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Un-wiringThe Pad”

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 17, 2006

For over a year now, I've been using my old trusty D-Link router (D-Link DI-704P Cable/DSL Router) in my apartment to network my two PCs. But when I got my laptop a few months back, the wiring became a little cluttered because I need to carry along with me some 20 feet of cables (at the couch in front of the TV, at the dining table and in my bedroom). My brother even tripped on it twice and thank God my laptop wasn't hurt so bad though I thought that time will come someday. The logical step was to get…

Direct-to-Home PC Market in the Philippines

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: August 4, 2007

I was invited to the opening of Rising Sun Computers' new branch along Taft Avenue yesterday. They were one of our sponsors during the recent Philippine Blog Awards and I thought it would be nice to finally meet owners Angela and Jack Conti. They had that supposedly new Wowowee co-host Valerie Concepcion for some autograph signing too. Anyway, during my discussion with their sales manager, they mentioned that they're also doing direct-to-home PC sales for the Visayas and Mindanao regions. Despite only having 2 stores in the metro, they're serving the growing market for home PC deliveries. There are two…

PLDT Home and Smart Launches iFLIX in PH

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: June 25, 2015

The partnership between iFlix and MVP-owned companies PLDT Home and Smart Communications has finally come into fruition as the Southeast Asia’s leading internet TV service finally hits Philippines. PLDT Home and Smart subscribers can enjoy unlimited streaming for Php99 a month and choose from a wide range of movies and TV series from iFlix’s top studio partners which include Disney, Fox, and Warner Bros. just to name some. iFlix is available to all existing PLDT Home DSL and PLDT Home Ultera subscribers, not to mention Smart postpaid and prepaid users, as an add-on option. The iFlix subscription fee (Php99) will…

PLDT launches Home Bro Ultera BASIC, MAX & PRO

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: April 30, 2014

Yesterday marks the launch of the PLDT Home Bro Ultera which currently consists of three wireless broadband plans powered by TD-LTE (Time-Division Duplex Long Term Evolution) connection designed for home use. Here are the three PLDT Home Bro Ultera plans, its respective bandwidth allocations, as well as its monthly amortization. If you pay close attention to the picture above, you’ll notice that there’s an “xxGB recommended usage for optimum speed” on each of the plans under the new Home Bro Ultera. This is actually a subtle reminder about the monthly cap on PLDT's new wireless LTE broadband services which, if…

Poll: What’s your Home Printer of choice?

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: March 4, 2008

New poll for the week and it's all about home printers. What type, made and model of printers do you use at home? Send your votes via our polls section at the sidebar. For the longest time, I had that cheap Epson Cx series printer I've never used for ages. What I'm currently using are the HP Laserjet 1020 for regular printing and the Canon Pixma iP4300 for quick home photo printing. In the polls, you can submit up to 2 choices. My bet is that it's gonna be a toss-up between Canon, Epson and HP.

Contest: Want a Linksys E4200 router for your home?

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: October 7, 2011

Cisco sent us two of their high-end WiFi routers, the Linksys E4200, and says we can give away one to our readers. So here's your chance to upgrade your home WiFi to speeds of up to 450Mbps. The Linksys E4200 is one of many new WiFi routers that Cisco recently launched in the Philippines {see story here}. This particular model is on the top of the heap, has dual-band WiFi-N frequency at 2.4GHz and 5GHz with 6 internal antennas. It has a USB port for external storage, multimedia streaming (UPnP AV media server) or as a print server. Aside from…

Appreciating technology back home

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: December 7, 2006

In my recent travels, both local and abroad, the number one concern I always have is connectivity. Back home in the Philippines, we're lucky to get GPRS or 3G connectivity and can practically be anywhere in the 7,107 islands and still be hooked online somehow. When your daily chores are dependent on the availability of internet time you get (or don't get), it's a real concern whenever you are away and on a trip. I met with fellow PTB blogger Mon Abasolo tonight (for the first time ever) to catch up on things. (thanks to the great dinner Mon!) One…

Work @ Home Blog Designer Wanted

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: March 13, 2006

Someone tipped me about this job opening at JobsDB Philippines: Blog Artists Requirements: College graduate Male or Female w/ ages 21-30 yrs old Knowledge and experience of at least 6 mos. in various Blog systems Part-time and willing to work in 10 hrs a week home-based job Must have strong typing skills and some internet surfing experience Must be innovative, strong business sense, have top-notch English writing skill Flexible and hardworking Updated w/ the technological advaces in design and usability Creative w/ a unique flare and passion for designing Coordinate w/ website designers to come up w/ nlog materials No…

Care to take Facebook Home Beta for a spin?

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: April 8, 2013

If you do, and you have an Android device with a maximum display resolution of 1280 x 768 you can. The good thing here is that it doesn’t require too much thingamajig in order for you to set it up. Interested? Head past the break to know how to install it on your gizmo. First up, you need to be able to uninstall Facebook app on your device as the Facebook Home APK cannot be installed while the other is still active. Next you need to download these re-signed APKs care of Katana Orca Home Once you’ve finished downloading…

Poll: Has the PC replaced your TV at home?

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: May 2, 2011

In the age where computers and internet is very prevalent, the TV still holds the most coveted position in almost all homes anywhere -- as the center-piece in the living room. It's the position that the PC (plus Internet) is trying to claim. But let's all face it -- the television is still the king of the home. Unlike PCs, the TV just works -- no boot-up time, no blue screen of death, no freezing apps, no network configurations needed, no buffering, no file format compatibility issues, no viruses/malwares/spywares to worry about. For some people however, they still try to…