TCL Just Outplayed Samsung and LG with their New 115-inch X955 TV

TCL has just made the ultimate flex for the Philippine market, as the brand has launched the biggest TV available for regular consumers in the country. The TCL X955 is a 115-inch QD-Mini LED TV aimed at projecting the brand’s technological expertise for flat-panel TVs to Filipinos. TCL’s new TV is a flex with its […]

Better Solution? LGUs Told To Plan Routes for Electric Vehicles

Less than a month before the MMDA formally implements its ban on e-bikes on major roads, the DILG has instructed LGUs to plan routes where electric vehicles like e-bikes can operate. This will cover light electric vehicles like e-bikes and e-trikes and is part of the Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act (EVIDA Law). In a […]

The LG Transparent OLED TV “Disappears” When Not in Use

LG makes waves at this year’s CES yet again with the Signature OLED T, which is touted as the world’s first wireless transparent OLED TV. Making this TV set unique is its 77-inch OLED panel that seamlessly blends in any environment when not in use, giving it an illusion that the TV is “invincible”. In […]

LG Philippines Celebrates 10 Years of OLED Innovation

As the leader when it comes to OLED technology, LG Philippines celebrated 10 years of innovating OLED last July 12 at the Korean Cultural Center in Taguig. The event showcased the journey of LG in developing and innovating OLED displays in the past 10 years, ranging from curved displays to powerful imaging processors like the […]

Pres. Marcos: DICT To Facilitate LGU Adoption Of E-Gov’t System

In a move to step towards the future, President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has instructed the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) to facilitate the adoption of the e-government system by local government units (LGUs) as part of the government’s digitalization efforts. Here’s the scoop on the latest development. The Presidential Communications Office (PCO) […]

Samsung Concedes, to use LG OLED Panels for High-End TVs

It seems that Samsung wants to concede to LG in order to remain profitable, as the latter secured a deal with the former according to an exclusive report by Reuters. According to the report, LG Display will supply around 2 million OLED panels next year and aims to boost that to 3 million and 5 […]

Smart Partners with Valenzuela LGU for SIM Registration Rollout

In its push to encourage its users to register their SIM cards, Smart has partnered with the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela (PLV) and the local government of Valenzuela City in assisting their residents in registering their SIM cards. Covering 33 barangays in Valenzuela City, PLV student volunteers help out with the SIM registration awareness […]

LG Unveils A Flexible Car Screen For The Center Console

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2023 won’t be complete without some automotive innovations. LG has just announced some flexible car screen technologies that could revolutionize the way users interact with their vehicle cabins. With this, the “intrusiveness” of a conventional flat-panel display may be completely eliminated in the future. At the top is a flat […]

LG Announces Smartphone Camera Zoom Module…With No Bump

LG Innotek saw a lot of various innovations unveiled for the world to see. One, in particular, struck a chord with us: the company’s latest Optical Telephoto Zoom Camera Module promises enhanced optical zoom capabilities on LG systems while removing that camera bump. While they might not be present in the smartphone game anymore, providing […]

It has Begun: Scammers Have Started To Weaponize Nostalgia

Every time we come across news that a platform that’s long dead come back to life, we get excited about it. Nostalgia can affect the emotions of people so much, that some fail to realize how it can be dangerous–especially with how scammers are actually using it as a weapon to victimize people. Such was […]

Ano ba talaga: Can LGUs Confiscate Your Driver’s License?

The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) recently released a memorandum reiterating that Local Government Units (LGUs) cannot confiscate a driver’s license. However, Republic Act No. 4136 says otherwise. Let’s discuss the pertinent provisions to shed some light on the problem. The recently issued memorandum from DILG reiterates Section 3.4 of DILG-DOTC Joint Memorandum Circular […]

LTO Asks LGUs To Lower NCAP Fines for PUVs

The Land Transportation Office (LTO) said it will appeal the NCAP fines for public utility vehicles (PUVs), saying they are way much higher than what the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is imposing. According to LTO chief Assistant Secretary Teofilo Guadiz III, the fines imposed under NCAP should be the same, if not lower, as […]