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Oppo Find 7a gets TWRP custom recovery

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: April 15, 2014

The Philippines is one of the first few countries to see the Oppo Find 7a as it is not yet released in the United States. After a week of its local launch, a TWRP custom recovery is now supported by the device thanks to developers. Now, users of the Find 7a can manually backup and restore their entire handsets. TWRP or TeamWin Recovery Project is a touch-based custom recovery tool that was originally made for Nexus devices. It didn't last long, though, before it was made available for other smartphones and tablets. Using TWRP, not only could you fully backup…

SERPs Update: Do custom permalinks work?

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: July 26, 2007

Several people have emailed me asking whether the change from the default permalinks to the new custom permalinks will have an effect on the blog's search engine rankings, Page Rank and ultimately traffic. With over 1,700+ posts, I was a bit worried the results will be tragic. But I held my hopes up. Only two days after I rebooted this blog with a new theme and change the permalink structure, I'm already seeing the results of the search engines re-indexing my blog. Now, I think I have the answer to this. See results after the jump. I 301'ed the old…

Tips on Changing Custom Permalinks

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: August 1, 2007

Several people have emailed me asking feedback about my recent change in permalink structure. Instead of sending the same emails over and over again, I thought I’d share some of the lessons I’ve learned with that recent experiment. The entire process was a great learning experience which gave me a few insights on the way search engines behave with these types of situations. The discussion will primarily be focused on WordPress blogs but entire the idea will also be applicaple with any other stand-alone blogs, minus the plugins. Changing from default permalinks to custom permalinks has its pros and cons.…

Photo Op: Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Optimus G, Xperia Z

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: March 20, 2013

During our coverage of the Samsung Galaxy S4 in New York last week, we brought with us a number of Android smartphones so we can do a side by side comparison. We had the Optimus G, the Galaxy S3, the HTC Butterfly, Xperia Z and the BlackBerry Z10. Unfortunately, with the very limited time offered to us during the preview session, we were not able to take all side by side shots that we wanted to. Nevertheless, we'd like to share the few ones we were able to get. The one above is the photo of the Galaxy S4 flanked…

Computex: Armor Suit Z77 Custom Gaming Rig

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: June 7, 2012

We visited the huge Asus Booth at the Computex the other day and saw a section for customized or modded PC gaming rig. Was even more surprised that one of the coolest rigs there was custom-built by one of our Filipino delegation to the event. The Armor Suit Z77 is based on Asus' TUF boards (The Ultimate Force series) that's design for efficient cooling and covered with Thermal Armor. This cool mod was designed and created by local designer Paul Tan, commisioned by Asus and brought on display at Computex 2012. The base board is an Asus Sabertooth Z77 (debuted…

Samsung to launch Galaxy S4 Active, S4 Mini, Galaxy Zoom in June 20

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: June 11, 2013

We've gotten confirmation that Samsung is set to launch a number of new smartphones, laptops and camera. We've been told that the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy S4 Mini and Galaxy Zoom will be among the few smartphones along with a new Samsung ATIV ultrabook. We've already reported earlier about the water-proof Galaxy S4 Active and the Galaxy S4 Mini while the Galaxy Zoom is a hybrid camera and smartphone device. The launch will be held in London this June 20 and we will be there to cover the entire event.

Microsoft launches Windows Live Custom Domains

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: November 28, 2005

Microsft has recently launched a neat service called Custom Domains or Bring Your Own Domain (BYOD). This service will host e-mail and IM for you in a domain you already own. Here's th elist of perks: Create up to 20 e-mail accounts within your domain Get a 250 MB inbox for each account* Check your e-mail from any Web-enabled PC Junk e-mail filter protection using Microsoft SmartScreen technology Virus scanning and cleaning of e-mail Seamless access with MSN Messenger, MSN Spaces, etc. * 250MB inbox available only in the 50 United States, District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Eligible Hotmail…

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 vs. Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: February 5, 2012

Now that Samsung's premium tablet has been launched in the Philippines, I guess they've already completed their line-up. That's 6 tablets in all -- 5.0" (Galaxy S WiFi), 5.3" (Galaxy Note), 7.0" (Galaxy Tab P6200), 7.7" (Galaxy Tab P6800), 8.9" (Galaxy Tab P7300) and a 10.1" (Galaxy Tab P7500). That's a lot of tablets just for a single brand, huh? Of the whole set, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus seems to be the odd couple because they almost have the same features and functionality although one is obviously marketed as the premium model. So…

Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge prices in the Philippines

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: March 19, 2015

We got word that the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will be priced higher than expected when it is released in the Philippines this April. Here are the suggested retail price of the two models and variants. Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB - Php35,990 64GB - Php41,990 The Galaxy S6 will be dual-SIM, single LTE. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB - Php41,990 64GB - Php47,990 Local release is set on April 18. As reported earlier, the 128GB variants will not be available at launch (not confirmed if they ever will be released in the Philippines). Check out: Galaxy S6 Edge…

Smart Netphone is a custom ZTE Blade handset

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: August 23, 2011

Smart Comm. is set to announce its own branded Android phone called the Smart Netphone, a Froyo handset originally manufactured as the ZTE Blade. The ZTE Blade was first shipped back in November 2010 but never arrived in the Philippines. What Smart might have done is include some custom apps into the handset, upgraded it to Froyo (from Eclair) and renames it the Smart Netphone 701. It's also known as the Orange San Francisco in some parts of Europe and was selling for 99 euros in January. Photo credit: John Karakatsanis The specs are pretty decent for an entry-level Android…