J. Angelo Racoma
J. Angelo Racoma is passionate about the enabling nature of technology in both emerging and established markets. A technology and automotive journalist with a keen eye for emerging standards, Angelo has written extensively about mobile, social media, enterprise apps and startups as senior writer for e27 and contributor to Android Authority. Angelo lives east of Manila and is looking to become better-immersed in the emerging tech startup scene in the Philippines. Follow @jangelo via Twitter for updates.
Singapore-based media startup e27 has announced a second round of funding, meant for its expansion into APAC, and its goal toward a more global audience.
DesignCrowd launches its crowdsourced design efforts in the Philippines, India and Singapore.
With the dust settling over Windows 8′s grand launch, t’s worth asking: has it worked? Will the new OS crack the IT market, in Asia and elsewhere?
Will Apple’s latest iPad offerings overshadow the Microsoft Surface, or has Apple lost its innovative touch?
Samsung Electronics Co. has unveiled a smaller and cheaper version of the Galaxy S III smartphone with the same screen size as the iPhone 5.
President Benigno Aquino III has signed the proposed Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 into law, four months after approval at the Philippine Congress.
Rumors indicate that the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer is planning to license Windows or BlackBerry for its smartphones.
Samsung reports having sold 20 million units of the Galaxy S3 smartphone within its first three months.
628,000 laptops and 392,000 desktop computers were sold to consumers and businesses across Thailand in S2 2012, with businesses taking 27% of the market.