Huwebes, Disyembre 29, 2011

Janelle Manahan and Ramgen Revilla - Video SeX Scandal Goes Viral!

Hilarious,Shocking and WTF.....!

Janelle Manahan with Ram Ram Revilla and Jannelle Manahan Sex Scandal?

3days Ago this Video become viral on different Social Media Sites
The Big Question? Who is behind to all of this...?
Some speculations from different people that the said video sex scandal by Ramgen and Janelle are uploaded by his family. Other said that they will be use this video scandal against Janelle Manahan because of her testimony against to Ramgen Family . Other  speculations that the video scandal was from Ramgen's DigiCam.
I hope Justice is Come... 

Huwebes, Disyembre 22, 2011

New Nokia smartphone fails to turn tide


The new Nokia smart phone Lumia 800 is shown off at Nokia world, London, October 26, 2011. Reuters/Paul Hackett


Nokia’s long-awaited Windows phones may be too little, too late in the smartphone war dominated by Apple and Google, despite positive reviews by handset critics.

Its first Windows model, the Lumia 800, has won little interest from consumers, with only 2 percent of Europeans in the market for a smartphone saying they would pick it, according to a survey by Exane BNP Paribas.
Analysts said there was nothing particularly wrong with the sleek-looking handsets, other than a software glitch on some models affecting battery life, but consumers were just not biting.
Smartphones using Microsoft software have just a 2 percent market share, compared with Google Android at around 50 percent and Apple at 15-20 percent.
“There isn’t much room left for a third ecosystem. The smartphone market is consolidating fast,” said Bernstein analyst Pierre Ferragu who rates Nokia a “sell.”
Nokia’s shares have fallen over 20 percent since the October 26 launch of the new phone, with investors fearing Nokia would be unable to claw back the market share it has lost in the past several years to rivals like Apple.
Phones using Nokia’s old Symbian software, which it decided to dump in favor of Microsoft, are still in circulation and outsell Windows phones 10 to 1.
But as Nokia keeps shifting to Windows, sales of Symbian have a lot of room to disappoint over coming quarters and some analysts are warning of lower dividends and weaker-than-expected earnings ahead.
Now even Microsoft has started to hedge its bets, making its software increasingly available for rivals to Windows Phone.
Smartphones are built on mobile computing platforms, and the most modern combine web browsers, navigation systems, cameras and portable music systems. A so-called “feature” phone — a market Nokia still dominates — has far fewer of these applications.
First step?
Nokia officials defended the Lumia, and a spokesman said there was “positive momentum” while declining to give any data. One executive argued that Nokia had never counted on the first Lumia phones to lead to a quick turnaround but instead expected it to be the first step towards recovery.
In fact, there are just as many analysts recommending a “buy” on the shares as there are “sell” ratings.
Those who are keeping the faith believe the new assault on the smartphone market may be enough to give Nokia a place at the table.
Many of them say the range of concerns over the Finnish company are fully priced into the shares, while the company’s strong cash position and some prized patent assets could attract a takeover approach.
“With current, and upcoming models, Nokia can win back market share in both — in feature phones and in smartphones,” said Swedbank analyst Jari Honko, who rates the shares a “buy.” “Today’s share price does not take into account any recovery in the Nokia market position.”
Optimists also cite an improvement in Nokia’s product portfolio, which looked out of date when Stephen Elop took over as the chief executive in September 2010.
And while some argue there is no room for a third alternative to Google and Apple, some developers and operators do see room for more competitors in this market.
The 2012 Windows 8 upgrade could also attract a wider audience by making the way smartphones, tablets and PCs work more similar.
For investors, the biggest positive surprise could be an acquisition offer. After Nokia signed a deal with Microsoft, rumors of full takeover by Microsoft or at least buyout of smartphone unit have made rounds on a weekly basis.
Last week the stock jumped 4 percent when Danske Bank suggested Microsoft could buy Nokia’s smartphone unit.
But even if investors do not get a rich buyout – online gambling company Unibet is putting odds on Microsoft buying Nokia in 2012 at just 1 out of 15 – analysts say the company’s relatively-solid finances should at least offer some security.
Nokia had 1.36 euros per share of cash at the end of the last quarter. It also has a strong patent portfolio – on its own worth more than a euro per share – and owns top digital mapping firm Navteq and half of No. 2 mobile network gear maker Nokia Siemens Networks.

