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Minix M1000 Mini-Note: Unboxing Photos

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 30, 2009

PC Trends sent us two brand new netbooks today -- the 10.1-inch Minix M1000 netbook powered by an Intel Atom N270. Check out the unboxing photos below. The Minix M1000 netbook has a 10.1" LED display screen with a resolution of 1024x576 pixels. The white one has a glossy screen while the black version has a matte screen. Specs include -- Intel Atom 1.6GHz N270, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 160GB HDD, Intel GMA 950, WiFi 802.11 b/g, SD/SDHC/MMC card reader, 1.3MP webcam and a 3-cell 2200mAH battery (6-cell optional). The design reminds me of the MSI Wind U100 series -- that…

Minix M1000 Netbook Review

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: July 10, 2009

The very first time I opened a box of the Minix M1000 u-note, it reminded me of  the MSI Wind. Check out the full review after the jump. Design and construction is somewhat a cross between the HP Mini 1000 and the MSI Wind U100. The lid cover is glossy with a wallpaper design so it's a fingerprint and smudge-magnet. The keyboard layout and orientation is identical to that of MSI Wind so my earlier problem with the positioning of the Fn and Ctrl keys are the same. Unlike most other netbooks I've tried and currently use, the Minix has…

House Bill filed to stop abusive taxi drivers

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: November 18, 2014

To protect commuters from abusive taxi drivers in the country, Valenzuela City Rep. Sherwin Gatchalian has filed House Bill No. 3681 or the Bill of Rights of Taxi Passengers. Section 3 of H.B. No. 3681 enumerates the Rights of Taxi Passengers which include the right to a properly dressed and courteous driver; a clean, safe and smoke-free taxi; be transported to their stated destination regardless of trip length; request for a quiet/ silent trip; and be given the exact amount of change. Under Section 4, which lists the Responsibilities of Taxi Drivers and Operators, taxi drivers shall display inside the…

Microsoft seeds PC drivers for Xbox One controller

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: June 7, 2014

We’re literally just days away from this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), but Microsoft’s Larry Hryb, or more commonly known as Major Nelson, couldn’t wait for the annual trade fair to announce the availability of the drivers that will allow gamers to use their Xbox One controller to their PC. In his blog, Major Nelson stated that although Microsoft plans to include the driver to one of their upcoming Windows update, he knows that there are a lot of Xbox One users who are dying to have the drivers ASAP, which is why he decided to give them an early…

NVidia 344.48 WHQL Drivers now available

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: October 26, 2014

Prior to AMD releasing the Catalyst 19.9.2 Beta Drivers, NVidia released the 334.48 WHQL Drivers which brings support for Dynamic Super Resolution to desktop graphics cards with Fermi and Kepler architectures. First introduced alongside Maxwell architecture, what DSR basically does is that renders a game on a higher resolution, say 4K, and downscales the rendered images according to your monitor’s resolution. This results to better gaming experience by minimizing the artifacts both in the scene and on the character, as well as improving the edge and texture quality. With the release of the NVidia 344.48 WHQL Driver, gamers with Fermi…

AMD outs Catalyst 14.9.2 Beta Drivers

Relevance: 40%      Posted on: October 26, 2014

In line with the official debut of the Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth on the Windows platform, AMD releases the latest iteration of its graphics card driver, the Catalyst 14.9.2 Beta, which is expected to bring improved gameplay on supported video cards for the aforementioned title. According to the chipmaker’s release notes, the new version of the driver will enable Mantle support for Civilization: Beyond Earth which, in theory, will result to smoother gameplay. In addition to this, Catalyst 14.9.2 Beta will also bring Mantle SFR support for Crossfire on the recently released title and address Crossfire issues on new…

The perils of upgrading to Windows 64bit

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: June 26, 2008

Had trial copies of Windows Vista 64bit and Windows XP 64bit for some time now. Since both my laptop and my PC are on 4GB of RAM, the 32bit versions of XP and Vista can only use around 3GB. Was wondering if it's worth to try the 64bit versions to maximize the available memory on board. So, I tried installing Windows Vista Ultimate 64bit in another partition on that rig Intel lent me. Installation was fast and without any hiccups. Drivers for the motherboard, video card and other peripherals worked without any problems. And yes, my Windows can now use…

LTO activates 25 sites for driver’s license issuance

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: August 25, 2015

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The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) has announced that the Land Transportation Office (LTO) has activated 25 sites for the issuance of driver's license, student's permit, and conductor's license. The activation started yesterday, August 24, Monday. The 25 sites are located in Metro Manila and Regions 3, 4-A, and 8. See table below. "We will print licenses during Saturdays and after office hours on weekdays, in order to erase the current backlog of around 900,000 licenses by the beginning of October this year," said LTO chief Assistant Secretary Alfonso Tan, Jr. The license cards feature the new, color-coded design:…

Are we ready for 64-bit?

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: August 14, 2009

Just re-installed a secondary OS on my main PC and decided to go with the 64-bit version of Windows 7. Been wondering that for the longest time, people have not really cozied up with 64-bit Windows. It's been like close to a half a decade now that 64-bit editions of Windows are available and yet it hasn't gone mainstream (the x86-64 was introduced in 2003). Before, the main concern is that even if the OS and the hardware is capable of 64-bit, majority of the softwares are compiled into 32-bit code so you don't really get any significant improvement. Moreover,…

Poll: Who’s the best netbook maker?

Relevance: 22%      Posted on: July 15, 2009

With over a dozen netbook brands available in the Philippines today, it's pretty harder to pick a model compared to a year ago. It's good though -- the more, the better -- competition drives innovation up and prices down. This time, our poll asks -- Who is the best netbook-maker? From my count, we got at least 15 brands currently selling locally: Acer Astone Asus Dell Gateway Gigabyte HP Lenovo Minix MSI Neo Red Fox Sony Toshiba Qube The label 'best' is subjective and it could mean 'best designed', 'best bang for the buck', or 'best performance' so let's just…