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Squabble over income downs TipidPC?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: August 22, 2006

Those who have been PC enthusiasts at one time or another are likely to be a regular visitor at TipidPC.com. The site is undoubtedly the biggest online PC trading site in the Philippines. Only recently though, I have been informed that it has been having some rough times and went down for about a week due to alleged technical problems with the database. There's a rumor though of what really caused the extended downtime: There's allegedly been a squabble brewing lately between two giants on another site. This alleged fall out apparently precipitated during the last 48 hours. The more…

Philips GoGear Connect: 1st Android MP4

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: September 1, 2010

Wondered why it took this long but looks like Philips beat everybody else to it -- claiming the first Android-based MP4 player (Philips GoGear Connect) which they will officially unveil at the IFA in Berlin, Germany. I'm thinking this could be the one that could probably match the prowess of the iPod Touch. 3.2-inch touchscreen (113×12.6×59 mm) WiFi 802.11 b/g built-in camera microSD card slot The unit weighs about 128 grams but the rest of the details are still unknown. Philips GoGear Connect will be available in Western Europe, USA & China from the end of October 2010 with recommended…

Belkin’s coffeemaker can connect with your smartphone

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: November 12, 2014

Our smartphone has become a centerpiece of lifestyle. It has the ability to connect to our TVs, house lights, watches, fitness trackers, cameras, and even kitchen appliances. Like the Mr. Coffee from Belkin. The Mr. Coffee 10-Cup Smart Optimal Brew Coffeemaker with WeMo allows you to schedule, monitor and modify your brew straight from your smartphone. And the good thing, it all happens within your Wi-Fi network, no more pesky Bluetooth pairing. According to Belkin, Mr. Coffee can give you fresh coffee as soon as you get off your bed with its scheduler and the water temperature is "ideal for…

How to setup or connect Smart Bro to a router?

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: June 16, 2011

If you are subscribed to the Smart Bro Plan 999, you can still connect or configure it to a router so you can share the internet connection to other WiFi devices in your house. See the step by step instructions below to setup Smart Bro with your WiFi router. How to Configure Smart Bro with a Router: Step 1. First you must connect the Ethernet cable from the smartbro antenna to the WAN/Internet port of the router. Step 2. Connect your computer to one of the Ethernet ports of the router. Step 3. Make sure that ur PC is set…

Performancing Partners Ad Network

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: June 30, 2006

Performancing is launching an Ad Network specifically for bloggers. Dubbed Performancing Partners, the main goal of the ad network is to open the floor for bloggers to generate more passive income on top of direct income from their blogs. The ads will be non-contextual so you can run them alongside your Google AdSense or YPN ads. Two revenue models are being put in place -- Direct advertising on a monthly flat fee basis based on recommended CPM for category type, and CPA (cost per aquisition). Success of such a niche ad network will highly depend on the people behind it…

How a meshed network connects you with no Internet

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: May 9, 2014

The Internet has been the main gear that makes all the other smaller cogs turn about. In other words, Internet has been the vital element of which almost everything we do today is possible. What if we could manage to be connected even without any Internet signal present in the area? That’s exactly what wireless meshed networking is about. A wireless meshed network is basically a network made up of nodes. These nodes are either installed in strategic places or embedded in devices. They can receive and pass on data to other connected nodes as long as there’s a source…

R.I.P.: Yahoo! Publisher Network

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: April 27, 2010

Last March, Yahoo! emailed all of its publishers that it will discontinue running its Publisher Network (YPN) by April 30, 2010. YPN is Yahoo's own version of the more popular Google AdSense Network. The Yahoo! Publisher Network was launched way back in 2005 but never really went beyond the shores of the United States. I've actually signed up with YPN back in 2006 but was still put on hold since I'm not yet qualified. Since then, I've been getting regular email announcements about the network. Too bad it will close before we even get to try it here in the…

Globe Telecom network is now 100% 4G HSPA+

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: October 8, 2014

The Ayala-led telecommunications company, Globe Telecom, has announced that its entire network is now equipped with 4G HSPA+. The telecom giant has just completed its 100% 4G HSPA+ rollout last month. Back in June, Globe Telecom became the first full 3G network in the Philippines. "The Globe 4G HSPA+ network extends the company's ability, as a telecommunications provider, to adequately serve high data usage of customers amid proliferation of bandwidth-intensive applications and growing preference for smartphones and other mobile devices," Globe President & CEO Ernest Cu said. Next in the pipeline is the improving the LTE network of the company.…

Flipboard: Social Network turned e-Magazine

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: July 23, 2010

This new app for the iPad is pretty interesting. Flipboard turns your social network into a mash-up digital magazine -- a very interesting approach to content discovery. Login with your Facebook and Twitter account and Flipboard crawls all links, images and content from your network and organizes it into a single deck you can flip and read. You can also add a specific Twitter account of people you follow or select from a list of "Flip decks" to add to the mix and have yourself a personalized magazine. You can even share the story to your FB wall or re-tweet…

Globe upgrades network capacity, adds over 4000 new LTE cell sites

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: February 4, 2015

Mobile network giant Globe Telecom announced that it had activated 4,300 new LTE-TDD and LTE-FDD cell sites around the country as part of their current infrastructure upgrade program. This move enables the network to strengthen their mobile data service in major metropolitan areas such as Manila, Cebu, Davao and other key cities and tourist destinations in the country, enabling customers to explore and share online at faster internet speeds. The said upgrade, according to Globe, is needed to accommodate the increasing demand for smartphones and other data-capable devices. RELATED: Globe claims 100% 3G coverage, 4G/LTE in 3 months The network, according to its statement,…