Martes, Disyembre 13, 2011

Wow! Lindsay Lohan, posing nude for Playboy, says she's learned from mistakes


by:  Reuters
LOS ANGELES - Actress Lindsay Lohan, in her first interview since being sent to jail last month for a probation violation, tells Playboy that she has learned to be accountable for her mistakes.

The "Mean Girls" star told the magazine in an interview accompanying her 10-page nude pictorial that during the past five years she's come to understand "that ultimately we are responsible for ourselves and our own actions."
Magazine founder Hugh Hefner has said he advanced the street date of the highly-anticipated issue -- in which a blonde Lohan channels her idol Marilyn Monroe's famed 1953 Playboy photo spread -- in part because photos were leaked online.
The Lohan issue hit Playboy's website on Saturday and the magazine lands on newsstands December 16, one day after Lohan's scheduled interview on Ellen Degeneres' daytime TV talk show. Excerpts of the Playboy interview were released on Saturday.
The former child star whose career has suffered in recent years following arrests for drunken driving, drug possession and theft, told Playboy she would have done things differently in her recent years of trouble.
"Looking back, I probably would have listened to and taken more advice from the people whom I admire and would have followed through with it more," Lohan said.
"My stubbornness at 18 and 19-years-old got in the way," she said. "During the past five years, I've learned that time flies faster than you think, and because you only live once you have to learn from your mistakes, live your dreams and be accountable."
In November, Lohan was sentenced to 30 days in jail for violating her probation on recent criminal charges, but served less than a day behind bars due to overcrowding.
In an excerpt that apparently references her decision to pose nude for the magazine, Lohan said: "Sex and sexuality are a part of nature and I go along with nature. I think Marilyn Monroe once said that."
And the actress, who first gained fame playing twin sisters in 1998 Disney film "The Parent Trap," said she doesn't understand why her life has become tabloid fodder.
"I have no idea why there is this fascination with everything I do," she said. "I suppose it is all part of this trend of people wanting to know every single detail of a celebrity's life.
"I mean, once we get to the point where magazines are doing pictorials on my wardrobe to court, that's just so unimportant," Lohan said.

Renato Corona impeachment: 7 votes to acquit, 16 to convict "ano kaya ang mangyayari?"


By: Karl John C. Reyes, InterAksyon.com
MANILA, Philippines - Chief Justice Renato needs seven votes in his favor from 22 senator-judges to be acquitted by the Impeachment Court, which will be convened this afternoon.

Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile said that with the election of Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago to the International Criminal Court, the number of senators goes down from 23 to 22, depending on when she assumes her post - before or during the trial proper.
“Seven positive votes ang kailangan ni Corona para ma-acquit siya. Kung full 24, kailangan niya 9. Kung 23, 8 (Corona needs seven votes to acquit. If full 24, he needs nine. If 23, eight),” Enrile said.
At present, there are 23 members of the Upper Chamber lead by Enrile in the majority bloc with President Pro-Tempore Jinggoy Estrada, Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III, Minority Leader Alan Peter Cayetano; and Senators Edgardo Angara. Joker Arroyo, Pia Cayetano, Defensor-Santiago, Francis Escudero, Teofisto Guingona III, Gregorio Honasan, Panfilo Lacson, Loren Legarda, Ferdinand Marcos Jr.,  Sergio Osmena III, Francis Pangilinan, Aquilino Pimentel III, Ralph Recto, Ramon Revilla Jr., Antonio Trillanes IV, and Manuel B. Villar.
“With the election of Sen. Santiago, magiging 22 na lang kami,” Enrile said.
Under Article 11, Section 6, the Accountability of Public Officers said that “No person shall be convicted (by the Impeachment Court) without the concurrence of the two-thirds of all the Members of the Senate.” 
“Only 16. Kailangan 16 ang boto (Sixteen is needed) to convict. Even if we are only 20, even if we are only 17. Kailangan pa rin ang 16,” Enrile explained.
Yung 16, pag nabawasan ang number ng senador, boto yun sa respondent. Meron ng bakante na isa, boto na yun sa respondent. Merong nababawasan, magiging 22 kami, yung dalawa, boto sa respondent yun (If the number of senators go down, it will be a vote for the respondent. We already have one vacant seat, that's a vote for the respondent. We will be further reduced to 22, so those two votes will be for the respondent)," he further explained.

