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Users unfamiliar with the dialect in Central Visayas and some parts of Mindanao can now count on Google Translate to communicate better with the locals. Users versed in Cebuano but not in other languages can use the tool as well to comprehend information online or offline.
Since its launch on the first week of May, Google’s Philippine elections resource page (Google.com.ph/elections) has been getting hits from over 50 countries around over the world. As of this writing, the resource page has been visited by Internet users from as far as Uzbekistan, Rwanda, Finland, and the Netherlands.
A crisis map through Google Maps and Person Finder are now available to help Pinoys in disaster-prone areas during typhoon Pablo (international name: Bopha). Globe subscribers can also access the information using their mobile browsers through Free Zone powered by Google. The map, also available in Filipino, http://google.org/crisismap/2012-pablo-fil, shows the typhoon strength or signal in [...]
Apple is not a company to rest on its laurels. Not content to dominate, it even wants to create its own market. The overwhelming success of the iPad has helped Apple redefine the tablet computer market. Now, after months of hype and rumor, Apple presents the iPad Mini. So, what does the smaller version have [...]
Google announced the Nexus 7 at their I/O keynote on June 27, 2012. The Nexus 7 is an affordable device that is able to offer users access to Google’s latest operating system, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, right out of the box. The Nexus 7 uses a 7-inch, 1280×800 HD display manufactured by Hydis, an Nvidia [...]
Congratulations to the regional finalists of the second Google Science Fair! These top 90 entries from around the world represent some incredibly innovative and groundbreaking science and include an entry from a Filipino student, Mark Borris Aldonza in the age 17-18 category. This year’s competition was even more international and diverse than last year. We [...]
The personal cloud is poised to eclipse the PC as the hub of consumers’ digital lives by 2014 as rapid growth in the use of apps and services introduces a new paradigm for how people store, synchronize, share and stream content, according to Gartner, Inc. “The personal cloud isn’t a single offering, but a reflection [...]
In 2008, Google launched Chrome to help make the web better. Millions of people around the world use Chrome as their primary browser. To keep improving that experience, in February, Google launched Chrome for Android Beta, which brings many of the things you’ve come to love about Chrome to your Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich [...]
Use the Google Search engine as a calculator by typing a math problem in the search bar. For example, typing: 200 + 300 would display result as 500. Google also have their answer for advanced math problems with math graphing functionality on Google search results. From basic charts for sin(x) to more complex graphs for [...]