Author: Ram Superable Agustin

Atome logs higher partner sales, growing merchant network in 2022

Atome, a subsidiary of Singaporean tech company Advance Intelligence Group, recently reported that the average ‘basket size’ of Filipinos who avail of its Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) financial service has increased by 30%, driven by recurring traffic from its existing user base and an omnichannel approach to both offline and online retail.

OnePlus expands product ecosystem with 3 new flagship smartphones

In the same breath as Huawei’s 1+8+N strategy, BBK Electronics subsidiary OnePlus recently lifted the curtains on the new products that will drive its 1+4+X strategy – the premium OnePlus 11 5G smartphone, the flagship OnePlus Buds Pro 2 Series earbuds, and the OnePlus Pad tablet.

FIRST IMPRESSIONS | Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

Days before Samsung unveiled the new Samsung Galaxy S23 series on the global stage at the semi-annual ‘Unpacked’ event, Samsung Philippines gave select local media, including Newsbytes.PH, a sneak peek on all three new smartphones.

REVIEW | Lenovo ThinkPad Z13 business laptop

The Lenovo ThinkPad Z13 takes the performance we’ve come to expect from ultraportables a notch further, making it ideal for productivity power users who are always on-the-go.

Samsung puts spotlight on new Galaxy S23 devices in ‘Unpacked’ event

South Korean tech brand Samsung has once again fused the performance and productivity of the Note series with the cameras and entertainment of the S series to deliver the next generation of Samsung Galaxy devices in 2023: the Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S23+, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

Legato Health Technologies rebrands into Carelon Global Solutions

With the goal of becoming the go-to trusted partner of healthcare institutions in the US, healthcare management services and solutions provider Legato Health Technologies went through a major overhaul into becoming Carelon Global Solutions.

Qualcomm teases satellite messaging feature

After two years of close collaboration, semiconductor giant Qualcomm and satellite communications company Iridium announced that satellite-based messaging technology will soon make its way to Android smartphones.

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