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Philippines Slowest Internet Connections on Akamai’s Asia-Pacific

May 22, 2015 by onlineph | No Comments | Filed in Business, Google, Internet, Technology

The Philippines still belongs to one of the three slowest internet connections on Akamai’s Asia-Pacific countries list along with Indonesia and India, despite the increase in internet speed to 2.7Mbps, according to the State of the Internet report published by global cloud enterprise Akamai.

Akamai reports that the country’s broadband internet connections only had a ten percent increase from Q3 2014. While the average internet connection speed for fourth quarter had a 0.2Mbps rise, a quarter-on-quarter increase of 8.6%, and an increase of 38% from the same period last year. The country’s average peak was able to increase as well, from 21.3 last quarter and now at 21.8Mbps. Readmore

Tekken 7’s Josie Rizal might be Removed

April 22, 2015 by onlineph | No Comments | Filed in Business, Featured, Games, Google, Government, Social Network, Technology, Videos

For the past few days, Tekken 7 announced that they added a new character, Josie Rizal which a lot of people excited about its addition to the game.

In a series of tweets by Bandai Namco’s Katsuhiro Harada, he and his team have no plan to delete Rizal on the popular game. The tweets were in line with the negative feedbacks that they received because the name was patterned with the Philippine’s national hero, Jose Rizal. And also, it may give out the wrong idea of the country and its citizens. Readmore

Google New Feature ‘Find My Phone’ to Ring Your SmartPhone Trends

April 22, 2015 by onlineph | No Comments | Filed in Featured, Google, Internet, SmartPhones, Technology

If you keep on losing your phone and even have to make it ring to find it, then Google has something for you. You can now track and ring your smartphones with Google.

Connect your Android smartphone with Google. With this, your computer can send information to your phone. Google “find my phone” and it will provide your phone’s location. To use this service for Android phones, you must first update the Google App. Readmore

Tutorial How to Check your SSS Contributions Online

April 7, 2015 by onlineph | 2 Comments | Filed in Google, Government, Internet, Technology

Having a hard time to travel to and from SSS office?

Here’s the solution for those who want to check their contribution without the hassle of traffic around the Metro. It’s free and you can check your monthly premiums and loan balances from your mobile phone or laptop.

One of the best things about checking your SSS contributions online is that you can view your SSS Static Info and employment history, download it to your computer and print it out so that you can review your previous payment. Readmore

Working Tips on How to get Blogging Sponsors and Direct Advertisers

April 6, 2015 by onlineph | No Comments | Filed in Blogging, Business, Google, Internet, Social Network

A lot of aspiring bloggers want to earn from their respective blogs. There’s one method that you can do in order for you to get recognize as a brand ambassador: getting a sponsorship.

Here are some tips in order for you to earn and get notice by brands and companies:
1. Traffic from your blog that advertisers come to you

-With the popularity of your blog, you will never know that you might become a brand ambassador for a beauty product. All you need is to be active interaction in your social media channel. If you have a significant numbers of followers, advertisers will contact you for a campaign. Readmore

Is it worth it to Buy Google’s Chromecast?

April 5, 2015 by onlineph | No Comments | Filed in Featured, Google, Internet, Reviews, Technology, Videos

The development of technology nowadays makes us stunned. From stylish smartwatch to out-of-this-world selfie stick, we can’t imagine how far it will go after 5 years.

If you notice, everyone’s hooked over live-streaming services for movies and curious about Google’s device, Chromecast. In case you didn’t know, it is a small stick that jacks into the back of your television via HDMI and allows you to sling content via Wi-Fi connection from your phone, tablet or computer to your flat screen television. Also, it works on all iOs and Android-capable devices, Chromebooks, and Chrome browsers for Windows and Mac. Readmore