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Nokia beats Apple, Google as top brand in Philippines

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 15, 2011

A recent survey by Nielsen and Campaign revealed that Nokia is the top brand in the Philippines, across all markets (not just tech), beating Apple and Google. The report, published last month (full story requires paid subscription here) puts Nokia as the #1 favorite brand in the country. The top 10 brands that made it to the list are the ff. Top 10 Favorite Brands Nokia - 84% Nescafe - 80% Lucky Me - 75% Energizer - 73% Jollibee - 65% Selecta - 57% C2 - 51% Gatorade - 51% Cobra - 49% SM Malls - 49% Interestingly, Nokia is…

10 Funniest Wi-Fi AP Names We’ve Seen

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: December 26, 2014

Naming your Wi-Fi routers not only personalizes your own connection so others can easily find it, but it can also reflect your personality (or humor). We scoured the Internet for different router names -- from technical puns to making sure your mom knows where to connect and here are our top 10 funniest Wi-Fi AP names we've seen. 1. Who knows this reference from the Offspring? 2. This is something Snoop Dogg would be naming his router. 3. Well that was easy. 4. These guys sure know how to party. 5. Would you connect to this router? 6. Wi believe I can…

ICANN to open tons of new top level Domain Names

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: June 27, 2008

In a landmark move, ICANN has approved the introduction of a whole range of new names introduced to the Internet's addressing system. There are currently around 21 top level domains people can buy, starting witht he popular .com, .net and .org domains. With this new policy, it will be possible to create a slew of new domain extensions -- .shop, .hotels, .nyc (for New York City), or even .manila. Any group or entity can submit a proposal for a new top level name to be approved by ICANN. They've posted an F.A.Q. on their site to answer the more obvious…

Poll: Which locally distributed brand makes the best smartphones?

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: September 13, 2013

Last month, we ran a poll asking which global brands make the best Android phones. This time we'd like to do a similar poll for the local brands or the ones that only distribute their units in the Philippines. Head on to the poll widget below to vote. We have the likes of Cherry Mobile, Torque and MyPhone that's been around for 3 years or so. Then, the new players like O+ and Starmobile and second-tier names like Arc Mobile, SKK and DCT also joined in. Pick the one which you think offers the best value for the product that…

Is the Android OS bigger than the brand?

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: May 25, 2011

For the last two years, I've bought over half a dozen smartphones running Android OS and realized they came from different handset brands -- Samsung, Sony-Ericsson, HTC and just recently LG (the Optimus 2X, my very first LG phone ever). One thing came to mind -- has Android grown so big it's now even bigger than the handset brand? What I mean is that consumers will start trusting and/or buying devices not primarily because of the brand but because it's running on Android. My personal experience might be an isolated case but I'd like to hear what others think. Is…

Why brand matters with laptops and not desktops?

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: June 30, 2012

I posted this question a couple of days ago on Twitter and got a barrage of really insightful responses. Why do brand names have a huge influence when picking a laptop but not a desktop? Many years ago, when I bought my very first laptop, I got a white label unit. It was affordable (30% less than equivalent branded units), had decent specs and passable design. Today, I no longer find those kinds of laptops in stores. In the case of my desktop PC, I bought might from parts and assembled them myself. No branded cases and no familiar logo…

Cherry Mobile to buy BlackBerry, forms Cherry Berry brand

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: April 1, 2015

Cosmic Technologies, owner of the Cherry Mobile brand in the Philippines, has announced that it is buying into dying handset manufacturer BlackBerry for an estimated $780 Million (or Php33.75 billion). The planned acquisition is a move by Cherry Mobile to go into the global market after becoming the No 1. smartphone vendor in the Philippines in the last couple of years. With the highest market share of smartphones in the Philippines, it is estimated that Cherry Mobile shipped close to 8.8 million handsets in 2014 while rival MyPhone, which is ranked #3, shipped an estimated 4.5 million that same year.…

Are you going to miss the Ovi brand?

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: May 18, 2011

So Nokia says it is completely dropping the Ovi brand and will go back to using the old Nokia nomenclature. As such Ovi will be re-labeled as Nokia Services. I was there in Singapore at the Nokia Connections back in 2007 when they first revealed the Ovi brand to encompass all internet-based services of Nokia. In a way, that was the beginning of the company's slow transformation from just a hardware manufacturer to an internet service company. OVI is a unification of Nokia's Internet services which covers music, games and maps, among others. A new user interface will be rolled…

Poll: What brand of earphones are you?

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: August 18, 2011

I noticed a significane surge in the number of earphone brands being introduced in the Philippines this year. Which so many models to choose from, we're curious as to which brands still tops them all. Some two or three years ago, whenever people recommend a good set of earphones, it's the Senn brand that pops much more often. Even the knock-offs are getting some good following. So, let's go back to our question -- what brand of earphones are you? We've got the Sennheiser of course, the Philips, Sony, Monster/Beats, Jays, TDK, AKG, Shure, Audio Technika, Bose, Klipsch, etc. Go…

Poll: What’s your Digital Camera brand?

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: December 5, 2007

Another poll's up. What's your digital camera brand? Please submit votes in the poll section. Limit answers to camera brands you actually own/bought. You can vote for a max of 2 brands only if you own several ones. Please share why you picked that brand among the rest.