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November 15, 2014

ESGS 2014: 2 Days of Action-packed event for Pinoy Gamers

Dubbed as “the largest gaming convention to happen in the Philippines”, Smart GameX and Smart Communications, together with the event head organizer Joebert Yu, will be hosting this year’s Electronic Sports and Gaming Summit or commonly known as ESGS 2014.

June 17, 2007

Why are Pinoys stuck with Friendster?

I was interviewed by PBS Mediashift associate editor Jennifer Woodard Maderazo about social networking sites and how Friendster has found its home in the hearts of millions of Filipinos (read article here: Orkut, Friendster Get Second Chance Overseas). One of the questions she asked me (though it wasn’t included in that article) was whether Friendster […]

September 21, 2014

Cherry Mobile Cosmos One Review

Cherry Mobile has come a long way since they entered the local scene some five years ago. And they decided to celebrate their 5th year of doing business in the country by launching a limited edition smartphone called Cosmos One.

July 13, 2013

House Bill 1180: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

On the latter part of my report, I mentioned that although the provisions under the House Bill 1180 are aimed at improving the work environment of BPO workers, there are some things that I feel like are a little bit over the top. In this segment, we’re gonna take a closer look at the bill’s […]

November 27, 2012

Star Mobile Astra Review

In the past, phones with TV functionality was a hit for some of our fellow Pinoys. Star Mobile looks to bring that fad back with the Astra. Catch the full review after the break.

August 14, 2012

Is Piso Net really a lucrative business?

Piso Net has been making quite a buzz in the metro since early 2010, but it’s not only until recently that the enterprise got the attention of business-minded folks. So what is Piso Net and how are things from a business standpoint? Is it really a viable source of extra income? YugaTech investigates.

May 15, 2012

Cherry Mobile W900 Review

Cherry Mobile recently introduced yet another affordable Android smartphone they called the Dragon Phone. After more than a week’s time with it, we’re pretty sure what Cherry Mobile is gunning for with this new handset. Check out our full review of the Cherry Mobile W900 after the break.

February 24, 2012

Nokia Lumia 800 Review

Nokia’s adoption of the Windows Phone 7 platform will steer a new direction to the Finnish company. Among the first few handsets that was borne out of this new partnership with Microsoft is the Nokia Lumia 800. Check out our full review after the jump.

January 19, 2012

Noontec Zoro Headphone comes to town

We’ve seen and used a number of Noontec products before, from the media players to the portable battery packs, but this headphones certainly brings Noontec into sensitive territories.

December 04, 2010

Groupon buys its way into the Philippines

Over a dozen group buying sites have mushroomed in the Philippines over the last year. Some are local start-ups while others are borne from neighboring countries like Singapore and Hong Kong. Big ticket player Groupon hasn’t really penetrated this part of Asia until news broke out early this week.

October 12, 2010

Cherry Mobile Magnum HD is an Android!

The high-end smartphones are gonna get some serious competition with the Cherry Mobile Magnum HD. This HTC HD2 look-alike could spoil the entry of the HTC Desire HD later this year with an unbelievable price of Php18,990.

September 06, 2008

Lenovo IdeaPad S10 in the flesh

Just like most other netbooks we’ve published here in the last couple of days, the Lenovo IdeaPad S10 also made its debut during the Intel Atom launch.

May 10, 2008

Cure to launch 3G in the Philippines

Another telco is coming to town. Connectivity Unlimited Resource Enterprise, Inc. (CURE) will officially launch it’s 3G mobile service in the Philippines this month.

March 26, 2008

Tech Events, more Awards and an Ad-Supported Free WiFi

Cute, small and cheap laptops are in so every manufacturer wants to jump into the bandwagon. Here’s a collection of tech news links and Makati’s version of San Francisco’s free wifi city.

January 26, 2008

No AdSense on 5-Day Old Domains

If you just got a new domain, launched a blog and wanted to monetize it with AdSense, you can’t do it on the first 5 days. That’s according to an insider information that says Google will stop monetizing all domains if they are less than five days old.

September 23, 2007

Gimme some juice!

Marc and I were shopping for some suit last week in anticipation of next month’s SEMCON 2007 and Aaron Wall’s wedding with his would-be Filipina wife. While discussing details of the conference, I told him that he should be blamed for locally popularizing loaded terms such as link juice, link love and link bait. He […]

July 26, 2007

The 1st JesCom Media Convention

I’ve been invited to speak at the first media convention series by the Jesuit Communications in Ateneo along with fellow bloggers Manolo Quezon and Prof. William Yu CISS (Yam, haba na ng name mo bai! :D). The seminar series will start on August, every Saturday for 4 weeks and is geared towards non-profit organizations and […]

February 20, 2007

Google Reader takes the lead

My recent post on PTB talks about the recent introduction of Google Reader subscriber stats via Feedburner. Initial survey on several blogs I run showed Google Reader taking the top spot. Is it the same with your feeds? Btw, I don’t wanna sound superstitious but I didn’t like the number out of my Feedburner chicklet […]

January 30, 2007

Lauren takes the top spot with Flavors of Negros

It was Bryanboy who first notified me that he lost his ranking/listing on PinoyTopBlogs the other day. When I checked the site, I realized it already reset and it was just the 29th. Oh well, since I disabled tracking, the system listed the blogs in some weird way. After re-activating the system, Lauren Dado’s Laurganism […]

October 23, 2006

Adsense over-optimization could lead to click fraud?

I was able to talk with Retz of Pinoy Big Blogger fame in the last Philippine BlogCon and he told me that he got banned from Adsense due to click fraud, or at least that’s what the Adsense Rep told him what happened. In short, there was too much repetitive clicking happening on his ads. […]

September 18, 2006

Will Filipinos buy music online?

Apple has been selling billions of songs online for over two years now thru iTunes. Yet, it has not been able to widen its market in a Asia Pacific region mainly because of high risk of copyright issues and prevalence of peer-to-peer sharing. I was actually curious before on how it works especially when downloadable […]

July 03, 2006

Forum Monetization & PEx’s Business Model

PinoyExchange (PEx) is probably one, if not the oldest, of the commercial sites in the Philippine cyberspace that breezed thru the dotcom boom and survived the bust. With memberships of 171,729 and 15,258,823 posts since July 1999, PEx could very well be the second biggest site in the country in terms of traffic next to […]

June 19, 2006

The State of Philippine ISPs

My recent entry at PTB talks about “MyDestiny and the quality of local ISPs“. While we’re enjoying the fruits of competition in the broadband internet industry by way of lower rates and higher bandwidth, we usually suffer from service lock-ups and really crappy customer service. They say, we get what we pay for. Does that […]

June 03, 2006

EverythingOnline.ph: Net Cafe Franchise in a Box?

I was going to blog this over at PTB the other day but Mon beat me to it. I went out on a coffee at Starbucks 6750 Thursday evening when I noticed some party happening just beside it. We went out to check on it and found the launching of EverythingOnline.PH (EOL). It was a […]

March 15, 2006

Defining the Philippine Blogosphere

Last month, we had some good discussions about who or what comprises the Philippine Blogosphere. With the numerous projects (or lists) that I’ve launched and with the different entities/groups that help promote Filipino bloggers or Philippine blogs, there have been varying distinctions as to what makes a blog Pinoy. Take for example the Philippine Blog […]

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