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August 05, 2014

Drilon calls for Online Overseas Absentee Voting for 2016

Senate President Franklin Drilon wants the government’s Overseas Absentee Voting (OAV) program to be made available online, allowing OFWs to vote at the upcoming elections through the use of the Internet.

April 03, 2014

Philippines is Kaspersky’s 18th most-infected country

According to Kaspersky Labs’ Cyberthreat Real-Time Map, the Philippines is among the top 20 most malware-infected countries around the world.

August 07, 2012

Online Guide: Relief Operations on Metro Manila Floods

It’s been raining the entire week but the last two days have been the heaviest. Majority of the areas in Metro Manila and nearby areas are flooded. Suspension of classes, work and gov’t offices have been raised since this morning. We’ve collated all important online information you can refer to for efforts during situations like […]

July 09, 2012

Top 10 Smartphones on a Php20,000 budget

Last week, we shared with you our top 10 smartphones on a Php10k budget. Today, we’re kicking it up a notch with our list of 10 smartphones that fit a Php20k budget. Check out our list to see which ones made it.

July 04, 2012

Canon Philippines to fix S100 lens issue

The Canon PowerShot S100 point-and-shoot camera is a great snapper and undeniably popular (you can see our review of the S100 here). Popular cameras fly off the shelves fast, popular cameras with manufacturing issues — well, you know where I’m getting at.

January 30, 2012

Anti-Cybercrime Bill gets Senate approval

The Senate finally approved their own version of the Anti-Cybercrime Bill (Senate Bill 2796) earlier today. The bill provides for penalties of Php200,000 to Php1.25 million and imprisonment of up to 12 years.

May 29, 2009

T3 Philippines Magazine officially shuts down

Last month, I posted the news about T3 Philippines scaling down their operations and focusing their efforts to online but today, I got word that Summit has officially closed its doors on T3.

February 11, 2009

McDo Online Delivery Website

McDo Online Delivery Philippines Let’s face it, people today are glued to their computers. Whether you are a student finishing a term paper or an employee preparing a monthly report, most of the day is spent in front of a monitor while furiously punching keys and clicking the mouse. Often times, in between that term […]

July 01, 2008

Check SSS Account Online for Contributions

Philippine Social Security System: SSS Online Philippines You can check your SSS contributions online by ff. these simple instructions: Text SSS Text-SSS is a short messaging service (SMS)-based information service system that allows members to inquire about their number of contributions, status of loan applications, salary loan payment period and loan balances using text messaging. […]

May 28, 2008

Philippines ranked #8 on Worldwide Porn Revenues

With about $1 billion in annual revenues, the Philippines is tied at No. 8 with Canada and Taiwan for the largest revenues from pornography in 2006. This is according to the Internet Pornography Statistics report by Jerry Ropelato of Top Ten Reviews. For a poor 3rd 2nd world country, that’s something, huh?

January 21, 2008

Blog Brokering or Affiliate Marketing in the Philippines

While everyone else is preaching about how to use blogging and SEO to gain and maximize revenue from AdSense, Kontera, TLA, Chitika and other related programs, I met a few newbies who are into the blogging business or what I’d call blog brokering.

September 28, 2007

Send & Receive payments via Paypal in the Philippines

Sign up for Paypal in the Philippines!. You can withdraw an amount not exceeding $500 per month to any debit, credit card or directly into your Philippine bank accounts. You will just need the bank codes and savings account number. At long last, Paypal’s promise to allow receiving funds into Philippine accounts have been fulfilled. […]

February 23, 2007

More ways to make money online

Over at Web Worker Daily, Anne Zelenka writes about 10 New Ways to Make Money Online. Some of the items she mentioned have already been around for sometime while others have become too saturated as well. I’m now thinking of ways to make money online that’s more relevant to our region (or specifically in the […]

December 07, 2006

Appreciating technology back home…

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 […]

September 18, 2006

Will Filipinos buy music online?

Apple has been selling billions of songs online for over two years now thru iTunes. Yet, it has not been able to widen its market in a Asia Pacific region mainly because of high risk of copyright issues and prevalence of peer-to-peer sharing. I was actually curious before on how it works especially when downloadable […]

October 10, 2005

What happened to GCPhilippines?

GCPHilippines.com – original, branded gift certificates from over 70 popular retailers in the Philippines. (includes packaging, personalization and nationwide delivery within 48 hours via Aboitiz Express) It was owned and operated by Zero Gravity, Inc. and maintains an office in Makati. The company started selling gift certificates (GCs) online on January 2000 and ceased operations […]

February 17, 2014

Motorola Moto G Review

The Motorola Moto G is one of the company’s most recent and most affordable offering after it was acquired by Google. Let’s find out if this is the best Android smartphone in its class and price category after reading our full review.

July 08, 2013

CANA goes live, SNS for better governance!

There’s no denying the fact that Filipinos are fond of using social media to share just about anything under the sun. Whether that’s good or not, various groups saw this as an opportunity to finally put Juan’s SNS addiction to good use by turning it as a tool to promote better governance.

July 06, 2013

HTC One vs. Sony Xperia Z vs. Samsung Galaxy S4

After reviewing all top 3 flagship phones for first half of 2013, we’d like to revisit and share with you what we think of them. Here’s our round-up of the three handsets you’ve been dying to get your hands on — the Samsung Galaxy S4, Sony Xperia Z and the HTC One.

January 19, 2013

Huawei E5151 adds LAN port to Pocket WiFi

Huawei’s newest iteration of their pocket WiFi is slightly different from the previous ones. The E5151 comes with a built-in LAN port just in case you want to hook it up to a wired line.

December 17, 2012

MeiZu MX lands for only Php13,800

Announced back in April, the MeiZu MX attracted some attention by being one of the most affordable quad-core Android ICS smartphone with an estimated price of around Php17k. Though we did not think it will be officially released in the Philippines, that doesn’t account for online retailer shipping them straight from HK.

October 08, 2012

Internet-enabled TV ownership in PH has almost tripled

Our fellow countrymen seemed to have been trading their fat-assed CRT TVs for the thinner flat panel TV at an increasing rate according to a research done by GfK Philippines. In addition to this, 6% (37,000 units) of the total flat panel TV sold in the country are Internet-enabled TVs.

May 11, 2012

HTC One X Review

HTC was the first one to bring a quad-core processor handset in the Philippines with the One X, giving it the spotlight for some time and getting the credit as one of the most desirable (if not the most) flagship smartphone in the local market. Check out how HTC’s great design reputation and NVidia’s Tegra […]

April 25, 2012

The New iPad (or iPad 3) Review

Much has been said about the new iPad — stating with the “new” name, the same old design, the slightly beefed profile and the underwhelming specs. Only one thing remains and that’s the hyped up, beyond-HD display. Check out our full review of the new iPad after the break.

March 20, 2012

Mutiply pumps Php25M to promote the Marketplace

If you’ve noticed lately that Multiply has been very aggressive with online advertising, it’s because they’re on the road to claiming the top e-commerce spot in the Philippines. That’s to the tune of Php25 million in ad money.

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