On Android Authority’s “Pokemon Go fever is dying off“:
Well, it was fun while it lasted, but the latest data seems to indicate that the latest poke-craze is already on its way out. A variety of app and market intelligence firms are reporting that Pokemon Go usership is starting to fade away.
That’s what happens when people already had enough Rattatas, Spearows, and Pidgeys.
I was at the mall yesterday and I was looking through the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on display. Personally, I found it so gorgeous that I kept thinking to myself how come I’m still sticking with the iPhone when the Samsung Galaxy series of phones (and even Android for that matter) have gone a long way since I last owned a Samsung Galaxy S2.
But then, later in the evening, I found this video: Continue reading
At first, I thought, that continuing blogging at a domain name like deuts.blog could be an interesting idea.
But then, Automattic revealed they’re charging $30 for each .blog domain. That’s thrice the price of a regular .com, .net, or .org domain name.
So, no thanks!
noun: troll; plural noun: trolls
Digital Technology. Informal.
- A person who posts inflammatory or inappropriate messages or comments online for the purpose of upsetting other users and provoking a response.
- One who posts a deliberately provocative message to a newsgroup or message board with the intention of causing maximum disruption and argument.
This is probably a rant post, which I veer away from posting on this site. But I really need to get this out of my system right now.
Trolls are so abound the internet, may they be in pages and/or topics such as politics, motoring, games, gadgets, and now even chess.
There are rumored cases of paid trolls, and there are also cases of just plain stupid people with nothing else to do worthwhile.
Imagine this: a generation of leaders exterminated by the Martial Law regime. This is just one of the things you’ll learn if you try and just watch this video.
Chris Chavez on Phandroid writes:
Let’s face it. Pokemon Go runs like absolute crap, no matter which quadruple penta-core device it’s been installed on. While it could have something to do with battery savings, we think it’s simply just lazy coding. If you’ve been playing on a recent Snapdragon 820 powered Android device, trust me when I say you don’t even want to see this thing running on 2015 hardware. It’s just plain sad.
My iPhone 6s Plus is a 2015 hardware, it’s nowhere near today’s standards of octa-core CPUs, but Pokemon Go is running fine on this device! O wait, no, this is not another iPhone vs. Android post?!
So just head over to Phandroid to check out their Pokemon Go 18 Biggest Changes Wishlist.
Helicam Philippines, an Iloilo-based aerial photography and video production company, put up a video that showcases the attractions in Iloilo and Guimaras.
Check out the colorful and eco-friendly environment, and the timeless culture and heritage that is Iloilo in the video that follow:
Check out Helicam Philippines’ Vimeo and Facebook pages to watch more aerial footages of Iloilo.
New York Times, in 2008:
In a bold move to counter Google’s online pre-eminence, Microsoft said Friday that it had made an unsolicited offer to buy Yahoo for about $44.6 billion in a mix of cash and stock.
If consummated, the deal would redraw the competitive landscape in Internet consumer services, where both Microsoft and Yahoo have both struggled to compete with Google.
Then in 2016, Verizon acquires Yahoo! for $4.83 billion.
O how time flies, and how it drains billions along with it.
I thought I’ve seen this coming. Techcrunch reports:
After a months-long bidding process and many layoffs, Yahoo has finally found a buyer. Verizon (which owns AOL, which owns TechCrunch) is officially acquiring Yahoo’s core business for $4.83 billion in cash, which includes Yahoo’s advertising, content, search and mobile activities.
I just hope the new owner, Verizon, will be able to turn Yahoo! around. At the very least, I hope they can salvage what was left of it, especially those that were once great like Tumblr and Flickr, among others.
Evernote revealed a couple of weeks ago that they’re changing their pricing plans:
Beginning today, the prices for our Plus and Premium tiers will change for new subscriptions, and access from Evernote Basic accounts will be limited to two devices.
So, for Basic accounts like mine, I’m now limited to accessing my Evernote notes in up to 2 devices. Although Evernote‘s regional pricing plans for the Philippines offer a much lower price at PHP550 per year (roughly less than $12/yr.) for the Evernote Plus account, I’m not too keen on paying for something that I can actually get for free in other services. Continue reading