Biyernes, Disyembre 9, 2011

PCs with pirated software infected after installation, Microsoft study says!


By: J. M. Tuazon, InterAksyon.com ·


MANILA, Philippines – In a bid to curb software piracy around the world, software giant Microsoft recently released a study indicating that 24 percent of PCs that run pirated software get infected immediately after installation, among other similar effects.

In a research done by Harrison Group and compiled by Microsoft, it was discovered that one in five of counterfeit Microsoft PCs tested by the company were unable to download Windows updates.
Software updates from Windows are critical since they patch recently known vulnerabilities that are being exploited by people behind the creation of malware.
Since these PCs with counterfeit Windows copies are unable to download updates, they are left vulnerable against the effects of viruses and other malware.
The study found that the effects are observable across the board. “The inability to download automatic updates was found both in software that had been downloaded for free and in software that had been purchased from a street market or hardware retailer,” it pointed out.
Performance-wise, the study noted that machines with genuine OSes boot faster 60 percent of the time, load files and documents faster 75 percent of the time, and generally demonstrate superior performance rates 67 percent of the time.
Moreover, battery life is 60 percent longer for machines with genuine copies of Windows installed on them, it added.
The results of the study come on the heels of Microsoft’s efforts to eliminate pirated copies of its software — arguably its bread and butter — from the market, in an initiative it has dubbed as “Play Fair Day.”
In a separate study, Microsoft revealed that manufacturing companies in Brazil, Russia, India and China — more commonly known as the BRIC region — that use pirated software are essentially stealing $1.5 billion from their competitors.
“Unfairness from piracy creates a staggering $3 billion of competitive disadvantage per year across manufacturers in Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe and Asia-Pacific regions,” it added.
On a closer note, the Business Software Alliance — an international advocacy group which seeks to halt the spread of illegal software worldwide — recently reported that the local software industry lost as much as P12 billion to piracy in 2010.
“Although we have seen increased efforts by the Philippine government and the Information Technology (IT) industry in protecting software copyright, we continue to face huge challenges in trying to drive piracy rates down,” said BSA Philippine Consultant Atty. Bien Marquez.
For the past four years, the piracy rate had remained unmoved at 69 percent. The group had also earlier noted that Microsoft’s products — particularly its operating system Windows — is one of the most pirated pieces of software in the Philippines.

Miyerkules, Disyembre 7, 2011

Miss Earth candidate in a mess with Pinoy netizens "Sinabihan ba naman na madume ang Pilipinas"

By: Abigail Kwok, InterAksyon.com
MANILA, Philippines – Filipino netizens are up in arms following a purported Facebook post by Ms. Earth-USA candidate Nicole Kelley where she criticized the Philippines as “so dirty and noisy.”

In a Facebook post made last November 8, Kelley posted: “I hardly made it to Manila and we already attended a ridiculous TV show. So annoying!!! These people want to touch you and be with you all the time!! I can’t understand a word they say. I can’t wait to go back home. This country is so dirty and noisy. I’m scared to eat!!! What a mess. On a lighter note, I don’t see any real competition. Will keep you updated my lov






