Sunday, September 29, 2013

iPhone 6 Rumored Release Date, Specs and Price

Apple must be very happy right now that iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C are a  huge success. These two new released phones achieved the most sales of Apple products since the debut weekend, selling 9 million.

So what's next? Another success?

iPhone 6 will be the next big thing. According to rumors, it will be released sometime in June 2014 and that this will have a liquid metal casing.

Once released iPhone 6 will be the world's first liquid metal handset. Apple rumored to be in partnership with Liquidmetal Technologies.

Similar specs with the iPhone 5S like the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, but expected to have more improvements. According to techradar, this iPhone 6 will also operate on a new iOS 8.

Here are the rumored specs of the iPhone 6:

  • Retina+ Sharp IGZO display
  • 1080p Full HD resolution
  • Liquid metal case
  • 4.8-inch display
  • 13-megapixel sensor
  • 4-inch Retina display
  • Quad-core A8 processor
  • Automatic volume control
  • 128GB memory (32GB, 64GB options)
  • Retina+ IGZO display
  • Touch ID fingerprint sensor

Rumors also said that iPhone 6 will have the 3D. Well, it's just rumors. But 50% of them are likely to be true. Just like we speculated with iPhone 5S and 5C.

Rumored price for the iPhone 6:

32GB: $848.30 or 36,688 Pesos
64GB: $962.14 or 41,612 Pesos
128GB: $1120.92 or 48,479 Pesos

All SRP excluding contract.

{Source 1, 2}

Saturday, September 28, 2013

What Should I Read Next?

This website is perfect for book lovers, for those heavy readers who want to experience the convenience of having a particular book delivered right at the comfort of their homes. Some books are also available through Kindle Edition eBooks. So you don't have to wait for delivery since it'll be downloaded immediately once you buy. Only hardbound copies are delivered, of course.

Although it seems like an affiliate site, it doesn't advertise or review any book. It just requires you to enter some keywords.

Or you just have to enter the title of the book you want to read, that might be a new discovery title from the Internet or a classic book you have read and want to read it again. You can either enter the title of the book, genre, author, or the ISBN (International Standard Book Number) from the search box of this site.

Although there are some books that are not yet available on their data base, most of the latest bestsellers are on their list. So hop it on the site and check it yourself. Just click the image below.

Music Bot for Musicians and Non-Musicians

Just when you think you can't play a musical instrument, everything just come easy with drumbots. Although this beautiful site is built for musicians, it also allows non-musicians play the drums and the guitars with just a few clicks and hovers of the mouse.

Also, it adds features like the guitar tuner...

Drum bots...


A Drum Pattern Sequencer...

and the Tap BPM ( Beats Per Minute).

Click here to prompt you to the homepage of this awesome site. You can click any of the screenshot above to redirect you to each page it represents. You can even download each feature for Macs and Windows. Enjoy.

Friday, September 27, 2013

Scale of the Universe by Cary and Michael Huang

In the 1950’s many scientists find it fascinating when many people got interested about the facts regarding the scale of the universe. The idea started to go out from the box when a Dutch reformer of education wrote an interesting essay, “Cosmic View: The Universe in Forty Jumps”.

This essay presented 40 orders of magnitude between the nucleus of sodium atom and the universe that is observable by some sort of mathematical measurement. Because of that essay, many are persuaded to create a film out of this topic which was started by a Canadian producer who created the “Cosmic Zoom” which was followed by Charles and Ray Eames’ “Power of Ten”.

If we look closer on today’s discovery, less and less people are getting interested in the scale of the universe.

But earlier in 2012, a very astonishing presentation of the scale of the universe flabbergasted so many experts and scientists due to its mind-blowing technicalities.

14-year-old twins namely Cary Huang and Michael Huang created a Scale of the Universe in just a span of 1 year and a half not for the sake of making a school project but only for fun. It was the interest of these twins from their seventh grade teacher when they get attached on creating a scale that is related to the presentation of the body cells in their science class.

If you visit this site:, or use the flash above, scroll right and click start, you will experience a marvelous interactive flash animation called “Scale of the Universe 2”. This work of science and art presents everything that can be found in the universe ranging from the smallest object up to the largest estimated size of the universe.

This animation is totally awesome since all you have to do is to scroll your mouse and you will feel like travelling from one subject to another, passing one galaxy to another until you reach the bonding and individualism of atoms, molecules and the likes. Anyone can visit and see the animation. Whether you are a science geek or just an ordinary person, you will certainly love what those twins did to the scale.

Because of this, many people start to interest the amazing idea about the scale of the universe.

Even long before we lived, philosophers and scholars are already arguing about this subject and many theories are being made connecting the elements of the universe to our day to day basis.

If you look closely to the animation found on that website, you can prove how amazing our modern technology is by providing us a clearer and easy to understand view about complexities in our universe that most of us can never explain.

Aside from the “Scale of the Universe 2”, the website also presents other pages such as the video of the animation, simulation of other science related facts and other fun things that is fancy to the eyes but interesting to the brain. You can choose some of those great things at the website’s homepage at

The acclaim of this masterpiece somehow made us realize that great and interesting things may come from small hands.


Google Play Books Now Available in the Philippines

Google Play Books is now available in the Philippines, following Google's launch in India last February.

The eBooks are available in Google Play (Google's digital service previously known as Android Market) for download. But you need to purchase, of course, to be able to download a particular eBook.

Google Play Books is also available in more countries in Asia-Pacific: Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, and New Zealand.

Other than the international books, local eBooks are also available for respective countries.

So for instance, if Conrado De Quiros's or Lourd De Veyra's hard copies will be available in Google Play Books, then among their books will be purchased in the Philippines from the service.

Calling all Filipino Android users out there, be it smartphone or tablet, feed your mind and gain knowledge and wisdom from thousands of eBooks available in Google Play Books.