Tekkie Tekkie Muna (Yippee there’s another big IT sale, abangan natin ito mga p’re dahil big SALE), if you want to buy the best IT gadgets and peripherals in the most discounted prices. Check out FUNtas-Tech!
Gearing up to the next century where the modern world drives by the technology, and more tech-savvy people, Filipinos desire the latest and coolest devices from mobile phones, digital cameras, flat screen TVs and the likes.
Tekkie Tekkie Muna (Call your friends and let’s debate on these discussions bago pa man tamaan tayo ng ngitngit ng paghihiganti ng mga apektado ng cyber bullying), sorry for being so political these past posts but the Cybercrime Law in the Philippines aka the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 is quite controversial and timely to be discussed and debated upon before the Supreme Court TRO expires and we get struck by its might!
Tekkie Tekkie Muna (Wait a minute Mr. Postman, Susulatan ko muna ang May Kagagawan), I think I may hesitate to go online because the penalty for online libel is worst than the regular libel.
So in support of this ridiculous law that the Aquino government carelessly put into place all because of a…. shameless Senator? I may want to participate in the hacking just to make some noise and be noticed! But anonymously, of course!
Innovation. Social Media. Social Good.
These three ideas converge on September 22, 2012 in Metro Manila during the Social Good Summit.
Organized by Rappler and TweetupManila, the Social Good Summit is part of a greater global movement initiated by Mashable to coincide with UN Week.
The event aims to bring together the country’s brightest minds and creative thinkers to come up with innovative new ways in which digital technologies like social media can be used to solve the world’s challenges and make this world a better place – and then translate these ideas to action.
The IdeaSpace Foundation, Inc. (IdeaSpace) launched its national competition in search of the country’s top ideas for technology entrepreneurship, the first private-led comprehensive incubation program in the Philippines.
Aspiring technopreneurs and startups can start submitting their applications for the contest starting September 1 until January 7 next year. Ten tech-based ideas will receive funding and support worth PhP2M for the first phase and up to PhP5M additional capital during or after six months into the program.
Visit http://www.ideaspace.ph/ for more information.