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Bmorn V99, V16 Android ICS Tablet Review

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 21, 2012

We’ve got another set of affordable Android ICS tablets on our hands -- a 10-inch Bmorn V99 and the samller, 7-inch Bmorn V16. Catch our full review of these two tablets after the break. Design and Construction V99 The overall design of the V99 actually resembles that of the 7-incher Ainol tablets that we’ve previously reviewed. From its rounded edges down to its black shiny plastic back complete with labels which attracts fingerprints like there's no tomorrow, the V99 is in our opinion NOVO7's bigger brother from another mother. A quick tour on the tablet's sides will reveal a total…

Why are Pinoys stuck with Friendster?

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: June 17, 2007

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 had any competition for Filipino's attention online. I replied nothing came close and even the well-funded start-up Eskwela.com didn't made a dent. But why? Have the online Pinoy really stuck it out with Friendster? The one main reason I can think of is the first…

Mozilla Thunderbird 1.5

Relevance: 15%      Posted on: January 14, 2006

Thunderbird 1.5 has been finally released just a couple of days ago. You can go ahead and download a copy here. If you're still stuck wiht MS Outlook or Outlook Express, you're missing out on something here. Give it a try. Just use the IMAP settings instead of POP so you'll retain all your emails on the server. Like the Firefox, Thunderbird has extensions and themes too.

ZTE Light Tab 2 Review

Relevance: 15%      Posted on: August 6, 2012

There's a lot of 7-inch Android tablets from multiple manufacturers currently out in the market, making the 7-inch category a highly competitive one. ZTE is not allowing itself to be left out by releasing a follow-up to last year's Light Tab. Now with faster and better specs, let's find how the Light Tab 2 fairs this time around. Design and Construction At first glance the tablet looks really solid. It is obviously made in plastic but doesn’t look cheap at all. The entire body has a matte finish with the glossy part left for the bezel. At portrait position, you'll…

Where do you hang out more?

Relevance: 13%      Posted on: December 20, 2007

With all the blogs, social networking sites and other Web 2.0 services out there, the regular surfers attention has been divided into smaller chunks. Our next poll asks people where they hang out the most. It used to be chatrooms and forums before. Now, there are social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace and Friendster. The there are tons and tons of blogs to read. How about Twitter, Jaiku and Pownce? Or still stuck with mailing lists and Yahoo! Groups? Please do share some insights and answer our poll at the sidebar. ;)

WordPress 2.0 Released

Relevance: 13%      Posted on: December 27, 2005

Matt was switching server an hour back while preparing for the launch of WordPress 2.0. Every other WP blogger is anticipating this release since last week. I am more interested with its built-in import utility which promises a smooth migration from any other blogging tool into WP2. I just hope it works well will Expression Engine, else we're stuck with it for PinoyBlog. Again, I don't recommend upgrading your blog to WP 2.0 immediately (unless of course you're installing it for the first time on a new blog). Could cause some glitches especially with your plugins and hacks. Let it…

GMail hits 5GB

Relevance: 12%      Posted on: November 18, 2007

Not that anybody noticed it, GMail storage has reached 5GB. It used to be really slow and the incremental count seemed stuck at 3GB. Luckily, Yahoo!Mail jumped the gun and offered unlimited, prompting Google to bump up the count a little bit. Competition really speeds things up nowadays.

Note 4’s #gapgate is a “necessary manufacturing feature”

Relevance: 12%      Posted on: October 1, 2014

Yesterday, we’ve posted iPhone 6 Plus had bendgate, Note 4 now has gapgate – in which initial users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have complained of a significant gap seen between the device’s frame and its display which is wide enough to insert cards and the like. Samsung has released an official statement and pointed out that it is a needed design feature. First official statement of Samsung: “The reported issue does not impact the functionality or quality of the Galaxy Note 4. We assure our customers that all Galaxy Note 4 units meet our strict manufacturing and quality control…

Advertising on Inq7.net via Adbrite

Relevance: 12%      Posted on: August 2, 2006

In the last 2 weeks, I've been experimenting on advertising my business with Inq7.net via Adbrite. I am running Adbrite on my blog myself so I know that clickthroughs and conversions are very low, much lower than Adsense from experience. Still Inq7.net's Technology channel is drawing an average 6,000 uniques and 10,000 pageviews per day, considering the ads are way below the page. For a 30-day text link from Adbrite, I only get to pay around $6.05. Pretty cheap if you ask me, though the ad rates have actually increased ($120) just a few days ago. I think I got…

Poll: Is the laptop vs. netbook battle shifting?

Relevance: 11%      Posted on: April 16, 2011

The year 2011 has seen so many tablets invading the market. It seems like the golden age of netbooks has come and gone and tablets have replaced it as the preferred portable computing device. Still, despite the growing popularity of tablets, I think a significant percentage of the consuming public still prefer netbooks (or, due to lack of budget, are still stuck with their old netbooks). As such, we're seeing netbooks being sold at under Php15k (or 30-50% cheaper than what they used to be). So is the "laptop vs. netbook" battle shifting to "netbook vs. tablet"? For people who…