Flashback to 2011. I SO wanted a Lytro if not for the novelty, at least my photos won’t be blurry again. It’s hard to explain in words why one would want this camera — more so trying to elaborate its unique feature: being able to define different focal points. Since the Lytro comes with a … Continue reading Hands on with the Lytro, a camera that takes ‘living pictures’
In the market for a new TV? Confused with all the different stickers like 1080p, Full HD, HD ready? What about 4K TV’s and Smart TV’s? I’ve written up an 8-point guide to buying a modern day flat screen television while distilling the geek speak. Do have a read.
Globalization and international business stops for no one. It’s clear that if you want to be taken seriously as competition for other business in the market you occupy, you need to be ready to make sacrifices. Being available as often as possible without exhausting yourself and making sure that you’re always up to date with … Continue reading Three Essentials for Your Business Phone
It’s a segment most often ignored by home consumers: LED projectors. Apparently they’ve come a long way. We’ve seen ultra-small projectors that began the adoption of LED such as the FF1 Ultralight from Toshiba. Today, being ultra-light and ultra-compact is but one feature of these modern day projectors.
If some of your gadgets have taken collateral damage from the recent storm, you may want to check out the SM Cyberzone Tech Sale that’s on till the 15th of September 2013. The sale covers all 27 SM Cyberzone branches around the country. Not only are tablets, phones, cameras and computers on sale — but … Continue reading SM Cyberzone Holds Tech Sale Till September 15 2013
Ed’s Note: The official distributor of this SCUBA Mask hasn’t given me a price for it yet. I’ll update this post as soon as I hear back from them. As an underwater photographer that doesn’t have a video capable camera, it’s hard to balance the logistics of wanting to take both video and photo during … Continue reading Review: Liquid Image Wide Angle SCUBA SERIES HD 1080P Dive Mask
How could you possible include a geeky tech angle to WICKED finally showing in Manila this 2014? Well, when everyone else was tweeting and Instagram-ing, the first thing I did was to edit the WICKED (Musical) Wikipedia entry to add Manila, Philippines and the CCP to the list of international shows:
[First published on August 5 2013 at 8List.PH] As a gadget geek and lover of the oceans, I have spent a considerable amount of time testing whether this little device over here can be brought down into the depths of the seas. Because we live in a country with the best beaches, I’m going to … Continue reading Rundown: Water resistant gadgets for the rainy season
Cloud computing and storage is a major proponent in the continued push toward enhanced Internet integration in the personal and business settings. By providing applications as a service, as well as virtual server space, this offering has changed many aspects of communications and transmissions on the Internet. However, before you place any sensitive data onto … Continue reading Safety Issues Associated with Cloud Services
Confirmed! Kobe Bryant will be coming to Manila this August 12 2013. Kobe is the current endorser of the Lenovo K900, one of the first Intel-powered Android devices in the market today. Lenovo Mobile has chosen Kobe as their brand icon exclusively for China and the Philippines. Specs for the phone include: 2GHz Intel Atom … Continue reading Kobe Bryant is coming to Manila for Lenovo Mobile [August 12 2013]
I was blown away by Arnold Arre’s Chapter One. This 2013, he’s coming out with his first animated film. Watch the trailer! MILKYBOY, a short animated film by Arnold Arre Starring (the voices of) Mihk Vergara / Yvette Tan Denise Mallabo / Chris Costello / Miguel Nacianceno RJ Ledesma / Erwin Romulo / Gang Badoy … Continue reading Milkyboy: An Animated Film by Arnold Arre
There’s definitely more to gaming than violence. Lately I’ve been mulling over purchasing A LOT of simulation games. Euro Truck Simulator 2 for instance seemed like one big Internet joke but it’s become an inexplicable darling in the gaming circles and all you do is drive a truck. And that’s it — the mundane can … Continue reading The emerging trend of non-violence in video games
Before you read on, watch the video above. This isn’t your typical theme park for kids. It more closely resembles a fully-functioning nation. For kids. Opening at the Fort in 2014, KidZania is a fully-realized city built to scale for kids. Kids between the ages of 4-14 years will be able to take on different … Continue reading KidZania Manila Theme Park to open at The Fort in November 2014
So many phones and tablets out there — and yes, the hybrids of different brands are equally populating the stalls. What makes the ASUS Fonepad stand out? Apart from being an all-in-one tablet and an Android powered smartphone, it actually kills the battery life category. You won’t believe it, but the Fonepad’s battery can last … Continue reading ASUS Fonepad has excellent battery life, PHP 11,995 for 8GB
Carl Sagan: “The Cosmos is all that is or was or ever will be…” Neil deGrasse Tyson: “It’s time … to get going again.” I am super pumped for this! The Cosmos is a 13-part miniseries created by the late Carl Sagan which ran from 1980 to 1990 and is still being viewed as the … Continue reading If you love science, The Cosmos reboot is something to look forward to and watch with your kids (2014)