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5 Million Filipino Friendster users?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: January 6, 2006

I was doing a quick post over at Pinoy.Tech.Blog about "Friendster Ads for Php20" when I stumble upon their stats that claim there are 5 Million Filipino Friendster users. Figures from Internet World Stats pegged the number of online Filipinos at 7.82 Million in 2005 (compared to only 2 Million in 2000). That means a little over 3 out of every 5 people who have access to the internet have a Friendster account. That's a real good subscription rate. But I guess that 5 Million includes duplicate accounts, ghost and anonymous accounts most people use to lurk around Friendter looking…

Smart’s Addict Mobile Blog posting nude pictures.

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: October 28, 2005

This is why "mobile blogging" isn't safe for kids -- Smart's Addict Mobile Blog (or AMBlog) is being swamped with nude pictures being posted via MMS by its subscribers. A recent visit to Smart's AMBlog revelead a lot of explicit nudity and sexual acts which is way beyond the borders of soft porn. Readers, beware. Pictures below are "Not Safe for Kids". Smart ought to do some serious filtering here. Reposting from Pinoy.Tech.Blog.

Friendster Money Transfer via GCash

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: February 11, 2009

Friendster has just introduced an Online Money Transfer feature into their social networking site. Powered by Globe GCash, friends will be able to send and receive money with a single click from their Friendster Profile. Friendster users will still need to be a Globe or TM user in order to process money remittances on Friendster. GXI and Friendster introduced the online money transfer feature to provide a more convenient and reliable way of transferring GCash within Friendster. For just a minimal amount of P2.50 per transaction, a Friendster member can already send GCash to anyone in his friends list by…

Surf Friendster WAP All Day for Php20

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: June 25, 2009

Friendster and Globe Telecom has partnered to provide all day surfing on their phones to the Friendster Mobile site for only Php20. This unlimited WAP Data Plan, called Friendster Surf All Day, is available to all Globe prepaid subscribers. Not sure if postpaid subscribers are also included. The Php20 one-time charge will enable users to access for 24 hours. Friendster users must have their mobile phones configured to access cellular data using the myGlobe Connect APN to register and use the ‘Friendster Surf All Day’ data plan. Users that do not have the correct myGlobe APN settings can text…

Friendster Philippines Office closed down?

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: October 27, 2006

The office of Friendster Philippines, formerly known as, has been closed down. William Yu took some pictures of their office and asked Where Did Go? Migs adds that Friendster has ceased running Friendster Classifieds and Friendster Ads (FAds) - They're outsourcing their technical stuff to another company here, though, AFAIK (something called EGG which listed Friendster as one of their partners). Is this the same one I got from another source a couple months ago about that BPO? It's possible Friendster Ads and Friendster Classifieds weren't successful in monetizing the service among the 5 Million Filipino Friendster users.…

Trend Micro warns users of malware-ridden Cat pictures

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: March 6, 2014

Attention cat-lovers out there, Trend Micro has reason to believe that hackers are using pictures of cute and furry feline to spread a type of ZBOT malware (TSPY_ZBOT.TFZAH) which has the ability to capture credentials and financial information. According to the company, the aforementioned malware is embedded in to the picture using a method called Steganography. The malware cleverly waits, undetected by the security software, for the user to login to any of the listed sites and then it steals the user’s information. [Image Source] This kind of malware is nothing new said the Japan-based software company on their blog…

Will Friendster Mobs change the way you use Friendster?

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: June 8, 2006

Additional questions from my post at PTB for Friendster Mobs. Don't we all have YM, MSN, ICQ, GTalk, etc. installed in our own home PCs? Aren't internet cafes all have the ones above pre-installed? Isn't voice better? (Yahoo! Messenger w/ Voice, Skype and GTalk) Isn't Chikka already doing that? (Web-2-Phone and Phone-2-Web) And I don't really like paying Php2.50 to SMS reply to a PC. Where will Friendster Mobs carve its niche? Just some random thoughts....

Friendster to open BPO in Philippines?

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: August 13, 2006

I got this from the grapevine but it's worth talking about. Apparently, Friendster has been sending people into training for a BPO office here in the country. I got this one from the guy who told he runs the training center for them Friendster employees. The BPO will be doing some web designing of sorts. I didn't ask for details though I did ask if this was bloggable and he said yes. What got me curious is the idea that Friendster doing BPO might seem odd and how would web designers came into the scene? Will it be an entirely…

Does Friendster profit from the Philippine mobile market?

Relevance: 66%      Posted on: May 22, 2006

Om noticed that Friendster is gaining some momemtum recently. I checked Friendster's AdBrite stats and it indicates an average 11 Million pageviews per day from 510,000 uniques with majority of the traffic still coming from the US then followed by the Philippines and Malaysia. He thinks this growth/popularity still cannot be monetized and asks "What if Friendster could work with a local mobile company in Phillipines, and did a Friendster MVNO?" A Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) is a mobile operator that does not own its own spectrum and usually does not have its own network infrastructure. Instead, MVNO's have…

Have you exported your Friendster account?

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: April 30, 2011

Earlier this week, Friendster announced that they will be deleting all blogs, photos, comments and groups created or uploaded on their site. They then asked users to export them before May 31. When I got the news, I thought I should go and log in again to my Friendster account and export my files. Friendster was also trending on Twitter that day because of the announcement. Four days later, I still haven't gone to the site downloaded my data. Then I realized, why bother? I don't think I even started a blog there or uploaded a lot of important photos.…