Dane Enerio

Steam Deck OLED gives the Switch OLED a Run for its Money

Valve has just announced the Steam Deck OLED, an update to the company’s well-received handheld gaming console that offers a much better screen, cooling, and battery life, among many other things. But there’s a catch (we’ll get to that later.) As its name suggests, the most apparent upgrade to the new Steam Deck OLED, which […]

Gogoro’s First PH Showroom Gives Us a Glimpse of the E-Bike Future

Taiwanese ridesharing company Gogoro has taken its first real steps in entering the Philippines, as it unveiled a store in Makati on Tuesday, November 7, to prepare for an upcoming commercial launch. Gogoro, brought locally through a joint venture between it, Globe’s 917Ventures, and Ayala Corporation showed off a range of electric battery-powered Smartscooters at […]

Bose Launches QuietComfort Ultra Headphones, Earbuds in PH

Premium audiophile gear maker Bose launched several new products in the Philippines on  November 8. We were invited to the launch event at a hip rooftop bar in Makati City and tried out three of their products including the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Headphones. Here are our first impressions. Bose QuietComfort Ultra Bluetooth Headphones The Bose […]

Epic Games Store Still in the Red Despite Giving Away Games

When Epic Games launched its own digital storefront in December 2018, the American developer had pretty high aspirations. The creatively named Epic Games Store was supposed to shake up the industry that, at the time, was still dominated by Steam, the platform owned by the legendary studio Valve. While faced with a daunting task, the […]

Apple to Release More Efficient, Self-Made Batteries by 2025

Apple is supposedly developing next-generation batteries that are more efficient and more powerful than the ones currently available on the market. The tech giant is planning to commercialize these new in-house batteries starting in 2025, South Korean media outlet ETNews reported. These batteries will then be installed in Apple products that are to be released […]

This is Most Likely the Processor of the Switch 2

Just to be clear: Nintendo has not officially announced the Switch 2. However, the successor of the company’s popular handheld gaming console was reportedly shown off in secret to developers last August during Gamescom. Since then, more and more details regarding the rumored Switch 2 have surfaced, including its possible processor. Overwhelming evidence currently points […]

itel A70 Arrives with Incredible Php 2.7k Launch Price

The itel A70 is set to become available in the Philippines with a limited-time 31% discount come midnight of November 7. The discount brings down the price of the A70 to just Php 2,678. This discounted price is most likely for the base variant, which has 3GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. Despite that, getting […]

EDSA Bus Lane Violators can Receive up to Php 30k Fine

Motorists who are caught using the bus-exclusive EDSA carousel lane without any authorization – whether they’re public or private – will face larger fines starting November 13, the MMDA announced today (November 6). First offenders of the new system will now be fined Php 5,000, and every succeeding breach will carry a harsher penalty, with […]

Back Button Broken on Facebook App for Android Users

Stop mashing that back button when using the Facebook app: it won’t do you any good.  The back button has simply stopped working for some Android users of the Facebook App, forcing users to click on the app’s own back button instead. The issue is not locked to the devices of a specific manufacturer as […]

How to Diagnose and Fix Common Android, iOS Battery Issues

If your device has been overheating or experiencing faster-than-usual battery drain lately, then it might be due for a checkup. That’s because those two issues specifically are known signs of a failing battery. Fortunately, diagnosing the health of a battery, whether it’s on a device running on Android or  iOS, is quite easy so that […]