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Is your blog .mobi ready?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 24, 2007

I had a long discussion with someone from one of the big telcos on the possibility of adding blogs to their mobile portal. They wanted to check out more local blogs to add to their listing. The only initial requirement is that the blog should be mobile ready (either WAP capable or .mobi ready). At first, I thought it was just for the blogs I own or help run but I broached the idea that we should widen the coverage and include others I know well that have a good following, consistently updated with a specific niche. So the search…

Group Picture

Relevance: 59%      Posted on: April 30, 2005

Here's one photography tip I just learned. If you are taking group pictures and you can't fit the entire crowd with one single shot, try using a different object to represent them. In this case, the coffee cups were more than apt for a group shot. :) Oh, look! There's me on the far left! :D More pictures here.

Is this the Google GPhone?

Relevance: 27%      Posted on: August 31, 2007

While we're still talking about phones this week, let me point you to another leaked picture of the rumored Google GPhone. Is this the one, really? See picture after the jump. {Lifted from gphonelife.com} A prototype? Prolly. But it needs a lot of work. *lol*

ViewSonic intros new 27-inch Ultra HD 4K monitor

Relevance: 25%      Posted on: May 30, 2015

ViewSonic recently introduced the new VP2780-4K Professional Ultra HD 4K monitor designed for content developers, graphics professionals, post production work and any color-critical applications. ViewSonic VP2780-4K specs: Color Active Matrix TFT LCD 23.5" horizontal x 13.2" vertical; 27.0" diagonal Anti-glare, had-coating (3H) panel 3840 x 2160 resolution at 60Hz 1,000:1 contrast ratio 20,000,000:1 dynamic ratio 178° horizontal, 178° vertical viewing angles 350 cd/m2 brightness HDMI 2.0 HDMI / MHL (x2) DisplayPort 1.2a (x2) USB 3.0 (x4) USB Upstream Picture-in-Picture (PIP) Picture-by-Picture (PBP) The ViewSonic VP2780-4K is priced at $900. source: ViewSonic

Leaked Web App: Jollibee Mobile Delivery

Relevance: 25%      Posted on: August 6, 2010

At first I thought this photo and video sent to me was for an upcoming iPhone App and Android App for Jollibee Online Delivery but close inspection revealed it's something simpler. The leaked video shows the alpha version of JollibeeDelivery mobile website (I reckon it's going to be a dot.mobi site) The mobile site allows for online ordering system that supports most mobile devices (I remember they had a Jollibee WAP delivery a couple of years back). The photo below shows the site browsed on an iPod Touch and Google Nexus One running Froyo. I am told that "These .mobi sites…

A belated Merry Christmas from Google

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: January 22, 2007

See what I got from Google when I arrived back home... I was somewhat wishing I'd get one of them Digital Picture Frames they've been sending Premium Adsense Publishers last December. I only got the holiday card, no sign of the picture frame. Oh, maybe this year. :D

MyPhone slips Rio Junior TV to its offering

Relevance: 23%      Posted on: November 2, 2014

As part of the company’s Halloween initiative, MyPhone released a simple banner showcasing all the existing smartphones under the Rio lineup. But this seemingly ordinary picture turns out to be a teaser for its upcoming device called the MyPhone Rio Junior TV. At the time of posting, little is known about the still-unannounced handset other than its cheap SRP which is pegged at Php1,899. Upon closer inspection of the picture, it seems that the Rio Junior TV shares the same screen size of its the Rio Junior which is right beside it on the Halloween campaign picture. Judging by its…

The case of Yema and MarketManila

Relevance: 21%      Posted on: November 19, 2005

Here's a clear case of content-napping from MarketManila.com, and Inq7.net is apparently involved in the fiasco. In the Philippine Daily Inquirer yesterday (page C4) and on their on-line website (both with a readership numbering in the millions on a local and global scale, compared with my modest base of 2-3,000 wonderful and loyal readers) an article by James Anthony R. Ceniza on Yema Balls features a stunning photograph of a yema sitting on an unwrapped pink cellophane wrapper. Long story short, some James Anthony R. Ceniza took the "yema" recipe and picture from MarketManila.com, submitted it to Inquirer's Family Recipe…

Android One: stock Android & software updates for developing markets

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: June 26, 2014

Google has just announced that they have a new initiative for developing markets called Android One - allowing manufacturers such as Micromax, Karbon & Spice to create stock Android phones that will get software updates. It will start in India first very soon, and possibly, it might catch up in the Philippines. With that said, we might no longer have to worry about software updates with affordable phones. Manufacturers can still, however, pre-install apps into the phone. Google has boasted one phone with dual SIM connectivity, an SD card slot and FM radio just for under $100. {Google IO}

AdMob: Tracking WAP/Mobile Visitors

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: September 17, 2007

After adding that WP Mobile plugin on my blog several months ago, I was curious if there were really visitors coming in to my blog using their mobile device. If my referral logs gave any indication, it's possible that those coming from wap.google.com are searching the net using their mobile device and landed on my blog. The problem though is that I can't really figure out how many visitors are coming in and viewing the mobile version, much more importantly that it's now also listed on the myGlobe Portal. I remember that the WP Mobile plugin had an option where…