate for — later this year.
CHINA’S TCL Communication seems to be carrying the weight of the world on its shoulders. Its mission when it got the rights to make smartphones under the BlackBerry name: to turn the once-loved brand’s misfortunes around. Today, ahead of MWC 2017, we have finally seen the first true phone that TCL hopes will bring former Crackberries back into the fold, the BlackBerry KeyOne (click for complete specs).
THIS year’s Mobile World Congress (aka MWC, or the massive phone event you ought to be paying attention to) is almost in full effect now. Know how we can tell? Because manufacturers are already making product announcements before the event kicks off on February 27.