Globe Telecom reverses charges on the P3 million phone bill

Globe didn’t waste any time fixing the anomalous phone bill charged to Mr. Elmer de Guzman who went home from a trip abroad to find his bill from Globe amounting to over P3 million. On an official statement from Globe, it was a system glitch on their part that caused the insane charges on the billing. Although, the roaming data...

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The P3 million Globe bill statement, this time it’s not fake

Dec 10, 13 The P3 million Globe bill statement, this time it’s not fake

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What would you do if after you got home from your trip abroad, you found your mobile phone bill amounting to more than 3 million pesos? Anyway, this is what happened to a certain Elmer de Guzman when he received his Globe billing statement amounting to a staggering Php3,272,623.38 after coming back from a long trip abroad. Here’s...

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TORQUE Celebrates 5th Year, Teases New Smartphones and Tablets for Christmas

Dec 10, 13 TORQUE Celebrates 5th Year, Teases New Smartphones and Tablets for Christmas

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Filipino mobile phone brand TORQUE celebrates its fifth year of operations in the Philippines. One of the few local mobile brands available, TORQUE has been consistent in introducing a wide range of mobile phones and tablets that fits everyone’s budget and lifestyle since its establishment back in 2008. TORQUE has grown to be one...

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The TORQUE Droidz Mini D is an iPad Mini Look-alike

Dec 10, 13 The TORQUE Droidz Mini D is an iPad Mini Look-alike

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Among the many interesting products introduced by TORQUE last week, one product stood out from the rest. This was the TORQUE Droidz Mini D.  The TORQUE Mini D is a smaller version of its more powerful brother, the TORQUE Mini Q.  The TORQUE Mini D is a 7.85” XGA touch tablet with a 1GHz Dual-Core processor, 4GB ROM and 512 MB RAM...

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Microsoft launches Visual Studio 2013 in the Philippines

Nov 26, 13 Microsoft launches Visual Studio 2013 in the Philippines

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Microsoft recently launched the newest version of its flagship integrated development platform, the Visual Studio 2013. Aside from an improved IDE, Microsoft also presented an advanced collection of developer cloud tools and services. Tracey Trewin, Corporate Director for Visual Studio ALM  A couple of pretty cool features of the...

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Epson unveils the world’s first large format ink tank printer

Epson, a brand that we now know as a master of ink tank system type of printers just launched the world’s first large format ink tank printer. Knowing how economical and reliable your regular ink tank printers are, why not go large with it right? The 44-inch Epson SureColor SC-B6070 and the 64-inch Epson SureColor SC-B7070 are...

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LINE strengthens presence in PH through partnerships with local brands

LINE, one of the popular mobile messaging app we have in the country right now, is gaining traction by initiating deeper interaction with the local market through various partnerships and tailored services. Alicia Lee Roh, Senior Manager for LINE Business Development Division and Greg Kim, Senior Manager of LINE Plus Corp. LINE has...

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Official Instagram app now available on Windows Phone 8

Instagram, one of the app long-time users of Windows Phone are clamoring for is now available on the WP store. Instagram, still in BETA, just went live for every WP8 users to try out. The app is similar to its iOS and Android versions where you can apply the usual sets of Instagram filters to your photos, do linear and radial...

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Help.PH accepts mobile donation for Typhoon Yolanda relief from over 40 countries

Want to help and donate cash for relief operations for Typhoon Yolanda (international name Haiyan) but don’t really know how or where to go? The Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation (PDRF) has launched HelpPH (help.ph), a global campaign for donations via mobile load to help fund programs for relief and reconstruction in...

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Skype offers free credits for users affected by Typhoon Haiyan

In an effort to help people affected by Typhoon Haiyan get in touch with their loved ones to let them know they’re alright, Skype is pitching in to give aid in the form of free credits. You might want to check the e-mail you used to register for your Skype account to get your voucher code. Head to the Skype website to redeem your...

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