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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

4 Reasons to Use Technology Today

4 Reasons to Use Technology Today

With the amount of technology these days it is important to be very vigilant because there are certain information that you share online that could be harmful for you including personal details such as your real name, credit card numbers, address and even contact numbers.

But technology is somehow a double edged sword too, since it also has the ability to provide facts and figures that you need with just a touch of a button including services like real phone lookup, genealogy sites and other pages that provide very useful and up to date information.

Technology Encourages Knowledge

However unfortunate it seems, technology has literally replaced some of the classic learning materials like that of encyclopedias, journals and books for most of the youth.

The task these days though is to breakdown through which information is correct and which ones are just simply out of order and falsely claimed.

Technology Resolves Issues Immediately

In instances where there are particular facts and figures that need to be obtained, using the computer and other devices can easily answer some of the toughest issues that need to be resolved like say an anonymous call from an anonymous number or the name of a biological parent.

The constant changes and development through the internet has made it possible for names, numbers and other particulars to be pointed out and identified at once.

Technology Reduces Wasted Time and Effort

Whether it be shopping for clothing, food and other everyday goods, the ability to get things done at a quicker rate that is more convenient has become a reality that a lot of people these days experience thanks to technology.

Gone are the days when waiting in line is needed or having to travel from one part of town to another just to purchase items – a lot of online purchases these days has made life easier for everyone.

Technology Keeps People Connected

The constant development of social media sites as well as the growing improvements of communication applications has made technology the bread and butter of keeping people much more connected at a faster rate.

Times have changed when a phone call meant having to walk out and insert some money to a booth just to talk with loved ones, these days having a cellular phone and other high tech mobile devices has literally changed the way people are able to get in touch with each other.

Monday, February 16, 2015

4 Tips for Buying a Cheap Domain Name

4 Tips for Buying a Cheap Domain Name

Right now, there are millions of websites on the internet, all waiting for anyone and everyone to see them. With so many websites out there, you might begin to think that there's simply no way for you to get the domain name you want. Whatever the domain name is, it's probably been bought up by domain squatters, and would cost you a great deal of money to buy, right?

Not necessarily! There are some ways to help make sure you get a cheap domain name, if you're willing to work for it.

Striking a Domain!

For starters, make sure the domain name you want is memorable without being simplistic. Don't just try to buy a one word domain name like "" if you want to talk about shoes. That's certain to be purchased already.

Instead, try for things like "", which is memorable if you want to talk about shoes, like the women's shoes from Zalora. But most likely, it is taken because surely you’ll not be the first one who thought about this and there are a lot of people who do buy and sell with domains.

But I think “” sounds better, more memorable. Don’t you think?

Try Other Domain

Another thing you can do is try seeing if the end destination might be different. For example, if "" is already taken, you might try "" or "". It would allow you to have the domain name that you want, even though it's not a .com name.

The Other Companies

You can also try to purchase a domain name through one of the several domain companies out there on the market. Some of them charge quite a bit, but many of them are willing to sell you the domain name you want at an affordable price. For the cost of a few dollars a month, you could have a simple website that brings the kind of traffic you're looking for.

But please take note, it doesn’t mean that it is not available to DOMAIN COMPANY A, it will be available in DOMAIN COMPANY B. I’m just giving this tip because other companies may charge cheaper.

Put a Prefix or Suffix on It!

You can also try changing one letter in the domain name you want. For example, if "" is taken, you could try "" as an alternative, or add some other words like “”. This is a dangerous game, however, because if your domain name is too similar to an already existing one, you could lose quite a bit of traffic to the already existing domain name.

Ultimately, buying a domain cheaply and easily is a matter of being willing to put in the research. Don't just give up if the first domain name you want is taken! Try to come up with several interesting domain names that are sure to generate traffic. And be willing to shop around on price. You never know what you'll find if you're willing to do the research!

Monday, December 1, 2014

Prepaid Customers To Enjoy Smartphone Ownership With Globe's GoGadgets Offer

Yet again moving to the forefront of the industry, Globe Telecom has decided to increase the reach of smartphones by creating a new offer designed to give prepaid customers the ability to get discounts on devices as well as rebates. The program is GoGadgets and promises to be groundbreaking for many.