The post was allegedly made few hours after Kelley guested at the popular game show “Wil Time Big Time.”
A couple of hours later, after the post was made, Kelley immediately deleted the post and claimed that her Facebook was hacked.
In her post on her fan page, Kelley wrote: “I know that there has been something maliciously circulated about me and I want everyone to know that I ABSOLUTELY did NOT say anything of the sort I am very sorry about this!!! Someone hacked my account and has been posting comments as me. I was at a community garden tour this morning when it was posted and I am very disappointed,” Kelley wrote.
“On a better note I am ABSOLUTELY enjoying my time here in the Philippines, the people are fantastic!! Our hotel at the Oakwood is beautiful and I can’t wait till all the other girls arrive!!! Hope to post pictures soon!” she said. The post was made on November 19. (Video message below)
However, many Filipino netizens were unforgiving. Kelley’s Facebook page was bombarded with negative comments from Filipinos. One user wrote: “You’re no Ms. Earth…because your personality is white trash. You’re no longer welcome in the Philippines.”
Another wrote: “The stupid remark you made in Facebook is the opposite of what you are representing. So, there is no need for you to have that title and please cut the BS that your account got hacked. It will be so easy for the investigators to find that out. You are really a stupid blonde if you have not figured that out.”

Nicole Kelly on video refuting the posted message on her Facebook page

On December 3, Latin-American beauty Olga Alava of Ecuador was crowned as Miss Earth 2011, while the Ms. Earth Water title was given to Miss Philippines Athena Imperial.
Miss Earth 2011 was originally scheduled to take place in Bangkok, but massive flooding in Thailand prompted the organizer to move the international beauty pageant to Manila.


Lunes, Disyembre 5, 2011

Off to Mars Field trip on Red Planet


By: Viral Videos
The US space agency is getting ready to launch later this month the biggest, most expensive robotic vehicle ever built to explore Mars for signs that life may once have existed. The rover named Curiosity is set to be launched on November 25.
Video from Agence-France Presse.



Samsung Galaxy Note now available in Southeast Asia


By: teki


Equipped with the market’s largest HD Super AMOLED display – 5.3 inches – the Galaxy Note also features a fast 1.4GHz dual-core processor. At meron din itong advanced pen-input technology na kung tawagin ng Samsung ay S pen na pwedeng gamitin para sa accurate sketching, artwork and not to mention superior handwriting recognition. Isama nyo na rin ang fast network connection speed dahilHSPA+ enabled na ito. Hataw talaga!
Pwedeng-pwede na ba ito sa Pasko?
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Samsung Galaxy Note product specifications:
Network: HSPA+ 21Mbps 850/900/1900/2100; EDGE/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900
Processor: 1.4GHz Dual Core Processor
Display: 5.3” WXGA(1280×800) HD Super AMOLED
OS: Android 2.3(Gingerbread)
Camera: Main (Rear): 8MP with LED Flash; Front: 2MP; Single shot, Smile shot, Share shot, Action shot, Beauty, Cartoon, Panorama
Video: MPEG4, H.264, H.263, WMV, DivX, Xvid, VC-1; Recording 1080p@24~30fps, Playing 1080p@30fps
Audio: Codec MP3, AAC, AMR, WMA, WAV, FLAC, OGG; Music Player with SoundAlive; 3.5mm Ear Jack, Stereo FM Radio with RDS
Value-added features: Samsung Apps; Samsung Kies 2.0/ Samsung Kies air; Samsung ChatON mobile communication service (Downloadable via Samsung Apps); Samsung TouchWiz/Samsung L!ve Panel UX; S Pen Experience (S Memo, S Planner, S Choice)
Social Hub: Integrated Messaging(Email, SNS), Contacts/ Calendar Sync; Basic: POP3/IMAP Email; Social Hub, Readers Hub, Music Hub; Google Mobile Services; Android Market, Gmail, Google Earth, YouTube, Google Maps’ Syncing with Google Calendar
A-GPS: Enterprise Solutions- ODE, EAS, CCX, MDM, VPN, WebEx
Connectivity: Bluetooth technology v 3.0 + HS
USB: v2.0 HOST
Wi-Fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct
Sensor: Accelerometer, Light, Digital compass, Proximity, Barometer
Memory: 16/32GB Internal Memory + microSD (up to 32GB)
Size: 146.85 x 82.95 x 9.65 mm
Battery: Standard battery, Li-ion 2,500 mAh

