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Free trip to Yahoo! Open Hack Day in California

Relevance: 100%      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

Free Google Proxy Hack

Relevance: 96%      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…

WP Date Image Hack

Relevance: 91%      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: 86%      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

Smart Teams Up with to Bring Free Internet to Filipinos

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: March 18, 2015

In an effort to bring internet access to more people around the world, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg launched a global initiative called some two years ago and partnered with the who’s who of the tech industry to achieve that goal. Today that initiative officially launched in the Philippines in partnership with Smart Communication, Talk ‘N Text and Sun Cellular. There are two ways Smart, Sun Cellular and TNT subscribers can browse the web without paying for data or using up their data allocation. Users can go directly to’s website and browse through the current selection of websites and…

Web hack can factory reset Samsung phones

Relevance: 80%      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…

Hack attack in progress

Relevance: 73%      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…

Samsung to Issue a Patch for SwiftKey Hack

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: June 18, 2015

In the wake of the controversy revolving around the vulnerability of the pre-installed SwiftKey keyboard app on some Samsung smartphones, the South Korean company has issued a statement to Android Central about their plans of rolling out a patch to mitigate the risks of the said keyboard exploit we reported yesterday. According to a mobile security company, NowSecure, hackers can take advantage of the vulnerability of the SwiftKey on some Samsung smartphones to snoop in on user’s voice calls and SMS, inbound and outbound. The security firm has added that the exploit can potentially allow hackers to install malware without…

Sen. Aquino invites public for Senate Hearing on Slow, Expensive Internet

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: August 16, 2015

Last week, Sen. Bam Aquino called out on the NTC to explain the delay of the memorandum for internet standards in the Philippines. Another Senate Hearing regarding the "Slow and Expensive Internet" in the Philippines is scheduled on August 18, 2015 at the Senate of the Philippines and the public is invited to attend the sessions. The call to investigate the state of internet in the Philippines started out around April of 2014 when Sen. Aquino voice out his concerns. Several other legislators have voiced out similar complaints. Interested parties or individuals may contact the office of Sen. Aquino (@bamaquino)…

Internet Penetration in the Philippines

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: April 22, 2007

According to a friend of mine, ACNielsen doesn't have any relevant internet-usage research studies in the Philippines. This is the same topic I brought up during the iBlog3 -- no extensive public study has been made in recent years about internet penetration and online usage behavior in the country. So, when the issue of Internet Usage in the Philippines was tackled, everyone had their own numbers to throw out. Some would say 20% while others maintain the slow growth rate of 12%. While digging a little deeper into this topic, I found several statistics and research studies from the Internet