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56″ Philips Cinema 21:9 Ultra-Wide LCD TV

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: November 9, 2010

Philips sent us this awesome LCD TV together with their new Blu-ray player. First seen in CES 2009 and finally released in the Philippines last May, the Philips Cinema 21:9 is an ultra-widescreen LCD TV. The LCD TV measures 56" across and has a resolution of 2560x1080p, a 200Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. This could also be perfect for hooking up with your PC and enjoy some big-screen gaming. So far, I've been watching a couple of Blu-ray movies with it. Our friends from Tradeport sent us a batch of Blu-ray discs as they're launching an watch-all-you-can Blu-ray…

Makati putting up City-Wide WiFi Zone

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: July 13, 2012

In a bid to embrace conveniences that the internet can provide, the City Government of Makati has just announced that they are now making preparations to build a city-wide network of free WiFi service. This announcement was made during the current city Mayor Jejomar Binay Jr.'s 35th birthday -- in conjunction with the city hall being a WiFi zone, will serve as a starting point for the continuous implementation of the said project that will soon find its way into 33 other barangays in the near future. “We are planning to pursue citywide wi-fi connectivity, and City Hall is a…

Samsung Galaxy S4 system dump available for download

Relevance: 46%      Posted on: March 29, 2013

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is still far from the hands of many, but you can always pretend like you have it anyway - through these files that are made available for download - from wallpapers to ringtones, it's got you covered. While not everything in the download is beneficial to all smartphone users, it's mostly for the developers who would port the apps to other devices - such as S-Voice or other features. I know a lot of people who would put a signature wallpaper on their device just to emulate the feel, so why not give it a try?…

Design a new BlogAds logo and win $1,000

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: August 26, 2005

BlogAds is urgently looking for a new logo to replace the old one on their site. A really simple challenge that only requires skills and talent, I might add. If the USD $1,000 prize is not enough inspiration, I don't know what else. Some helpful tips in making your entries: your submission should be maximum 200 pixels wide X 200 pixels deep, max 5k jpeg or gif, with larger file to follow, if we request it. while we like "blogads," some journalists seem to like writing "BlogAds." And neophytes sometimes pronounce blogads as "Blow-Gads." So, I'm biased to BlogAds. your…

Inq7 getting too crowded.

Relevance: 44%      Posted on: October 13, 2005

I don't know if some of you have noticed but Inq7.net is getting too crowded with ads. I did a quick count I on the from page alone there are at least 38 different ads sprawling all over. I took a screenshot of the main page and colored with green the sections that were for ads. Running pixel by pixel, them ads cover more than 25% of the real estate. That's over 527,00 square pixels of the total 1.975 Million square pixels. Can't blame them though; that's their lifeblood. Good thing they have RSS for news and an Express version…

Are two heads better than one?

Relevance: 43%      Posted on: May 30, 2007

Most bloggers I read that sports dual monitors on their desktop say that it's good for productivity. So, when I found out that the Samsung 19" 940BW I bought 5 months ago dropped to just Php11,500, I got another one exactly like it. I already got a dual-DVI PCI Express card (Powercolor X1550) I got from the Funan IT Mall, all I need to do is hook it up on the PC, plug the two LCD monitors and my screen real estate will double to 2400 pixels wide and 900 pixels tall. Alas, the motherboard does not support PCIe so…

More ways to make money online

Relevance: 38%      Posted on: February 23, 2007

Over at Web Worker Daily, Anne Zelenka writes about 10 New Ways to Make Money Online. Some of the items she mentioned have already been around for sometime while others have become too saturated as well. I'm now thinking of ways to make money online that's more relevant to our region (or specifically in the Philippines): Buy & Sell items in TipidPC. I look at TipidPC as somewhat like the eBay for the Philippines, even before eBay.ph came into the scene. Work as a Proxy Player. Some games require you to play a certain amount of time before you reach…

Toshiba unveils TG01 smartphone

Relevance: 36%      Posted on: February 4, 2009

Toshiba has just announced their very own smartphone with a wide screen display of 4.1 inches and a very thin form factor 9.9mm -- the Toshiba TG01. The Toshiba TG01 is not your ordinary smartphone. It's the first one to have the Qualcomm SnapDragon platform running at a blazing-fast 1GHz processor {via}. Toshiba TG01 Specs: 4.1 inches (480x800 pixels) full touch screen display 1.0 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD2850 Wi-Fi 802.11b/g 3G/HSDPA Bluetooth 2.0 3.15 MP, 2048x1536 pixels GPS/aGPS support Accelerometer 512MB internal, up to 32GB storage via microSD Windows Mobile 6.1  The processor can dynamically throttle up or down depending…

Gigabyte M528 Mobile Internet Device

Relevance: 34%      Posted on: July 29, 2008

We're seeing a lot of these lately. From Sony VGN-UX50 UMPC, OQO Model 02, Toshiba Utopia to the HTC Shift, Gigabyte will release one of its own - the Gigabyte M528 MID. It's touch screen with a size wide enough at 4.8 inches and a screen resolution of 800×480 pixels. Intel Atom CPU, 800MHz Menlow chip WiFi 802.11b/g 512MB of RAM 4GB SSD GPS HSDPA/3G via USB port Bluetooth 2.0 0.3 MP frontfacing webcam 3 MP autofocus camera Will retail for about $700 in the US. Not sure if it will find its way here in the Philippines though. We…

Netbooks: Higher than 1024×600 resolution?

Relevance: 32%      Posted on: July 21, 2009

One of my more nagging problems with a lot of locally available netbooks is the low resolution screen. While 1024 x 600 pixels is fine for regular web browsing, there are important softwares out there that require higher resolution and just wouldn't work with most netbooks. A reader sent in an email question asking for netbooks that support at least 1024x768 pixel resolution. Imaging softwares like Canon Digital Photo Professional (I use this one to process raw images), Adobe Camera Raw and ULead PhotoImpact needs at least 1024x768 pixels (preferably 1024x800) in order to work. Here is a very short…