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.

What to expect from Android Wear 2.0

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
Is there still space for Android Wear 2.0 devices in a world divided between Apple Watch and Fitbit trackers? Google seems to think so and is putting health tracking, mobile payments, Google Assistant and messaging at the forefront of its new OS and devices.

Netflix focuses on original content as well as personalization features

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

“Success at Netflix is measured by people watching more, thus are they getting more value from Netflix and are they retaining better or staying with the subscription service. Our rallying cry is ‘less browsing and more playing,’ we don’t want our subscribers to have to browse to find suitable content, we’re finding ways to get this content to them,” Yellin explains.

Why do Chromebooks dominate the education market?

By Gadjo Sevilla

How does a device that can’t run classic desktop apps, requires constant Internet access, and has less storage space than a smartphone become the darling of the educational market? Here’s how the Chromebook’s inherent weaknesses helped make it the leading choice for education.

Looking back at Pebble’s importance to the wearable segment

Pebble’s approach was not to mimic what was on the smartphone, nor did it rely heavily on apps. Instead, Pebble watches brought up alerts, reminders and functions as they were needed. Pebble’s OS was both elegant and quirky and had a personality that was reminiscent of PalmOS or MacOS 9.

International CES 2017 Preview

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

CES, or the International Consumer Electronics Show, is a yearly event that has grown in scale. Not only does it focus on computers, smartphones, tablets, accessories and appliances but increasing attention has gone to connected cars, wearables, 3-D Printing and emerging technologies like AR (Augmented Reality) and VR (Virtual Reality).