Author Archives: Gadjo Sevilla

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About Gadjo Sevilla

Gadjo C. Sevilla covers technology, lifestyle as well as travel and leisure. Fascinated with all facets of consumer technology, Gadjo has followed developments and trends in various industries and covered numerous trade shows, and international product launch events.

Accountability Should be Social Media’s next big Innovation

The benefits of services like Facebook and Twitter are undeniable. They connect billions of people, enable communication at the speed of thought, and they have also, for better or worse, made it possible for anyone to voice out their opinions and beliefs. But what happens when these services are abused?

Who will triumph in the Foldable Phone segment?

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The Foldable segment could be huge for smartphone and PC manufacturers. Not only are these expected to be premium devices that consumers wanting the latest and greatest will spend on. But they also offer innovation and features beyond what smartphones have.

The best free library apps for consuming content

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Being able to access content using your library is actually one of the best ways to keep informed and entertained without breaking the bank. Here are some of the best I’ve tried. 

The best convertibles and 2-in-1 PCs

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Ideal for consumers, students, and professional users, 2-in-1 convertibles can be the ideal computing solution for users seeking the reliability of a notebook with the novelty of a tablet.

The best gaming notebooks and accessories

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
We now have impossibly thin yet powerful gaming notebooks with the latest processors, fast storage and RAM as well as stunning graphics performance. We also have larger, beefier gaming notebooks that can put desktop gaming rigs and even premium consoles to shame.

Foldables: A look at Tech’s next big product category

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

There’s an inherent problem with Foldables. If we look at other products, we can see that folding versions of items are designed for portability and convenience but take a huge hit in terms of reliability and performance.