Globe banks on long-standing Apple relationship in iPhone 4S push


By: J. M. Tuazon, InterAksyon.com


MANILA, Philippines – Second-ranked Globe Telecom Inc. is capitalizing on its long-standing relationship with Apple as it announced the availability of the iPhone 4S on their network on December 16, the company said in a statement Monday.
Globe President and Chief Executive Officer Ernest Cu stressed that their six-year partnership with Apple has allowed the company to offer the “complete iPhone and iPad product suites” to its subscribers.
“Backed by several years [of] experience in handling Apple mobile devices, Globe is better-equipped to deal with the specific needs that face iPhone users, particularly in mobile data,” Cu pointed out.
Cu is reacting on recent reports that chief rival Smart Communications will also be offering Apple’s new iPhone beginning December 16, signalling the end of Globe’s exclusive distribution deal with Apple that dates back to 2007.
The telco executive said its long experience of offering the iPhone to Filipinos has given his company the chance to tailor mobile data offerings specifically to smartphone users.
“We have developed offers and services that cater to the mobile browsing habits of a wide variety of consumers,” Cu stressed.
The Ayala-owned wireless provider also emphasized its strong performance on the mobile data space, which now accounts for half of its total mobile service revenues, “on the back of new, affordable services that promote the use of mobile internet for social networking, search engine and email services.”
For its part, Smart has said that the iPhone 4S offering will only bring in more postpaid subscribers to the network, which now stands at about half a million.
PLDT Board Member and TV5 President Ray C. Espinosa earlier said: “When this happens, this will make us the undisputed leader in postpaid subscriptions.”
InterAksyon.com is the online news portal of TV5.
Smart said its recently acquired telco, Sun Cellular, will also be offering postpaid plans for the iPhone 4S. Sun currently has a postpaid subscriber base of 1.5 million.
Globe, on the other hand, has reached 1.37 million postpaid users as of end-September, “up 39 percent year-on-year.”
All eyes will be on the two fiercely competitive telcos as they simultaneously launch the iPhone 4S 11 days from now. Both have also already started taking pre-orders for Apple’s new smartphone, but none of them have revealed official pricing plans for the sought-after smartphone.

24 year old Half Filipino is one of the NASA' s youngest engineers


By: Cynthia de Castro, Asian Journal
LOS ANGELES - On November 26, Saturday, NASA launched the biggest and best-equipped robot ever sent to explore another planet from the Kennedy Space Centre. Dubbed Mars Curiosity but more formally called the Mars Science Laboratory, it is expected to reach Mars by August 2012.

