If you’re a Blackberry fan, and have been been yearning to own a Blackberry Q10, well, you’re in pure luck as you can now get it from the leader in postpaid, Globe. Globe is first telco in the Philippines to launch the BlackBerry Q10 and will be the only operator offering the newest BlackBerry smartphone for the first thirty (30) days when it becomes officially available in the country on June 7. You can easily get a Q10 for as low as PhP1,499 monthly under the best-ever MySuperPlan 999. Effectively, with this plan, all you have to do is to dole out monthly cash-out of PhP500 plus the PhP999 service charge over a 2-year contract period. Of course, you can opt to get higher MySuperPlan variants at different contract period so you won’t have to worry about cash outs or up-front charges. The Blackberry Q10 features a Dual-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A9, QWERTY…
Google formally announced its opening of Manila office last 23 January to be closer to its local users and advertisers.
There was a rumor back then that the Nokia N900 will be available in March 2010. It was a rumor until today when I received emails from Nokia Careline Philippines.
Gadget Pilipinas recently created an exclusive forum for Filipino Maemo/Meego users – Meego Club Philippines. This will be a good opportunity to bond Nokia N900 users in the Philippines especially now that the said Maemo OS device (that will soon have the Meego OS in May 2010) is now officially out in the Philippines. (see related post here).
Aquaculture and Mariculture in the Philippines is I believe on its very late infancy period. With several private and public sectors aiming to provide and innovate technologies to be shared among the aquaculture enthusiasts and entrepreneurs alike, the industry is still gearing up for the start of the booming period.
Handa ka na ba? It’s 4 months before the first automated elections in the history of our country. 6APM9WSE6XGP We will all say goodbye to the pencils and ballot boxes and say hello to the new voting gadgets on May 10, 2010.
Breaking News! A month after its official release in America, the N900 has landed in the Philippines and is now available for sale for – brace yourselves – Php 48,000!