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REVIEW | Honor X9a midrange smartphone

Two weeks after its official global release, Shenzhen-based smartphone brand Honor is finally bringing the midrange Honor X9a 5G-powered handset to local shores, boasting its high durability build and display, as well as its two-day battery life.

Oppo showcases night videography with new flagship device

The new Oppo Find X5 Pro is able to overcome low-light videography with a dedicated imaging Neural Processing Unit (NPU).

Oppo adds gaming powerhouse to A-series lineup

The new Oppo A96, which Oppo dubs as a device that is "Designed to be Powerful", features 8 gigabytes (GB) of memory paired with 256GB of storage, a large capacity 5000mAh battery, and the Snapdragon 680 chip.

DICT denies irregularity in procurement of gadgets worth P170M

The DICT said the items were intended for the e-learning initiatives of LGUS and that the supplier, Lex-Mar, is a wholesaler of office supplies and office equipment although it is also engaged in the construction business.

Landbank expands student loan to cover gadget purchase for e-learning

Under the enhanced I-STUDY Lending Program, Landbank is now offering a loan of up to P50,000 per student to finance the purchase of learning gadgets that can be included in the maximum loanable amount of P150,000 per student or P300,000 per parent-borrower to cover payment for tuition or enrolment-related fees.

Jabra unveils new Elite 85t compact wireless earbuds

Jabra has adapted ear gels to an oval shape, providing a better sealing in the ear. The Elite 85t is also Qi-certified and is compatible with all Qi wireless chargers.

Overexposure to digital devices causes vision problems, doctor warns

Prolonged use of digital gadgets may cause myopia or nearsightedness, computer vision syndrome (CVS), and age-related macular degeneration (AMD) in both children and adults.

GADGET WATCH | SmartFeeder controls feeding of pets via smartphone

Here's a gadget that will capture the hearts of pet lovers.

Study: Kids addicted to digital devices prone to psychiatric problems

Teens who are heavy users of digital devices are twice as likely as infrequent users to show symptoms of ADHD.

Not Stupid | Automatic holy water dispenser makes perfect sense

Contrary to what some misguided folks may want you to think, religion and science can mix.
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