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Celebrity Blogs on Libel and Copyright Lawsuits

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: August 1, 2007

Coming from someone who has had a brush with libel (though not thru any of my blogs), I assure you that the possibility of getting one in the future isn't far fetched. This couldn't be any more true with celebrity or showbiz blogs. Here are some of the very familiar words - libel and copyright infringement. DJ Samantha Ronson, an erstwhile friend of teen actress Lindsay Lohan , is suing the blogger behind, Mario Lavandeira. The libel suit , which amounts to $20 million big bucks, implicates Mario for republishing content on his blog. And it does not stop…

Smart’s Addict Mobile Blog posting nude pictures.

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: October 28, 2005

This is why "mobile blogging" isn't safe for kids -- Smart's Addict Mobile Blog (or AMBlog) is being swamped with nude pictures being posted via MMS by its subscribers. A recent visit to Smart's AMBlog revelead a lot of explicit nudity and sexual acts which is way beyond the borders of soft porn. Readers, beware. Pictures below are "Not Safe for Kids". Smart ought to do some serious filtering here. Reposting from Pinoy.Tech.Blog.

Remitly offers free money transfers to the Philippines

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: April 22, 2013, a Seattle-based remittance company backed by's CEO Jeff Bezos, is now offering free bank-to-bank money transfers to the Philippines. Remitly is offering its customers two ways to send money to the Philippines. The first one is FREE for bank-to-bank transfers with a minimum of $100 to a maximum of $2,999. However, the recipient has to wait three business days before receiving the money. If you don't want to wait three days there's the second option which lets you do instant transfers via Visa or Mastercard for a fee of $4.19, or around Php170 in today's conversion. According to…

Your nude selfies can remain after Android factory reset

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: July 13, 2014

Avast has revealed that nudes and other intimate photos have been found on Android phones that users think they've already made clean, but it seems that the factory wipe function just stops your phone from showing where the data is stored - therefore, data is still retrievable by tools. According to the source, it is suggested that the devices vulnerable to the security flaw are the phones running software older than Android 4.0. If you're quite paranoid about the situation, than you should encrypt your data before doing the factory reset, so that just in case someone retrieves your data, it…

Free Gadget Magazines: Do they work?

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: August 2, 2009

The Mobile Philippines magazine has been offering subscriptions for free in the last 8 months (at least) and I only found about it today. I'm not really into magazines lately although I still have that 12-issue subscription from Digital Photographer. Went around Virra Mall this afternoon to get me a new kick-ass PC case (that's for the PCLabs) when I saw copies of Mobile Philippines being given out for free. It's a good move I think since the focus is getting as many readers as possible and make money off print advertising. It's pretty to sell magazines if they're free,…

iPhone 6 live photos beside the iPhone 5

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: August 25, 2014

These new set of photos of the iPhone 6 photographed together with the iPhone 5S has completely unmasked any remaining mystery as to the look and design of Apple's new iPhone. And based on this new set of live photos, we're looking at the 4.7-inch model. The photo above shows the placement of the ports and buttons of the iPhone 6 which matches the ones we have with the Spigen cases we got here this week. { source, via} In related news, Apple is offering a free battery replacement to iPhone 5 users. See details here.

Up for some free hosting and .PH domains?

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: May 7, 2006

Philippine Web Hosting for Blogs and Businesses at dot.PH domain registration at Php1,499 on all, and Jangelo is cooking up something and will be offering free hosting and domain. The catch? You'll get to use a .PH domain (that means .ph,, and The site should be used as a blog as well. The rest of the details you can check with J. (Free hosting and domain is good for 1 year but depending on how frequent you blog, it could get extended indefinitely. And no, I'm not the sponsor.) P.S. Totally off topic,…

Sony Vaio P: Unboxing Photos

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: February 27, 2009

Sony finally lent me one of their limited Sony Vaio P to test out for a week. That means I should be able to publish a full review by early next week. For the meantime, feast your eyes on a ton of gorgeous photos of the Vaio P. Click on the thumbnails to see larger view.

Nokia E66, E71 + AA = Free WiFi

Relevance: 53%      Posted on: October 14, 2008

I wonder why Nokia Philippines isn't offering this to other WiFi-capable NSeries phones but they keep on giving away free wifi from Airborne Access to owners of Nokia E66 and E71. Owners of Nokia ESeries phones will be happy to learn they could hook up their phones in any Airborne Access hotspots nationwide: Starting October 6, 2008 until December 31, 2008, consumers who purchase the Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 devices will be given 2 months free instant Internet access at all Airborne Access Wi-Fi hotspots. Not only that, every week, the user with the most number of logins into…

Smart gives free access to Twitter for Pope’s visit

Relevance: 53%      Posted on: January 13, 2015

Smart today announces its partnership with Twitter to bring Filipinos free use of the app during the entire time Pope Francis will be in the country. Starting January 15, Smart, Sun Cellular, and Talk 'N Text subscribers can text DEARPOPE to 9999 to register and avail of this free service. The use of the app with no charge includes tweeting real-time, uploading photos, and most especially reaching out to the Pope. You may follow his Twitter account (@Pontifex) to get updates and also by using the hashtag #DearPopeFrancis if you want to send your prayers. Once you've successfully registered, you…