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Getting your food delivered via FoodPanda

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: August 13, 2014

There have been several online food deliveries in the country for years now and another player from Rocket Internet was launched a couple of months ago, Food Panda. We tried making our lunch and snacks delivered via Food Panda to see how it goes. The steps are pretty easy whether it's on their website or thru the Food Panda app. Just set your current location and it will look for all restaurants that's in the Food Panda listing. Pick a resto and choose from their menu into your cart. Once done, you'll be asked for your delivery address and additional…

iPhone 3G Plans: Cheapest in Belgium, Most Expensive in Canada

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: August 16, 2008

Update: Check out our iPhone 3G Review. While everyone who's interested in an iPhone 3G is frustrated by Globe's pricing plans, it's also surprising to learn that Globe's postpaid plan is the 6th cheapest among 18 countries surveyed. Based on Total Minimum Commitment (TMC) cost which computed how much a customer will have to spend upfront and during the entire contract, the 8GB iPhone 3G from Globe has a TMC of Php53,476 (iPhone 3G Plan 1599). Compare that to Japan with Php86,400 and Canada with Php97,920. See the chart I made below for 18 countries: Chart is based on CBC…

Free calls to US, Canada via GMail Voice

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: August 26, 2010

Google has finally rolled our free international voice calls via GMail. The calls are free when made for Canada and the US while the offering minimal fees to other countries. You will need to download and install the voice and video chat software here. Rates for other countries vary from 2 cents per minute to 15 cents per minute depending on the location and whether you're call a landline or a mobile phone. This service directly competes with Skype.

Pictures from the Pampanga Food Trip

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: August 13, 2006

These pictures were taken yesterday during our whole day road trip in Pampanga. (Ajay has the scoop here.) We visited several culinary hotspots and I thought this was a good opportunity to road-test my digital Canon Rebel XT. It certainly never failed me. The picture below may be the best shot I ever took during the entire trip: The Face of Pampanga The kids here were selling me bamboo flutes. I would buy one but I gave them a Php10 talent fee for posing so candidly. *hehehe* Will do detailed posts over at PinoyTravelBlog during the week. Bespren Genesis Abe…

You like Jap food?

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: July 18, 2005

Went to host a party last week-end at the Valle Verde for our company mid-year celebration. Most of the food served were Japanese cuisine (read: raw). Good thing I was able to grab dinner before hitting the party. I took solace in taking them pictures though: Looks like I'm becoming the team's official photographer. Taken using my Canon Ixus 30 (3.2MP). More pictures.

Performancing Partners Ad Network

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: June 30, 2006

Performancing is launching an Ad Network specifically for bloggers. Dubbed Performancing Partners, the main goal of the ad network is to open the floor for bloggers to generate more passive income on top of direct income from their blogs. The ads will be non-contextual so you can run them alongside your Google AdSense or YPN ads. Two revenue models are being put in place -- Direct advertising on a monthly flat fee basis based on recommended CPM for category type, and CPA (cost per aquisition). Success of such a niche ad network will highly depend on the people behind it…

R.I.P.: Yahoo! Publisher Network

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: April 27, 2010

Last March, Yahoo! emailed all of its publishers that it will discontinue running its Publisher Network (YPN) by April 30, 2010. YPN is Yahoo's own version of the more popular Google AdSense Network. The Yahoo! Publisher Network was launched way back in 2005 but never really went beyond the shores of the United States. I've actually signed up with YPN back in 2006 but was still put on hold since I'm not yet qualified. Since then, I've been getting regular email announcements about the network. Too bad it will close before we even get to try it here in the…

Jollibee Goes Green, First Solar-Powered Branch Now Operational

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: April 7, 2015

No, Jollibee still has its iconic Red and White stripes. However, the Philippines most famous fast food chain has recently announced its first Solar-powered branch in the country which is located at Rizal Avenue corner Manila East Road, Taytay, Rizal. After careful planning and thoughtful considerations, the branch’s franchisee, Andrew Ng, together with the store’s managing director, Bryan Yu, have commissioned a team that will spearhead the project which involved installing a total of 140 solar panels on the Jollibee Taytay-Uptown’s roof deck. In a statement Andrew Ng said that the initiative is in line with the company’s continuous effort…

Globe Telecom network is now 100% 4G HSPA+

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: October 8, 2014

The Ayala-led telecommunications company, Globe Telecom, has announced that its entire network is now equipped with 4G HSPA+. The telecom giant has just completed its 100% 4G HSPA+ rollout last month. Back in June, Globe Telecom became the first full 3G network in the Philippines. "The Globe 4G HSPA+ network extends the company's ability, as a telecommunications provider, to adequately serve high data usage of customers amid proliferation of bandwidth-intensive applications and growing preference for smartphones and other mobile devices," Globe President & CEO Ernest Cu said. Next in the pipeline is the improving the LTE network of the company.…

Globe upgrades network capacity, adds over 4000 new LTE cell sites

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: February 4, 2015

Mobile network giant Globe Telecom announced that it had activated 4,300 new LTE-TDD and LTE-FDD cell sites around the country as part of their current infrastructure upgrade program. This move enables the network to strengthen their mobile data service in major metropolitan areas such as Manila, Cebu, Davao and other key cities and tourist destinations in the country, enabling customers to explore and share online at faster internet speeds. The said upgrade, according to Globe, is needed to accommodate the increasing demand for smartphones and other data-capable devices. RELATED: Globe claims 100% 3G coverage, 4G/LTE in 3 months The network, according to its statement,…