TrendLabs PH Blogger Tour Part 2 Post

I mentioned several weeks ago that I joined the TrendLabs PH Blogger Tour and I welcomed some Pinoy Tech Bloggers to our Labs. I got hold of some of the blogger’s articles and links about the TrendLabs Tour and as a sign of my appreciation I am giving out some link-love here at menardconnect.com Inside an… Continue reading TrendLabs PH Blogger Tour Part 2 Post

TrendLabs PH Bloggers Tour

Last week I participated in our company event for PH Tech Bloggers. I presented to Pinoy Tech Bloggers our company (Trend Micro) and what do we TrendLabs dudes and dudettes do for a living 🙂 Image Credit: TrendLabs/Trend Micro My presentation is entitled “TrendLabs Tour, 1,000,000,000 threats daily, 1,000 Threat Response Specialists fighting the good… Continue reading TrendLabs PH Bloggers Tour

Trend Micro Pilipinas: 50% Discount – Titanium Maximum Security

Trend Micro Pilipinas in Facebook is offering a 50% discount for Titanium Maximum Security product. This is their way of saying “Thank you” for the support FB users are giving to Trend Micro Pilipinas. Titanium Maximum Security costs PHP 1495, but it can be availed for PHP 747.50 by using the promotional code. Titanium Maximum… Continue reading Trend Micro Pilipinas: 50% Discount – Titanium Maximum Security

Blizzard’s Battle.Net Password: NOT Case-sensitive

I was checking my twitter feed last week and I read from Mikko Hypponen (F-Secure) feed some interesting story about Blizzard and Diablo 3 password security. The link points to Battle.net forum discussion about Diablo 3 password being not case sensitive. It was a good read and I was intrigued by the reply of the… Continue reading Blizzard’s Battle.Net Password: NOT Case-sensitive

Googtorola: A Done Deal

I blogged about the Googtorola deal last August 2011, and I followed it up with a post when the US DOJ and the EU Council gave their nod last February. Today Google CEO Larry Page confirmed that the Googtorola deal is closed. Page also announced via Google’s Official Blog that Sanjay Jha has stepped down… Continue reading Googtorola: A Done Deal

Foursquare Mayor Cheats: Happy Foursquare Day 2012

Happy Foursquare Day 2012!!! Image Credit: foursquare.com 4sqDay 2012 In 2010, foursquare fans declared April 16 4sqDay (4/4^2 – nerds after our own heart!). Two years and two billion check-ins later, you’re still why we get out of bed each day. Thanks to all 20 million of you for making us part of your lives.… Continue reading Foursquare Mayor Cheats: Happy Foursquare Day 2012

Power User Group Shoutout: Free AV, Free Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security 2012

I am avid supporter of our Power User Group. I believe I posted at menardconnect.com some of their activities on 2010 and 2011. For 2012, they have revamped the rewards system, but I believe they will still be giving away some Free AV, Free Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security product and other cool prizes too.… Continue reading Power User Group Shoutout: Free AV, Free Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security 2012

Google Play Store: Android Market is Upgrading to Google Play?

Yup! Google is consolidating apps, music, movies and ebooks into one portal: Google Play Store. This also will mean that Android Market, Google Music and the Google eBookstore will be merged into one Google Play Store online. A good and logical move imho. I am just surprised that the update seems to be not that… Continue reading Google Play Store: Android Market is Upgrading to Google Play?

Palawan. More Fun in the Philippines!!!

Raven and I went to Palawan last month to celebrate our anniversary. We went to Puerto Princesa Underground River, we toured the islands in Honda Bay, and we also roamed around Puerto Princesa to really experience that It’s More Fun In The Philippines. In the tradition of my six cafe world cheats, six free android… Continue reading Palawan. More Fun in the Philippines!!!

HijackThis Is Now Open Source

If you love to do computer diagnostics for possible malware and spyware infection, you will definitely know the HijackThis tool. HijackThis (or HJT as we fondly call it) is a free tool that scans the computer to find software settings changed by malicious files (read malware, spyware and other potentially unwanted programs). HijackThis also have… Continue reading HijackThis Is Now Open Source