Manila, Philippines — ASUS has recently released an official announcement regarding their proactive measures for their products affected by the SATA bug discovered in Intel’s Cougar Point chipsets. The products affected include all motherboards that are based on 6-series chipsets, ranging from desktop to laptop platforms.
LAS VEGAS (AFP) – Motorola Mobility’s Xoom tablet computer powered by new “Honeycomb” software from Google was crowned the best gadget at the giant Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on Saturday.
SAN FRANCISCO, California, United States—Sony revealed on Monday that mobile phone game sensation “Angry Birds” is heading for the Japanese entertainment giant’s PlayStation 3 consoles and PSP handheld videogame devices. The addictive puzzle game in which players catapult birds to smash through structures protecting egg-stealing green pigs has rocketed to popularity since being released by […]
THE National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) will allow Internet broadband service providers to cap the daily volume of data allowed per user. In a revised draft Memorandum Order (MO) on Minimum Speed of Broadband Connections, the NTC said that broadband service providers should specify the minimum broadband connection speed and service reliability, as well as the […]
After the successful launch of DFAT 2010 Experience the author of GeekyFaust is featured for the second time at SunStar Davao Food Appreciation Tour as you all know the first feature that I joined was the Photojournalism Workshop. Davao Food Appreciation Tour showcases Davao’s Best kept secrets in culinary expertise, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and […]
Even when Windows 7 launched into a warm reception (and brisk sales), Microsoft didn’t reveal exact sale numbers for its new OS – until today. Microsoft CFO Peter Klein announced at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference that Windows 7 has sold 90 million licenses to-date.
Windows 7 is harder to hack than Apple’s Snow Leopard–mainly due to Flash being installed by default on SL. Security expert Charlie Miller has participated in the Pwn2Own contest over the last two years, and has won both times. Held in the CansecWest Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the contest challenges contestants to find […]
There’s this new technology start-up firm who’s goal is to provide capital to smart people with fresh and innovative ideas. Start their own software and freelance business and make their dreams a reality. Who knows you might be the next Google or Microsoft in the making. Benefits: earn return in capital access to community with […]
So the rumors are true! SAN FRANCISCO – Apple Inc. will sell the newly unveiled tablet-style iPad starting at $499, a price tag far below the $1,000 that some analysts were expecting. The iPad, which is larger in size but similar in design to Apple’s popular iPhone, was billed by CEO Steve Jobs on Wednesday […]
With over a million downloads of WordPress 2.9, WordPress 2.9.1 has been released to address some technical issues and bugs which caused problems with scheduling of posts and pingbacks. Unless you’re not experiencing other issues, there’s no need to upgrade, but before doing such upgrade be sure to back up first your database and other […]