GoGadgets represents a true innovation in prepaid cellular service in that it lets customers build a prepaid bundle of their own choosing by simply selecting a device from a set menu of Android offerings, starting from affordable rates such as P2,699 to P7,899.

In order to create this type of bundle, a prepaid customer just needs to select the promo combination they prefer, the length of the promo period and the registration period. No additional requirements exist! Customers then have an opportunity to earn back some of their money through GCash each time they sign up for a GoGadgets promotional offer. The end result is that their devices cost virtually nothing.

GoGadgets offerings include the CloudFone Excite 400dx, complete with interchangeable battery capability, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 4GB of internal storage and 512 MB RAM. Battery life for this device is an impressive full day with heavy usage and upwards of 2-3- days with lighter use. The Samsung Trend Lite is also available, and it boasts a 4-inch screen, 3-megapixel rear camera and a 1GHz processor.

This offer follows close after another of Globe's innovative offerings, GoSAKTO. From its initial 2013 launch, GoSAKTO gave prepaid consumers the freedom to build a promo of their own design, letting them select the number and type of calls, data and text available. This provides the ultimate in flexibility. An enhanced GoSAKTO program launched this June added extra value, letting customers add new apps such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and more to their personalized promo, resulting in the ability to build over 200 million different feature combinations.

Any Globe prepaid customer can get started with this program by calling *143#, selecting GoSAKTO from the menu and selecting "choose a gadget."

If you would like to learn more about GoGadgets from Globe Prepaid, text the word GadgetINFO to 888 at no charge.

Monday, November 17, 2014

3 Best Things Users Love About the Samsung Galaxy S3

3 Best Things Users Love About the Samsung Galaxy S3

I’ve been in search for a new phone for months now since my phone (Samsung Galaxy Y Duos) is not enough for my current lifestyle anymore. Though there are a lot of phones that I can choose from, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of my choice though it’s a 2 years old phone – released on 2012.

Watching videos online, listening to people that have already used this smartphone from Samsung I was able to pick out the best things or features of the Samsung Galaxy S3 that the users loved. And I think it’s just worth it to share it with you guys, I thought you might want to hear all about it too.

The 4.8 inches Display

This Samsung Galaxy S3 has a 1280 by 720 and a PenTile display – and some don’t like a phone with PenTile display but you really can’t tell (well, except you’ll try to see it in a very low resolution). The phone has a great resolution in high contrast, fluid with no stutter, and very responsive that is said to be better than Nexus phones.

Better than Your Point and Shoot

Yes, they do say that the Samsung Galaxy S3’s camera is better than your point and shoot camera, and even way better than the Nexus’ camera  – which is what I am looking for since I need to document every detail of my travel and update my social media accounts with quality photos. Plus, the users loved the fact that the camera has a lot of features itself.
Samsung Galaxy S3 sample photo. Photo Credits to PhoneArena
Samsung Galaxy S3 got an 8 megapixels camera at the back that can take 1080p videos with sharp auto focus that says to work well in low light. There’s also a camera at front, lower than the back since it’s only 1.9 megapixels but it’s already good enough for skyping purposes.


To be honest, this got me to love the phone already since I really need a phone with a big RAM. I’ll actually be happy with 1GB RAM, but giving me a phone with a 2GB RAM is really a gift from heaven for me – and that is because I only have 256mb (too slow and low for me).

It’s already 2014, is it worth it to buy? Yes, they say so even for a 2 years old smartphone. The price is though too high for my budget since it’s sold around P10, 000 ($223) to P20, 000 ($446) – well that is for a 16GB internal memory. I've checked out Amazon and for the new one (not used) is sold around $254 (and it's already unlocked but I can have it for less than $200 if I have it throgh a network in the US, but then again it's not applicable to me). But basing on what they’re saying it’s a worth it phone to buy!

Are you using the Samsung Galaxy S3? Share with us on what you think about the phone, and let me know if I should really buy it or not. Thanks!

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