Sunday, April 26, 2015

Disable DT Ignite app from your Globe smartphone to avoid bloatware

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If you recently acquired a new Android smartphone as part of your Globe Telecom postpaid plan, the next thing you should do right after setting up the device for the first time is to go to its application manager, find the pre-installed DT Ignite app (aka, Digital Turbine Ignite) and disable it. If not, prepare to be see your mobile data usage skyrocket due to bloatware being downloaded in the background without your permission.

DTIgnite in Application ManagerDTIgnite app info

Saturday, April 11, 2015

MyPhone Uno – A Real, Unbiased Review

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The first time I heard about Android One, I got excited. Imagine a pure Android experience that’s even more affordable than the Google’s Nexus flagship smartphones. As of this writing, two smartphones are available in the Philippines that belong to the Android One initiative: the Cherry Mobile One and the MyPhone Uno.

MyPhone Uno

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Hearthstone Naxxramas Hunter Class Challenge Strategy Guide

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The Naxxramas Hunter class challenge dares players to beat Loatheb. In exchange, players earn two Webspinner cards for the Hunter class.

Hearthstone Naxxramas Hunter Class Challenge Strategy Guide

Friday, February 27, 2015

Hearthstone Naxxramas Rogue Class Challenge Strategy Guide

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The second class challenge has players play as a Rogue against Maexxna. You only need to complete this challenge once to earn the two Anub’ar Ambusher cards for the Rogue class.

Hearthstone Naxxramas Rogue Class Challenge Strategy Guide

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Hearthstone Naxxramas Druid Class Challenge Strategy Guide

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The Naxxramas Druid class challenge is set against the Grand Window Faerlina. Beat her and you’ll be rewarded with the two Druid-type cards called Poison Seeds.

Hearthstone Naxxramas Druid Class Challenge Strategy Guide

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Run Android on your Windows PC – why you should and how you can do it

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If you’re curious about Android (after having enough of iOS or Windows Phone), there’s no need to buy a smartphone just for a trial run. You can experiment or explore Google’s operating system and its apps directly on your Windows (or Mac) computer. Here’s how.

BlueStacks

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Dota 2 Launch Options for increased performance, optimized gameplay

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Running Dota 2 using the default settings is fine, but the game offers several launch options to customize how the game client behaves as it launches. Many of these options can provide a dramatic increase in performance or make the game appear as you see fit. Here are some that I personally recommend.

How to Use Dota 2 Launch Options

Saturday, January 24, 2015

7 reasons why I post “Only Me” status on Facebook

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I’m an active Facebook user. My personal Timeline is riddled with daily statuses, photos and videos. However, several of my friends will liken it to a ghost town, with posts set apart between days (or even weeks). The contents are really there. It’s just that most of them are set to “Only Me.”

The moment I shared this trivial piece of information about me to a couple of my friends, they laughed at me. It’s as if no normal person in the world would upload stuff just to keep it private and for their eyes only. Perhaps these seven reasons will shed light on any readers who are currently scratching their heads or also laughing.

Facebook Only Me status