Last week, Engadget reported that Facebook was testing a new way of liking posts on the social media site. The tech giant introduced a set of emoticons called Reactions. Basically, it allows you to express how you feel about posts on your newsfeed.
Filipinos love their selfies. In fact, we love it so much that Makati, the Philippines’ business hub, was named the Selfie Capital of the World. ASUS took it one step further and released a smartphone for the self-photograph enthusiast. Armed with a 13MP Pixel Master front camera, the ZenFone Selfie was born.
Earlier in the year, Lenovo launched the Dolby Atmos equipped A7000. The Taiwanese tech giant decided to upgrade the device and added a better display, a slightly faster processor, and double the storage. Without changing the look, the aptly named Lenovo A7000 Plus is a surprising sub PHP 8k smartphone with a lot to offer.
Carmudi recently revealed its research results on the growth of the Philippine Car Financing sector. The company prepared the report to provide an outlook on the current and future state of car financing in the country and how it affects consumer attitudes towards credit. Unsurprisingly, it showed how much we, Filipinos, love our cars.