A graphomaniac’s wet dream

At last, Power Books has opened a branch in Cebu. The single storey outlet in the North Wing of SM City Cebu is heaven on a mall for book lovers. I went to the shop when it opened, fought urges that were bordering on primal, and just checked on books that were on display. ThereContinue reading “A graphomaniac’s wet dream”

DocSyncer updates service: You can now choose which folders to synchronize

DocSyncer, a service that synchronizes Microsoft Office documents in your computer with your Google Docs account, has just updated its application to allow you to choose which folders should be synchronized. When I first tested it (read the previous post), it immediately synchronized all compatible files in the desktop and the My Documents folder. ItContinue reading “DocSyncer updates service: You can now choose which folders to synchronize”

Synchronize Microsoft Office documents with Google Docs using DocSyncer

I finally got an invitation to try out DocSyncer, a service that allows you to automatically synchronize Microsoft Office files in your PC—documents, presentations, and spreadsheets—with your Google Docs account. DOCSYNCER. The service synchronizes your Microsoft Office documents with your Google Docs account. It’s still being tested and far from being a dependable day-to-day application.Continue reading “Synchronize Microsoft Office documents with Google Docs using DocSyncer”

New Google Maps for Mobile tracks your position using cell phone towers

Google released last week a new version of its Google Maps for Mobile application. The release, as with many of Google’s products, is designated “beta,” a label used for software that is still being actively tested and not yet released to the public. I’ve read about mobile maps applications before, including the earlier Google versions,Continue reading “New Google Maps for Mobile tracks your position using cell phone towers”

Sony Ericsson unveils the K660: ‘engineered for mobile Internet’

Sony Ericsson has unveiled a phone that I’m sure will give second thoughts to those already set on upgrading units this Christmas. The company announced earlier this month the coming availability of the Sony Ericsson K660, a phone that the company said was engineered for the mobile Internet. The phone will only be available earlyContinue reading “Sony Ericsson unveils the K660: ‘engineered for mobile Internet’”