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Colgate-Palmolive tries viral video campaign

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: April 13, 2008

Or some semblance thereof. If you've watched the recent advert on Colgate's Fresh Confidence online video contest, you'll realize they're pushing the website to attract the millions of Filipino YouTubers. The right ingredients are there -- an online webcam-singing contest, huge cash prizes and giveaways, and a chance to be selected as one of the models in a Colgate commercial. Remember those popular Chinese boys lip synching the BackStreet Boys on YouTube? This online contest should be very attractive to a growing number of Filipino YouTubers. It would have been better if they allow embedding of submitted videos on other…

How much storage are you getting from your smartphone?

Relevance: 25%      Posted on: February 8, 2014

We all know that smartphones come in different storage sizes. Unfortunately, we don't get the whole nine yards because of the system and occasional bloatware. It's not the same across the board though so we compiled actual internal storage sizes from top smartphones we have in our arsenal and listed them here for a quick comparison. Majority of the smartphones we have on this list runs one Android (4.1.1 to 4.3) but we also included the iPhone 5S, a couple of Lumia handsets and a BlackBerry Z10. Since we have different storage variants across our devices, we're going to focus…

Lenovo releases K900 with 32GB storage for Php22,999

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: November 2, 2013

When Lenovo Mobile first released the Atom-powered K900 in the Philippines, it only had 16GB of internal storage and no option for microSD expansion. This month they're shipping a new variant with a 32GB internal storage instead. The suggested retail price remains at Php22,999. We bought our own Lenovo K900 back in July and they only had the silver color variant available. That still remains to be the same until today. You can read our full review of the Lenovo K900 here.

Yahoo! Mail Unlimited Storage

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: June 8, 2007

I was just checking my Yahoo! Mail today and I noticed it has finally upgraded my Inbox to unlimited. Cool. Does that mean we'd bee seeing something similar to a GDisk storage soon? How does unlimited storage work? It's pretty straightforward—users that follow normal email practices and comply with our anti-abuse limits can consume an unlimited amount of free email storage. This will apply to both new and existing users. I guess that means "no". Anybody else still using Yahoo! Mail noticed the unlimited storage upgrade?

How much storage do you have on your microSD card?

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: May 12, 2012

When reviewing handsets, a lot of times we focus on storage as a major deal breaker. To some extent it's important and on occasion, it may have turned off a lot of people from actually buying a smartphone because of the lack of storage capacity. Of course, there will be isolated cases. The 16GB iPhone is still the most popular variant of the iPhone line (it's usually the first one to run out of stocks). The same cannot be said of other handsets though -- especially all the Windows Phone 7 smartphones that do not support external storage. Based on…

Poll: How much digital storage do you have?

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: September 5, 2009

When the 1-terabyte HDD broke the Php5,000-barrier ($100-barrier), I thought this will be the year when most PCs will be on the terabyte range. So I thought, let's put it as a poll. How much digital storage do you have at home? As an example, I got 2 x 1TB HDD, 1 x 500GB, 1 x 640GB and 2 x 320GB at home for a total of 3.78TB. That does not include the portable storage I have on laptop/netbooks which adds up to another 570GB. I've posted a poll on the sidebar with the following choices: How much HDD storage

Microsoft OneDrive offers free 15GB cloud storage

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: June 24, 2014

Microsoft has announced that it will bump up its free cloud storage for OneDrive, from 7GB it will soon start with free 15GB for all users. The new offering puts OneDrive up to par with Google Drive which is also offering free 15GB worth of cloud storage. In addition, all Office 365 subscribers will get 1TB of OneDrive storage. "For Office 365 Home ($9.99/mo) you’ll get 1 TB per person (up to 5 people), and with Office 365 Personal ($6.99/mo) and University ($79.99/4yr) you will get 1 TB per subscription." Finally, OneDrive is also dropping their monthly prices for their…

Microsoft debuts OneDrive, gives 100GB free storage

Relevance: 23%      Posted on: February 20, 2014

Earlier today, Microsoft offered 100GB storage to the first 100,000 users who signed up for their recently launched cloud-based storage service called OneDrive. Formerly known as SkyDrive, the software giant was forced to rebrand their service after losing a legal dispute filed by a UK-based company, Sky Broadcasting. In addition to its new name, Microsoft has also made some minor improvements on OneDrive, particularly in allocating free storage to users. The company has patterned its business model to DropBox wherein users are rewarded with 500MB worth of extra storage on top of the default 7GB storage every time they successfully…

Amazon Cloud offers unlimited storage for $59.99 a year

Relevance: 23%      Posted on: March 27, 2015

Amazon is upping its ante in the cloud storage with Amazon Unlimited Cloud Storage. It now offers unlimited photo storage with a monthly fee of just $1 while unlimited everything (all formats like video, docs and pdf) will only set you back $5 a month. These prices are way cheaper than most other cloud storage like Dropbox. There are two packages that Amazon is offering: Unlimited Photos Plan (free 3-month trial, then $11.99 per year–equivalent of less than $1 per month): Store an infinite number of photos in Cloud Drivewithout worrying about taking up space on phones, cameras, or other…

Get up to 250GB storage for your GMail

Relevance: 23%      Posted on: August 11, 2007

Two months ago, Yahoo! started giving its email users unlimited mailbox storage. Since then, the battle for the email storage got heated with the ante going on Yahoo's side. I thought it was just a matter of time when Google would offer GMail users unlimited storage too or something close to what Yahoo! E-Mail is offering. That hasn't happened yet, but for those hungry for more mailbox space, how about a 250GB upgrade? Your current GMail is somewhere around 2.8GB right now. Check here to see your actual usage. If you're almost at the brim, then go get yourself an…