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October 27, 2011

TrafficDito brings traffic-monitoring to the crowd

Met one of the folks from TrafficDito yesterday where I was introduced to their new iPhone app. It’s like the MMDA app we showed you earlier but this one runs by crowd-sourcing it to drivers and commuters.

November 30, 2012

Wrapping up our Qualcomm HQ Editor’s Week Tour

After yesterday’s series of talks, we spent most of the day today listening to panel discussions from more Qualcomm reps, subsidiary companies, 3rd party partners and app developers on how some of the technologies are being harnessed for commercial use.

May 20, 2009

Does AyosDito have what it takes?

There’s a new player and town and it looks like it’s making a splash by dropping a wad of cash in advertising. People have been asking me about this new classified ad site called Ayos Dito.

July 05, 2012

DOST’s Project NOAH needs a mobile app

Public safety is the pinnacle of any government. Put quite simply, if a government is not doing its best to protect its people from countless disastrous factors (yes, that includes recessions, wars and natural disasters) then that can only mean one thing: It’s not doing its job right.

November 26, 2013

Waze for Windows Phone now available

Waze, a Google-owned community-based traffic and navigation app, is now available for download on the Windows Phone Store.

December 28, 2012

Globe Telecom takes over BayanTel

Without much funfare, Globe Telecom is effectively the new owners of BayanTel. Or something to that effect. The negotiations between Globe and BayanTel have been going for some time now with the former offering to pay the latter’s debts.

August 07, 2012

Online Guide: Relief Operations on Metro Manila Floods

It’s been raining the entire week but the last two days have been the heaviest. Majority of the areas in Metro Manila and nearby areas are flooded. Suspension of classes, work and gov’t offices have been raised since this morning. We’ve collated all important online information you can refer to for efforts during situations like […]

October 05, 2008

Is problogging in recession?

Barely 3 months after we saw big blog networks re-balancing their budgets, there’s another one that’s just finished brewing headed by Gawker Media’s head-honcho himself, Nick Denton, with a self-leaked internal memo.

August 22, 2008

Could Yahoo! Buzz get bigger than Digg?

While some would already say that Yahoo! Buzz has already proven itself to bring more massive amounts of traffic to publishers, this has only been felt by a select few. This week though, Yahoo! Buzz was opened to the public and it made a bigger promise Digg never accomplished.

August 28, 2007

Interesting late night Tuesday round up!

There’s a plot to release the iPhone unlocking software into the wild, wild web. A prize of $100,000 is in the offing. Several individuals and companies have actually solved the AT&T unlocking dilemma but threats of lawsuits prevent them to move forward. Reports say that unlocking the iPhone invites DMCA complaints from AT&T and Apple. […]

June 21, 2007

Manila Bulletin features Domain Squatter

I don’t regularly read the newspapers (print) but once in a while, I’d skim through some copies in the hopes of getting some scoop. Who would imagine I’d stumble upon yet another editorial lapse with Manila Bulletin. If you have a copy of the June 16, 2007 (Monday) edition of Manila Bulletin, go over the […]

April 10, 2007

TLA announces Post Level Text Link Ads

I thought this was bound to happen on Text Link Ads as several other companies are already doing this (V7N Contentual Links and Text Link Brokers for example). So, when you upgrade your TLA WP plugin, you will also be able to serve up more link ads on your blogs, specifically on the post level: […]

June 16, 2006

AOL’s new Netscape is a Digg-killer?

The beta version of the new Netscape portal really looks like another Digg-clone. Techcrunch calls it “the massive digg-killer” noting that Netscape serves a whopping 811 million monthly page views – far more than Digg today. With that amount of existing traffic, Jason Calacanis (the head huncho for WeblogsINC and Netscape), is pretty excited that […]

November 19, 2005

Blogs and Online Newspapers have similar readership density?

Was on a meeting with lawyer and Inq7.net columnist Rowena “Bing” Guanzon this afternoon on setting up her new blog and familiarizing her with WordPress, when we discussed something about the density of newspaper readership. She opined that people seem to get bored with Philippine politics and mentioned that most of her columns in Inq7.net […]

November 17, 2005

MLQ on Open Source Media

Just wanted to share to everyone that Manolo Quezon’s blog is part of the newly launched Open Source Media (OSM), formerly known as Pajamas Media. OSMâ„¢ – the new portal to the best of the blogosphere. Open Source Media, a venture designed to bring together top online writers, journalists and commentators under a single umbrella, […]

August 19, 2005

A 100 Blogs in 100 Days.

The Blog Herald is inviting all bloggers out there to join his little marketing project. So, what is it all about? While others bleat on about diversity in the blogosphere, I’m going to show over the next 100 days some of the wonderful cross-section of blogs out there that others may not have yet discovered […]

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