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Free Google Proxy Hack

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: January 10, 2006

Can't view some blogs or sites from your network? Does your office network block some of your favorite blogs? You cna now visit them using the simple Google Proxy hack: Just use this link to visit them: It's basically the built-in translation feature of Google. To visit other sites or blogs, just change the domain on the end of that URL. I tried it and works perfectly. You can even login to secure pages. I will look into the issue that some people are telling me about my blogs being inaccessible from some providers. [tags]free google proxy, google proxy…

Free trip to Yahoo! Open Hack Day in California

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: August 21, 2008

Yahoo! Philippines is serious about promoting web development and technology innovation in the country that it has sponsored quite a number of efforts locally -- from University Hack Days, Yahoo! Developers Network to BarCamp Manila. Now, Yahoo! SEA is looking for a developer to represent the Philippines at a global hack event -- the Yahoo! Open Hack Day at Sunnyvale, California from September 12 to 13, 2008. Interested developers are required to apply using the attached form and will be judged by a panel of internet and technology experts which includes: 1. Donald Lim, President and CEO of Yehey! Corporation…

WP Date Image Hack

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: June 28, 2005

I am posting the simple hack I made with using dynamic images to replace the date entries of my blog. Just follow the short tutorial here to implement the same with your Wordpress blog: Create your own date image template in Photoshop. Make sure that you layout them so that the month, day and year are all distinct from each other and not overlapping. See my example here : Using the ruler guide in Photoshop, slice the template into three parts. You will need to determine the date format you use in your blog. Mine uses day of week, day…

How to hack a Coke vending machine

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: November 25, 2005

Haven't tried this myself but here's a lengthy explanation and tutorial on how to hack a Coca-cola vending machine. There's a vendo machine across the street beside the police station. Might just try this myself to see if it really works. hehe Maybe harmless but just wait 'til those street kids learn how to do this. :D

Google offers free SMS via GMail

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: July 22, 2011

Google has now started offering free SMS via GMail. The free SMS service is now tucked into your GMail account and sends out to Smart, Globe and Sun Cellular subscribers. Discovered it this afternoon and tried it. The SMS will come from a short-code, 4664096. Yahoo! Messenger used to do this back in early 2000 and it was very popular then. Yahoo! discontinued it because of the cost of the volume of SMS. Not sure how Google does it but they might have the same business model as Chikka. Update: Sent a reply back and this is now it appears…

Web hack can factory reset Samsung phones

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: September 26, 2012

If you're using a Samsung smartphone with TouchWiz including the Galaxy S2 and some Galaxy S3 models, be aware that there's a web hack that can trigger a factory reset on your beloved smartphone. The web hack is actually a malicious code that is hiding inside a web page and gets triggered when visited using the stock browser (except Google Chrome) of a TouchWiz-based phone. The malicious code then spawns the dialer and enters a bad USSD code with the sole purpose of nuking your device back to its factory default. To give you a refresher on USSD codes, one…

Nokia Connection 2011 live coverage

Relevance: 53%      Posted on: June 21, 2011

We're now at the Nokia Connection 2011 at the Marina Bay Convention Center. I'll be doing some live-blogging along the way so keep refreshing the page. Elop, Nokia CEO, reveals that the first Nokia Windows Phone 7 smartphone will be out before end of 2011 and be in mass production by 2012. Stephen Elop announces that Symbian Anna will be available to the Nokia C6-01, Nokia C7, Nokia N8 and more devices by July 2011. Nokia has shipped over 17 million Nokia C3, most of which in South East Asia. Mary McDowell on stage, EVP for Nokia Mobile Phones, announcing…

m.Globe portal offers free Facebook, Twitter & Email

Relevance: 53%      Posted on: September 2, 2011

Globe has just launched their new mobile portal, called m.Globe, that offers free access to Globe services and feeds to your Twitter and Facebook accounts. The service is pretty basic and can be access by any internet-capable phone (GPRS, EDGE, 3G, 4G) and is free via myGlobe Connect (APN: To gain access, just text m.Globe to 2910. You can also download the Android App/Widget if you're using any Android smartphone (just point your phone's browser to There's option for personalization when you register your mobile number, add access to your Twitter feeds or Facebook Wall as well as…

The Gadgets We Bought in 2011

Relevance: 51%      Posted on: December 30, 2011

The year 2011 saw tons of really great products, most of which I ended up buying for review here at YugaTech. I look back at 2011 and share the top gadgets we bought and reviewed this year. And, hopefully, you will also share what you've purchased too. The biggest movers and shakers of 2011 are smartphones, followed by tablets and then laptops. Apple iPad 2. Unlike the first iPad, Apple released the iPad 2 in the Philippines just a month after it made the announcement. This is probably the first one we bought and review here. Macbook Air 11.6". The…

Hack attack in progress

Relevance: 51%      Posted on: July 30, 2007

One of the ugliest thing that could happen to a blog or a website is getting hacked. For a person like me who runs his own dedicated server, this is a daily pain in the neck. We get hack attacks everyday, some by expert hackers but mostly script kiddies who take some scripts laying around somewhere and try to inject malicious codes into your site hoping to get access. Since Friday, my blog has been targeted incessantly. You could be next! (Or you've already been, you just don't know it yet.) So be wary. One of the first signs of…