If all goes according to plan, the rover will be abseiling down from a hovering “sky crane” to set off across the surface of Mars equipped with equipment to analyze Martian soil and rocks for evidence that Earth’s neighbor might once have been supported life.
Among the inspiring people at NASA, who worked on the Mars Curiosity project, is Filipino-American Gregory Galgana Villar III. He is one of the youngest verification and validation engineers for the Mars Science Laboratory mission.
Gregory Galgana Villar III, 24, is a relatively new hire at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The fact that he took part in one of the most ambitious NASA missions and was in JPL’s mission control center last Saturday inspires wonder.
Villar was with a team of outstanding scientists and engineers stationed at computer monitors of all kinds and anxiously who awaited the launch of a mission eight years in the making.Villar comes from Long Beach and has always been interested in physics and astronomy.
Over the years, he’s gone from observing stars and planets to majoring in physics while interning at JPL with some of the most renowned scientists in the world to now working in an engineering discipline on one of NASA’s flagship missions.
Asked how he got into NASA, Villar said, “I spent two years interning with three different education programs at JPL.”
Villar participated in the Laboratory’s Minority Initiatives Internship, Space Grant and Undergraduate Student Research Program as an undergrad student at Cal-Poly, Pomona.
“As with any job, it’s not really your background, it’s how smart you are and how well you adapt or how fast you can learn on the job,” said Villar. “So long as they see that you’re very motivated and smart, they’ll take you on for the job.”
Villar was a Physics major who graduated from Cal Poly Pomona in 2009 and is currently working at JPL and applying to Astronomy graduate school to pursue a Ph.D.
He has done a number of Astronomy research projects as an undergraduate. He first participated in a research project with Dr. Joe Carson of JPL and Dr. Alex Rudolph of CPP searching for Brown Dwarfs around nearby stars using the Palomar 200” telescope near San Diego, California.
He subsequently worked with Dr. Raghvendra Sahai at JPL and Dr. Mark Morris of UCLA, developing a morphological classification scheme on young planetary nebulae, one possible end state of a star.
“I’m on the Verification and Validation team until we get to Mars,” said Villar, who was also recently accepted into the astronautical engineering master’s program at the University of Southern California, but is deferring until the rover has landed.
“I’m working on extending my future with the mission team, but wherever JPL takes me, wherever my future takes me, is where I’ll go.”
When and how did Villar decide to pursue a career in astronomy?
“It was a clear night in December of 2006, and I remember standing inside the extremely large structure. I was waiting cold and anxiously in the dark. After a few minutes, I heard the gears start to turn and quickly looked up. I watched in awe as the slit of the dome opened and revealed the beautiful night sky. The moonlight gradually illuminated the inside of the dome, and my admiration progressed as I watched the massive 200-inch Hale Telescope at Palomar Observatory be positioned. This breathtaking moment confirmed my aspirations of becoming an astronomer.”
“Research in astronomy began sophomore year of my undergraduate career. Dr. Rudolph announced a research opportunity to work with Dr. Joseph Carson, a former student of his that was doing postdoctoral research at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. In 2006, I was selected to be a part of this project. Our task was to search for brown dwarfs, sub-stellar objects that did not have enough mass to sustain nuclear fusion. During the course of our research, we had the amazing opportunity to visit the Palomar Observatory and use their 200-inch Hale Telescope and take data. A majority of the work done on the project was done from Cal Poly where we reduced the images taken at Palomar. In 2009, a paper was published in the Astronomical Journal regarding our research and I was included as a co-author.”
Villar goes on to explain how he got into NASA: “With the brown dwarf research under my belt, I was able to acquire a NASA scholarship in 2007. I was awarded NASA’s Motivating Undergraduate in Science and Technology (MUST) scholarship that included a summer internship at one of their centers. This led me to my next research project in astronomy. I worked at JPL with Dr. Raghvendra Sahai, collaborating with Dr. Mark Morris of UCLA, developing a morphological classification scheme on young planetary nebulae, one possible end state of a star. About 100 young planetary nebulae were studied using high-resolution images taken with the Hubble Space Telescope and were classified according to their sizes and shapes. In addition, I calculated the ages of these objects. I presented my work at the 213th American Astronomical Society Meeting and it was very exciting being able to participate in a professional conference in my field.”
“In the fall of 2009, I was in NASA’s Undergraduate Student Research Program. Here, I worked under the supervision of Dr. Glenn Orton studying the 2009 Jupiter impact. Fortunately, I was able to remotely use NASA’s InfraRed Telescope Facility. My assignment was to develop atmospheric models that matched our observations in order to study the effect of the impact on Jupiter’s atmosphere. A paper has just been submitted to Science reporting our preliminary results.”
When not working in NASA, Villar likes to write very interesting blogs on the Internet. He has the ongoing 100 Words of Physics blog, wherein he talks about his hard-to-understand world in understandable layman’s terms.
Explaining his series, he invites. “Time Travel. Black Holes. Quantum Mechanics. Follow me as I explain cool physics that ANYONE can understand in 100 words.”
Here’s a sample of a blog entitled Shrinking Objects: “If Superman flew by you near the speed-of-light, he would look much shorter than if he flew by at the speed of an airplane. This is because length contraction (a concept in ETOSR) says when an object moves at high speeds, the object will look like it shrinks in length. Similar to time dilation, length contraction is only obvious at speeds close to the speed-of-light. If a limo could not fit into a garage when it is parked, do you think it would fit for a second if it traveled really fast (before it crashes through the wall of course)?”
What’s next for Villar? “After obtaining my PhD in astronomy, I would like to continue conducting research. I am definitely open to doing post-doctoral work anywhere, even abroad, in order to experience a new environment. One day, after contributing a great deal to the astronomical community, I would love to continue my research and also teach by obtaining a professorship at a University. Through teaching, I can continue to share my love and knowledge of Physics and Astronomy to younger generations,” said the young Fil-Am astronomer.
After Curiosity successfully blasted last Saturday on the way to Mars, Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA) senior Democrat on the House Appropriations Commerce, Justice, Science subcommittee which is in charge of NASA funding said, “I applaud the efforts of NASA and the President’s commitment to set Mars as a goal for future manned space exploration. The men and women who work at NASA inspire us that we should not limit our imaginations to what is or what was but what can be.”
Yes, Gregory Villar III has certainly inspired us to keep reaching for greater heights and dream of what can be.

