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February 27, 2014

YouTube helps Pinoys earn from online videos

In order to help individual content creators, small and medium enterprises, and animation studios set up and get the most out of their own channels, YouTube held its first Pop-Up Workshop earlier at the Mind Museum in Fort, giving tips on how to make it successful in the online industry.

January 23, 2014

Search ‘Doge Meme’ in YouTube to go Comic Sans mode

Google enjoys planting Easter Eggs into their products, and if you’re really good at finding them, they might amuse you even by a little bit. There’s Google Now’s Barrel Roll, YouTube’s Harlem Shake and now, the much very wow internet sensation doge is hiding in YouTube coding and design.

August 30, 2013

Qualcomm says four cores are better than eight

Last month, MediaTek introduced their true Octa-Core CPU for mobile devices. While some would consider it impressive, Qualcomm would certainly like to differ and point out that you need better cores and not more cores.

August 20, 2013

YouTube for Android: Updated with multitasking, cards UI

Google has been adding a lot of UI improvements in its services recently, from the Play Store, Maps and other apps to its social networking site Google+. Now, YouTube’s Android app follows as it reaches version 5.

May 17, 2011

Creative D100 YouTube Contest Winner

Took us a couple weeks longer but here it is — our Creative D100 YouTube Contest winner. The winning entry goes to…

October 05, 2007

Desperately Funny Friday YouTube Wrap

Now that the aggrieved parties have been consoled by the recent public apology from the “Desperate Housewives” incident, I’d like to share some YouTube compilations I found yesterday.

October 01, 2007

YouTube does a Revver with AdSense

There have been reports of YouTube allowing Publishers to embed AdSense ads on their uploaded videos, just like Revver has been doing for over a year. Well, this was expected although when Google bought YouTube to get more eyeballs, people were anticipating something more than putting AdSense ads in there.

March 16, 2007

Selling your house on YouTube

An article on Yahoo! Finance talks about “The ‘YouTubing’ of real estate marketing” where people are starting to use the popular video sharing website to showcase their homes for prospective buyers. Here’s a sample video I got while searching YouTube: For some time now, I’ve been scouting for a house to permanently settle in so […]

October 21, 2006

Jollibee Scandal: Mascots humping on YouTube

Apparently, them call center boys and girls spend a lot of their spare time on YouTube. This link was sent by one of them. I don’t think Jollibee Corp. knows about this. What can I say? If I may put it eloquently in the words of Mike Abundo, this is why YouTube is huge in […]

July 19, 2006

The Internet is a Series of Tubes

We’ve been hearing a lot of discussions about Net Neutrality in the past couple of months. I wasn’t particularly interested in the subject thinking that such issues only concern the United States and legislations surrounding the issue. To be very quick and visual, check out this 3-minute video on what Net Neutrality is all about: […]

January 27, 2015

Twitter Adds Group Messaging and Video Recording

Following the momentary outage in several social networking sites including Facebook and Instagram, Twitter has announced two new additional features on their service, namely Video Recording on the mobile app, as well as Group Messaging which works for both the desktop and mobile versions of Twitter, and on TweetDeck.

January 23, 2015

LG G3 Beat Quick Review

LG decides to use the G3 branding beyond its flagship phone with smartphones like the LG G3 Beat, but does it retain its bigger brother’s charm?

January 22, 2015

Microsoft Surface Hub: 84-inch 4K display powered by Windows 10

Along with the announcement of Windows 10, Microsoft also introduced the Surface Hub – an 84-inch 4K display that comes with a slew of features for workplace productivity and powered by Windows 10 OS.

January 20, 2015

ZTE’s Blade V2 touts Snapdragon CPU, 5MP selfie cam

ZTE has come up with a 64-bit midrange phone named as Blade V2 that has an updated Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a front camera that should be more than capable of taking selfie shots.

January 19, 2015

Lenovo Vibe X2 Review

In December of 2013, Lenovo released the Vibe X which is a very nice device with decent specs but commands a high price given its limitations. Almost a year later, the company released its successor, the Vibe X2, now with better specs, build and design. Not to mention, a cheaper launch price compared to its […]

January 18, 2015

Hollywood crowd tricked into giving their passwords

With the recent cyber attack to Sony, it was revealed that they had kept their passwords in a file named “Passwords.” Which is already a giveaway to hackers and peeping toms alike. Reports also point that the most popular password is “password 123.”

January 15, 2015

PlayBox: Xbox One and PS4 Rolled Into One

We know a lot of console gamers that are still torn between Xbox One and the Sony Playstation 4, which is why Eddie Zarrick though it would be a great idea to strap the two together and cram it inside a laptop-inspired form factor, complete with a 22-inch display, which he called the PlayBox.

January 15, 2015

Google Showcases Latest Developments on Project Ara

Earlier today, Google held the second Project Ara Developer Conference wherein the search giant showcased the latest Spiral 2 prototype and revealed its unconventional plans on how and where they will initially market the device during its pilot consumer release.

January 14, 2015

Lollipop Update for HTC One (M8) Starts Rolling Out

HTC recently confirms that it started seeding the Android Lollipop update for their current flagship smartphone – the HTC One (M8).

January 14, 2015

Delsey Pluggage: A Must-Have Luggage for Techies

From mundane objects, to complex computing devices, almost everything nowadays has some means that would allow users to interact with it. Such is the case with the Delsey’s new luggage called Pluggage which is equipped with features that one wouldn’t normally see on a typical travel bag.

January 09, 2015

O+ Fab Elite 2.0 Review

We gave our first impressions with the O+ Fab Elite 2.0 last December. After weeks of using it, some impressions stayed the same and more came in. Will this 6.5” phablet from O+ be a worthy device for your big pockets? Read on to find out.

January 09, 2015

Mionix Demos World’s First Smart Gaming Mouse

Manufacturers can only do so much to improve PC peripheral like gaming mouse. In fact, most of the so-called innovations we’ve seen in the past few years have mostly been marketing BS. But the folks over at MionixLabs are looking to shake things up a bit with the Mionix Naos QG – the world’s first […]

January 08, 2015

What exactly can the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 offer?

Qualcomm has formally unveiled its newest and by far, the most powerful smartphone processor – the Snapdragon 810. With it comes a number of firsts in terms of processing power and the company has shed some light on the features that it will bring to smartphones.

January 06, 2015

Razer Joins Android TV Bandwagon w/ Forge TV

Razer is on a crusade to invade gamer’s living room. They started it with the launch of Leviathan Soundbar back in November which is followed by the announcement of the Razer Forge TV – a USD100-worth set-top box that runs on Android TV and powered by a Snapdragon 805 processor.

January 06, 2015

Samsung unveils Portable SSD T1 external SSD

Samsung has recently unveiled the Portable SSD T1, a sleek and stylish external Solid State Drive (SSD) with up to 1TB of storage capacity.

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