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Google to enter Paid Reviews thru AdSense?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: January 29, 2008

Nah, I don't believe it. Google is against paid reviews, right? Shoemoney got an emailing that Google is doing a beta test for paid reviews via AdSense. We've witness the crusade against paid reviews by Google in the last couple of months. Why now would it enter into paid reviews itself? Google Search Quality Engineer Matt Cutts explained this before. Shoemoney thinks the idea might make sense: Publishers - Google already has a amazingly huge database of publishers. Advertisers - Nobody has no online advertisers then Google AND now they they have taped into the news, magazine and radio network…

Name that Nameless Laptop Bag Contest

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: August 13, 2008

Had this laptop bag for over a month now but haven't really used it. So I thought I'll just give it away. Since the laptop bag is still in the development stage, it's still nameless. Just leave a comment and suggest a cute and appropriate name for the bag. We'll pick the best name at the end of the week and send it over to lucky winner. The bag can only accommodate up to 12" size laptop. The flaps are inter-changeable which comes with 4 colors -- pink, gray, blue and black. It has 2 pockets in front and one…

What’s your first laptop?

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: May 14, 2010

Just bought a new laptop this week while roaming around VirraMall and also saw a number of really old ones being put on display. It reminded me of my very first laptop and it looked similar to the ones I saw. I can't remember the exact model of that laptop but I remember it was a 12-incher Acer notebook powered by a Cyrix 486DX4 processor with 230MB of HDD space and 8MB of EDO RAM (I later upgraded it to 16MB for Php4k+). It was running on Windows 95 which I installed using 6 or 7 1.44" floppy disks. I…

Contest: 5 Laptop Bags to Give Away

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: September 15, 2008

The sponsor of our laptop bag enjoyed the suggestions and participation on our first give-away that they sent in 5 more laptop bags to our readers. Check below how you can get one of these 5 multi-colored laptop bags. Answer this Question: What's your laptop brand and model and how much did it cost when you got it? Three (3) laptop bags will be given away to randomly selected commenter. Guess the Color Sequence: We'll shuffle the colored flaps (pink, blue, gray and black) randomly. Those who can guess the sequence of colors will win one of 2 remaining laptop

Jansport Laptop Shockshield Sleeve

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: February 23, 2006

Was at Shangri-la, Ortigas with JAngelo and Marc this afternoon on an interview. After that, J helped me looked for a good laptop bag (or sleeve) and found several at Rustans and Jansport. The one I got was a neat Jansport Laptop Shockshield Sleeve: The laptop sleeve is made of high-density foam and neoprene, quilted and weighs 410 gms, with velcro closure -- just wide enough to fit a 12-inch laptop. Fits perfectly well inside my mailman bag. Damage: Php2,290

OLPC 2.0: 2nd Generation XO Laptop Unveiled

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: May 21, 2008

The One Laptop Per Child Foundation just unveiled the next generation of XO Laptops and looks like it's an interesting upgrade to the previous one. OLPC founder Nicholas Negrponte reveals the new design of the OLPC in a press conference. The XO-2 laptop will come in dual touch-screens and pegged at $75, a far more cheaper price than the $188 a piece the original original one turned out to be. Will this next version gather more steam? I think they should have focused more on the price rather than the design. Who knows what will the kids use them for?

1TB Laptop HDD from Western Digital is here!

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: August 11, 2011

Had lunch with reps for Western Digital Philippines today and they gave me this laptop HDD to check out and was surprised to see that it's the new 1TB 2.5" Scorpion Blue (the largest capacity available). This 9.5mm 1TB Western Digital Scorpio Blue (5400rpm, 8MB buffer cache) was announced just last July. This one uses the standard drive height so it's more laptop-oriented. Early benchmark results from Hot Hardware showed pretty good results. When I asked for details, they could not give me any specifics (especially the retail price) but promised it should be out in stores by next week…

ECS G320: Cheapest Laptop ever?

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: July 23, 2005

Look at this ECS G320 laptop. Got this from PC Buyers guide last week. Could this be the cheapest locally distributed laptop ever? Runs on a VIA C3 (Nehemiah) 1GHz, 128MB DDR SODIMM, 14.1" XGA TFT LCD, built-in graphics with up to 64MB shared memory, 40GB HDD, built-in speakers, modem and LAN, 4 USB 2.0, 1 VGA out, 4-cell Li-Ion pack battery. SRP: Php29,995 Looks affordable enough, except you'd wish it comes with 256 MB ram and WiFi enabled. I wonder how the VIA C3 1GHz performs? [tags]cheapest laptops, review, ecs laptop, portable, mobile pc[/tags]

Stylish Laptop Bag from TechTote

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: February 25, 2009

Received this laptop/netbook bag from TechTote this morning and unlike the previous laptop bags we got (and gave away to readers), this one was designed specifically for the ladies. I'm not one who's great at checking out what's fashionable or not but according to a lady friend who saw it the during unboxing says it cool. Well, I agree that this one has a very eye-catching color (they've got more brightly-colored models available). TechTote calls the color Grape Fizz so that's purple to most of us (I'm a bit color blind). There are two compartments inside (prolly to separate the…

HP, Dell and Acer still lead in Laptop Market

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: June 16, 2008

A recent report from the Digitimes indicate first quarter laptop shipments for 2008  showed HP, Dell and Acer were the top 3 laptop manufacturers with 20.8%, 15.1% and 14.6% shares respectively. That represents just over 50% of total shipments or 15.67 Millions units. The report also states that Dell managed to recapture the top 2 spot while Apple went up a notch to #7 with 1.433 Million Macbook/Pro/Air units (a 61% increase from 1Q2007) or 4.6% market share. On the other hand, we did a survey just over a month ago here asking readers what brand of laptop they are…