• Technology

    Which Samsung Galaxy Phone Is Best for Your Needs?

    On the lookout for a Samsung Galaxy Phone, but you’re not sure which one to choose or even where to start the picking process? We can relate, as not only do you have a bevy of choice options to pick from, they also come with so many perks and features that it can be tough to even narrow down your selection. To help you get started, though, we’ve dissected the latest and most popular from Samsung’s Galaxy line for you and laid out the reasons why you should consider them in our list below. Give it a gander to see what you should pick when you go out to buy…

  • Parenting,  Technology

    Tips For Practicing A Family Screen-Free Week

    Screen time or too much of it staring into screens are inevitable at this day and age. People are indoors most of the time. You have easy access to movies, you play video games, use tablets, computers and even your television sets are online. You may also be spending most of your working hours staring into a computer screen and the kids are using them at school. It seems like you are so connected with your gadgets and you can’t even bear to sell Samsung Galaxy S6 even if you have new ones already. When we introduce our kids to the television or the iPad, we parents are happy to…

  • Real Estate,  Technology

    How the Solar Panels Work?

    The sun is one of the most viable sources of renewable energy in the Philippines. Filipinos are blessed to have plenty of sunshine all year long, so it’s only logical that many “green” minded individuals and corporations are leaning towards solar power utilization through solar panels. But how do solar panels really work? Solar panels are devices that convert sunlight into electrical energy for your daily consumption. This converted energy can light up homes and buildings, be used for heating or cooling rooms and even power up electrical appliances. A solar panel is made up of silicon cells organized and patterned in a manner for them to absorb and convert…

  • Technology

    MRT-3 Commuters Can Now Access the Internet via EDSA Free Wi-Fi Project

    When I was in Vietnam several years ago, I experienced FREE internet access in most public areas. They boast around 10 Mbps to 14 Mbps connection speeds. I really envied them wishing that someday the Philippines will experience the same. Then our current president who was elected in 2016 promised to improve internet access for Filipinos. And true to his word, a better and faster internet access has now become a reality for us. Aside from that, FREE internet access in public areas can now be experienced in most urbanized cities nationwide. It all started with airports in key cities, and then just this June 2017, approximately 230,000 commuters are now…