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Nokia Ovi Maps with Turn-by-Turn Navigation

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: January 21, 2010

Nokia has just announced it is now offering Ovi Maps with turn-by-turn navigation to all users globally. Best of all, it's also available for the Philippines for free. The new Maps menu takes one click to calculate the best way to walk or drive to your destination, and to find your position, find places, find local Lonely Planet and Michelin listings, entertainment, or events nearby. Best of all, the Maps can work even if you're offline since the map data is already downloaded into your mobile phone (there's be instances that map data is partially downloaded or new data needs…

BMW Navigation: Turn-by-Turn GPS Directions

Relevance: 99%      Posted on: October 26, 2008

BMW is introducing a first in the Philippines -- turn-by-turn GPS directions with the BMW Navigation system -- or at least, that's what they claim. 3.5" touch screen display bluetooth hands-free function voice directions with street names comprehensive maps of Philippines installed mp3/audiobook player SD card slot JPEG viewer Of course, you can't get them separately as they one come pre-installed on all BMW 1 Series and BMW 3 Series models.

Do you turn off your PC at night?

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: April 6, 2007

An article over at Microsoft Small Business Center asks: Do you need to turn off your PC at night?. More often than not I leave my desktop PC on overnight. I only turn them off if I will be away for a day or more. Most of the time, it's running Limewire, iTunes or some torrents but sometimes I just leave it there with nothing to do. I just turn off the monitor/LCD to save on electricity. I do this primarily because there are cases when I need to login or use the PC so quickly, it's easy to just…

NTC ask telcos to turn off network services during Papal visit

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: January 16, 2015

There wre a lot of concessions being made during the 5-day visit of the Pope. There's cancellation of domestic and int'l flights, road re-routing, class/work suspension, no drone flying zones and the suspension of telecom services by telcos. Yesterday, just moment before the arrival of the Pope in the Philippines, network service by all telcos were suspended or turned off. This resulted into partial or full shutdown of services -- limited to no SMS, voice or data services. In our own quick survey among readers, the network services heavily affected are areas in Makati, Pasay and Manila. However, there are…

GMate: Turn your iPod Touch to an iPhone

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: December 29, 2011

Yup, that's true. You can even turn your iPhone 4 to a dual-SIM phone too. Got this GMate by SkyRoam the other month but since my 4G iPod Touch and iPad2 have not been jailbroken, I wasn't able to use it. Since yesterday's release of the jailbreak for iOS 5, I've been using the GMate with my iPod Touch 4G. What GMate does is provide cellular functionality to an iPod Touch, iPad or even the iPhone. The cellular service includes phone calls, SMS and mobile internet (just EDGE though). The GMate connects to the iDevices via Bluetooth, has it's own…

Globe drops Super Surf to Php1,200

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: December 19, 2009

Just got an SMS advisory from Globe yesterday informing me that their Globe Tattoo unlimited 3G internet is now at Php1,200 per month. The SMS reads like this: FREE Globe Advisory: This Christmas, get in touch with your loved ones wherever they are in the world with Globe Super Surf. Chat, blog, email, and surf all you want, now for only Php1,200/month. To know more, call 211 (toll-free using Globe mobile number) or visit any Globe Store. Globe' Super Surf used to be Php2,000 per month so the Php1,200 price decrease is like 40% off. Not sure though if this…

The iPad Mini may turn out to be true

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: October 2, 2012

You’ve probably heard about the rumors about Apple's plans of taking on the Nexus 7 by unveiling the iPad Mini a lot of times, but until now nobody has a clear say if there's some truth behind this allegation. Recently, however, Fortune's Editor Philipp Elmer DeWitt, who happens to be an authority when it comes to anything and everything Apple, reported that the iPad Mini rumors may turn out to be true and suggests that we may even see it launched in two weeks’ time. Mr. DeWitt mentioned that he got a tip from one of Apple's major investors who…

Viliv S7 makes the Vaio P’s head turn

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: January 12, 2009

As in literally turn a 180-degree with a swivel and touch screen display -- the Viliv S7 is more or less similar to the Sony Vaio P, plus the added bonus of making it a mini touch screen tablet. Viliv S7 Mobile Internet Device Intel Atom Silverthorne (1.33GHz or 1.86GHz) 7-inch (1024x600 pixel) touchscreen display 1GB RAM 1.3MP webcam 16GB SSD or 60GB HDD WiFi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, WiMAX, HSDPA, GPS SDHC card slot, 2 USb ports, 1 USB(Link), VGA output Windows XP Specs sheet indicates a plethora of connectivity options. It's a bit heavier than the Vaio P at 1.8lbs…

Smart LTE vs. Globe Tattoo Black Price Comparison

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: September 28, 2012

So now that Globe's LTE service has been finally revealed, we look at the pricing plans and compared it to Smart LTE. The chart below should give you a bigger picture on what each telco is offering. What we know is that Globe and Smart have the same device supplier -- Huawei -- so the hardware performance is even between the two plans. Here are the LTE service plans offered by Smart and Globe. From the table above, we can drawn a number of conclusion: ● Globe offers two plans while Smart has one. Globe's two plans are priced lower…

Globe relaunches new and enhanced website

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: August 6, 2012

At one point in our lives we’ve waited in line or queue for us to be assisted by a telco associate. To make things worse, the wait time could even reach an hour or two if you’re unlucky enough. If only the information we need was readily available for us, we wouldn’t have wasted your waiting for your turn. And that's exactly what Globe is trying to address with their new website. The new Globe website is aimed at empowering their subscribers, whether postpaid or prepaid, by giving them access to the usual information and services they need when they…