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Meralco says “energy-saving” devices do not work

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 16, 2015

Meralco has purchased and tested some of the so-called "energy-saving" devices that are currently offered in the market to find out if it really helps in lowering your electricity bill. In a report by ABS-CBN News, Meralco tested the devices by simulating a household with two lighting fixtures, a TV, and an electric fan. Meralco concludes that "energy-saving" gadgets are not effective in lowering your energy consumption. Photo from Meralco Facebook page Engineer Alfred Iporac, Manager of Meralco Power Lab, said that these plug-in devices show no evidence of savings and the devices' no load consumption might even increase your…

MVP & Ty inks Meralco-FMIC partnership

Relevance: 96%      Posted on: October 9, 2013

Two moguls -- Manuel V. Pangilinan and George Ty -- have entered a share sale agreement yesterday, resulting to a partnership between Meralco and First Metro Investment Corporation. The two powerhouses are no strangers to each other as they have previously teamed up to explore power development possibilities in Mindanao back in January. Back then, there were no signed agreements that formalized the partnership. Months after that, rumors began to spread about a possible tie-up between Meralco and Ty-led Global Business Power Corporation. However, it was only yesterday that the two tycoons have sealed the deal which, according to Meralco

Meralco opens 1st Electric Car Charging Station

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: July 31, 2013

Yesterday, Meralco officially opened it's first public charging station for electric cars. Officially called Meralco eVehicle Power Station, the charging station is located inside the Meralco Compound in Pasig City. As more and more electric cars and hybrid cars are being sold in the Philippines, the need for more accessible charging stations like this one becomes evident. Shown above is a Tesla Model S owned by MVP being charged in the station. Image by Electric vehicles like the eTrikes in Taguig and the eJeepneys that ply the routes of Makati are the among the few ones that will benefit…

Great WinXP Tips

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: June 21, 2005

MaximumPC features a list of best WinXP tips submitted by readers. Some of the great tips posted includes: Searching with Google (or other search engines) straight from the Taskbar Forcing Windows to give up default 20% bandwidth reservation Setting priority for DNS lookups to speed up Internet connection Windows automatically removing unneeded DLL's from cache memory Changing motherboards without reinstalling Win XP Resetting ‘menushowdelay’ to improve menu speeds ... and more!

SEO tips for Blogs

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: January 24, 2006

Michael Pollock of SavySolo recently posted an 8-point tip on "Savvy Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Tips for Wordpress 2.0" but I think it will apply to any blogs out there. Most of the tips he outlined are geared towards optimizing your blog titles. (You might want to check out the Optimal Title plugin here too.) Then, here's another title tip from Blog Business World (via Problogger.) There's the Related Post plugin too, which help in promoting keyword density. The one I'm using here only indexes the the entry titles and not the whole entry so some of the related posts…

Tips on How to Prepare for Typhoon Hagupit

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: December 4, 2014

Philippines is subject to yet another supertyphoon, and our friends from Google and Globe Telecom have a few tips to share to everyone so we could prepare as much as we can before we feel the wrath of typhoon Hagupit. We’ve previously reported on Google Public Alerts that now warns Filipinos of upcoming typhoons. It not only does that but it also displays information about the storm as well as evacuation plans. This time, the crisis map for typhoon Hagupit has now been posted in addition to the main public alert page and ready to be viewed (just hit the…

5 Tips for Buying Used Gadgets Online

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: January 19, 2015

With the persistent problems and scams that plague the cyberspace, an online gadget buyer must be vigilant in his purchases. Here are a few tips we can share so your hard-earned cash will not go to waste. I've witnessed people losing their money to bogus sellers online, falling prey to plans of scammers and the like. These five tips can help you make wiser decisions in purchasing used gadgets online. Stick to trusted buy and sell advertisement websites and channels. If you are buying one, check a few of your friends that may advertise some of their gadgets on sale a few…

Tips on Blog Adsensification

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: November 15, 2006

Here are some tips to consider when you feel you're serious about adsensifying your blog. Take note that these tips apply to blogs that have been active for a certain length of time and have some fair amount of traffic. Usually, these are the ones who started blogging out of pure passion and only recently realized that they could also generate some income off of it. So here are some points to consider: Ask yourself if you are willing to compromise your blog's layout and over-all feel by adding ads in them. It's usually a function of how much you…

5 Tips for Selling Used Gadgets Online

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: January 19, 2015

Selling your gadget is one way to minimize costs of buying a new one, as selling off your old stuff can fund most of your next big purchase. With many scams reported and some are still floating around the world wide web, how do you protect yourself from them? We give you a rundown of important notes to keep in mind when selling your pre-loved gadgets online. Besides selling or trading in places such as Greenhills, there are also online forums, groups, and websites where you can sell your gadgets. Here are a few tips to make the most out of the selling

21 Surefire Tips for a Successful Blog Launch

Relevance: 55%      Posted on: October 24, 2006

Here's a really good checklist of things you need to do or have in mind when launching a new blog. The 21 points included in this checklist will cover the basics of what you need to do during those all-important first two weeks of your blog's life. While there are no guarantees in the blogosphere, if you follow these launching tips closely, your chances of success are greatly improved. I especially recommend point #20 -- Go ‘Real-World’ with other bloggers.. I've always noticed the link loves are always given freely and easily (sometimes by the dozen) during meetups, blogcons and…