Pokemon Go Now Has Almost As Many Active Users As Twitter

We all know the gigantic server crush that affected Niantic and Nintendo’s surefire hit, Pokémon Go that’s still preventing the official roll-out of the game to various other countries (including the PH) until now. But the extent of the apps’ popularity hasn’t been that clear since the app is literally less than a month old. […]

Ye Olde Yahoo! Messenger Bids Adieu in August

Nostalgia Hits! Yahoo! recently announced that it will be shutting down the previous version of their once popular Instant Messaging service on August 5. Yes, kids! Before Facebook Messenger, Viber, Whatsapp, and whatever messaging services you have on your phone — there was Yahoo! Messenger. Now that Yahoo! released an updated version for their messaging […]

What You need to Know About the Zero Cash Out Smart iPhone 6S and 6S Plus Plans

Details of the Zero Cash Out Smart iPhone 6S Offer Smart just announced their postpaid plan offer for the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. The offers are definitely appealing and worth looking into especially if you’ve been thinking of switching or you want to get your first postpaid plan. Here are the things that […]

Google Polishes Android With Android M

Here’s the big features that you can expect with the new release Today Google gave I/O attendees a sneak peek at Android M – the company’s upcoming version of the Android operating system. If L was a major overhaul of Android, M is aimed more at bug squashing and optimization. Apps will now ask permissions […]

The New Telco Battleground: Content and Payments?

Some Thoughts on the Telco Business For the longest time telco companies like Smart and Globe have relied heavily on SMS and calls for their revenues. However with the rapid and massive growth of mobile Internet, revenues from both these services, especially SMS, have plummeted. With mobile Internet and smartphones, their customers suddenly had access […]

Nokia Lumia 930 Review: The Best Windows Phone to Date

We review the Lumia 930! Before Nokia’s handset division was wholly gobbled up by Microsoft, the company created the Lumia Icon, which was sold exclusively to Verizon customers in the US. A few months later the company announced the Lumia 930, which is basically the Icon made for the international market. What makes the 930 […]