Linggo, Disyembre 4, 2011

SCANDAL OF MO TWISTER On RHIAN RAMOS

MANILA, Philippines – Radio DJ Mo Twister (Mohan Gumatay in real life) will be facing charges after a video talking about sensitive issues between him and his then girlfriend Rhian Ramos allegedly leaked online.

Gumatay said he had already deleted the controversial video but it was “repaired” by someone who bought his computer.A report from “E-Live” on Saturday said that GMA Network (Ramos’ home network) will file appropriate charges against the DJ for the “malicious and false imputations against the network in his video posted this (Friday) afternoon on YouTube.”
On his official Twitter account, he explained, “I know i sold many of my things including computers that i had erased. apparently, someone ‘repaired’ the erased files/hard drive and uploaded some personal files of mine.”
Gumatay is scheduled to leave for New York this weekend but decided to postpone his trip to find out who restored the deleted file and posted it on the internet.
“i was supposed to leave for new york tomorrow but i'll stay until Monday, or later, in order to help clear or answer some of the questions, as well as investigate how someone may have retrieved my erased files,” he tweeted.
Gumatay also extended a request to the person who is allegedly in possession of his personal files.
“I appeal to whoever is in possession of my personal files to refrain from uploading anything further,” he said via Twitter.
“E-Live” tried to get a statement from Ramos’ camp but did not get a response.
Meanwhile, Push.com.ph reported that the controversial video entitled “RepairedMovie.mov” was posted on YouTube by an anonymous user last November 28.
From a total of 353 page views on Friday night, it has been reported that the video has over 127,000 views as of posting.


Little people seek their own community "unano" Inspiring Story

Alejandro Doron says he came from the provinces to find work in Manila.


A boxer at Ringside bar in Manila's Makati district takes off his gloves after a bout.

By Peter Shadbolt for CNN

Manila (CNN) -- Crowded, gritty, and poor, Metro Manila can be a tough place to live for just about anyone; but when you stand three feet 10 inches the odds are seriously stacked against you.
"I come from the provinces so there was no work," says 35-year-old Alejandro Doron, looking at his hands. "Farm work, using the heavy equipment, was just too hard for me."
Arriving in Manila as a 21-year-old, Alejandro - a dwarf or unano as they are called in the Philippines - tried his hand at several jobs, among them working as a show wrestler in a Manila bar.

"That was okay but it could be quite hard," he says. "It was just a show, and just on Thursdays, but sometimes you could still get hurt and you were always slipping over in the oil."

Now safely ensconced in Manila's "Hobbit House" - a dwarf-themed blues bar in Manila's scruffy Ermita district - he is part of a group of dwarves who plan to build their own community for about 30 of the city's "little people" - the preferred term for people with dwarfism.

Often isolated in the provinces, where they can be the only person in the town with dwarfism, in Manila they are less visible. Working and living together, however, makes the condition all but a normal state of affairs.


The founder of the Hobbit House, 71-year-old Jim Turner, says dwarves in the Philippines suffer the same amount of prejudice as little people anywhere else in the world.

"I think anywhere ... anywhere in the world they'd have the same problems," says Turner sitting in his usual corner of the bar, a cigarette burning in his ashtray. "People look and stare at them," he says, screwing up his face in imitation of someone who's just seen something weird.

Far from exploiting the dwarves, Turner maintains the bar gives hope and employment to people who sometimes hail from the worst slums in Manila.

"It gives them a real sense of community," he says, taking a draw on his cigarette.A former Peace Corp volunteer who came to Manila in the 60s, Turner later worked in Filipino television in the 1970s when dwarves and transvestites were a staple fare of the film industry.

