When did you last heard of Alcatel in the mobile arena? Personally, during the Nokia 5110 days. I haven’t heard much of the mobile company in decades but I know they were just on the sidelines offering low to mid range phones. After a hiatus of a couple of years, the French-Chinese venture is off to fresh start with Android powered lineup called Alcatel OneTouch and some of us here in Tagbilaran City, Bohol get to sit down with the company’s Product Marketing Executive, Ms. Ellisha Alino during the press meet up.
I don’t know if you’ve heard this from the HNU Dampas Campus, but the Computer Engineering Department just tested the AAS (Automated Attendance System). It’s a simple program designed and programmed by Charles Migriño on Visual Basic. It’s a quick scan of your ID and you’re logged in into the attendance list. No more crappy […]
Earlier this year, we pointed out on our previous post about Bohol News Sites on how they are lagging behind web standards. Last week though, we saw some quite improvements on Bohol Chronicle and The Bohol Sunday Post.
via The Bohol Chronicle, Tubag Bohol Did the Provincial Government of Bohol enter- wittingly or unwittingly- into a lopsided agreement with Oasis, a private corporation to create five islands measuring 450 hectares off the seas of Panglao? This seems to be the initial impression gleaned from the public hearing conducted by the 16th Sangguniang Panglalawigan […]
An Editorial of The Bohol Standard Vol. 8 No. 334 Sunday, January 23, 2011 The day before yesterday and in a span of less than 24 hours, shocking news reports have made us feel more unsafe these days. In Cavite, a 19-year-old woman was snatched and was later discovered to have been raped and beheaded, another […]