The exploitation genre - a period during the 60s, 70s and 80s when sexism, racism and so-called "carnival freaks" were regarded as a surefire recipe for a box office smash - was recently documented in an Australian film released last year called Machete Maidens Unleashed!

The B-movie genre was designed as drive-in fodder and involved risqué scenes featuring gun-toting nuns, topless female revolutionaries or martial arts-performing dwarves. The low-budget films launched the career of Filipino actor and martial artist Ernesto de la Cruz - better known as Weng Weng - who stood just 2 feet, 9 inches tall.

Starring in roles as diverse as the baby Moses in a Filipino biblical epic to a spoof on James Bond where he appeared as agent '00', Weng Weng was wildly popular in the Philippines in a genre that became know as 'dwarf TV'.

Turner became friends with several people with dwarfism and, combined with his love of J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, the idea for the Hobbit House was born.

It has since become so popular that he opened up a second Hobbit House in the beach resort of Boracay and the venues now attract a steady stream of little people looking for work.

"At first we were just taking anyone we could get, but now we're pretty much turning people away," he said. The bar general manager Pidoy Fetalino, who started at the Hobbit House as a cashier but now operates the bar, says they are now looking for dwarves who have good English and even college degrees.

"A few of the people we've hired haven't worked out," adds Turner.

The Hobbit House is still the first stop for casting agents looking for little people to star as extras and most of the staff at the bar describe themselves as freelancers or businesspeople.

Not only does the bar provide regular employment between gigs, it also gives the staff a chance to hone their skills - the Hobbit House has spawned a slew of diminutive Elvis impersonators, jugglers and fire eaters. One bar staff member even patrolled the premises dressed as a security guard with a Great Dane three times his size.

"I just landed a role as Santa Nino," says Alejandro, chuckling as he makes the shape of the headdress and cape of the saint. "In all my life, I never thought I would be doing something like that."

While the dream of starting a live-in community for Manila's little people is still to attract any financial backers, Alejandro is hopeful the scheme will one day come together.

"So far we don't have the money to go much further," Doron says. The group has already sourced a 40-acre site outside Manila, but the cost of developing the site and building housing is daunting.

"What can I say except that dreams do come true," he says, laughing infectiously. "There's always Santa Claus.

Sabado, Disyembre 3, 2011

Humanoid robots go on show, amazing!


By Lauren Said-Moorhouse, for CNN
Eccerobot is an EU-funded project that aims to build "the first truly anthropomimetic robot." That means, rather than just copying the external appearance of a human, it is built by mimicking a human's bones, joints, muscles, and tendons.
London (CNN) -- When it comes to building cutting-edge robots, it seems their designers have a tendency to create them in their own likeness.These eerily life-like, and occasionally just eerie, robots are just some of the exhibits that went on display Thursday at the Robotville Festival at London's Science Museum.From the Italian-built iCub, which learns by playing with people, to CHARLY, which is being used to help autistic children, these robots mimic humans in order to help them learn about people and communicate with them.
Developed at the Italian Institute of Technology, iCub learns about itself and the world around it by playing with people.
The exhibition doesn't just feature humanoid robots -- there are also robots that swim and ones that swarm, some that explore and others designed for domestic use.
It is being run in partnership with EUNIC and the European Commission Robotics program and ends on December 4.

Huwebes, Disyembre 1, 2011

Y! Rocks 2011 Support OPM

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Yahoo! Philippines OMG! is pushing Filipino music through a large concert that will be happen on December 8. Who’s going to perform? It’s all up to you because we are giving fans the power to vote for the bands they want to see. 

There are more than 40 music acts to choose from. We determined the roster included in the list through the strength of their search numbers on Yahoo! Philippines. We have divided the performers into four genres: rock, pop, solo and indie. Fans get to choose four acts.To vote, you have to log into Yahoo! This will let you vote as many as you can on each genre. The top 15 bands get to play the Y! Rocks concert on December 8 at the SM Mall of Asia, SM Cebu, and SM Davao.


Visit: http://ph.omg.yahoo.com/yrocks/ for more details

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