Sa paglaki ng ating mga anak na babae, natural lang sa ating mga tatay na maging protective sa mga ito. Natuwa ako at nagustuhan ko ang nakita kong isang picture ng tatay na may suot na sampung rules for dating her daughter.
Kaya napaisip din ako. Girl ang first baby ko. So swak na swak sa akin ito sa paglipas ng panahon. Mabilis lang naman ang panahon at isang araw mamamalayan na lang natin na malalaki na ang ating mga anak.
Gusto ko lang ishare ang isang ito. Ang sampung rules para mai-date mo ang aking anak na babae.
- Get a job. (syempre unang una to dapat. lakas naman ng loob mo tambay ka manliligaw ka pa)
today’s world, smartphone users have their pick of top-of-the-line handsets
that feature the most up-to-date functionality and features. The range of
available handsets is certainly an advantage for the average user, as it means they
can easily find a handset that meets both their desired specifications and
their ideal price point. But for smartphone manufacturers, the quality and
quantity of handsets means that competition for control of the global
smartphone market is more heated than ever. Let’s take a closer look at which
smartphone manufacturers are succeeding—and which are falling behind—in the
Global Market Share Domination
to the latestresearch from IDC, Android devices are dominating the global smartphone market
this year in terms of number of unit shipments. In Q2 2013 alone, a whopping
187.4 million Android devices were shipped worldwide. The success of the
Android OS this year is largely due to devices like the HTC One and Samsung
Galaxy S4, which both run on Android-powered systems and raised the stakes in
terms of smartphone specifications and functionalities this year. The HTC One
even scooped up the awards for “Phone of the Year” and “Gadget of the Year” at
the T3 Gadget Awards 2013.
devices took the top spot in last year’s race for control of the global market
share as well, though by a smaller margin than it has claimed so far this year.
In Q2 2012, Android devices represented 69.1% of the global market share, while
in Q2 2013, that percentage spiked to 79.3%. Unsurprisingly, Android’s nearest
competitor is iOS, which powers all iPhone handsets. Apple’s in-house operating
system has suffered a decline this year: while it accounted for 16.6% of the
global market share in Q2 2012, that percentage fell to 13.2% in Q2 2013.
for third and fourth place are the Windows Phone and BlackBerry OS. The Windows
Phone has picked up a bit of momentum this year, now accounting for 3.7% of the
global market in comparison to the 3.1% it claimed last year. Despite its best
efforts to release a newer, more capable operating system in the BlackBerry 10
OS, BlackBerry’s global market share has suffered a blow so far this year,
falling from 4.9% in Q2 2012 to 2.9% in Q2 2013.
latest stats are proof that competition for control of the global market share
is stiff, and depends largely on the product itself, rather than on loyalty to
any one manufacturer. Considered to be the original smartphone manufacturer as
we know it today, BlackBerry dominated the global market share well into 2009,
while Android-powered devices began gaining momentum in 2010 and have been an
unstoppable force ever since. It is worth noting that theBlackBerry Z10 price is considerably a very good price compare to many other-powered devices,
despite offering many of the same features and functionality. The best bet for smartphone users is to do a bit of research on the range
of available devices to decide which one best meets their needs and their price
Napaisip ako ng makita ko ito na nagkalat sa FB. Just a thought of it. May tama itong mensaheng ito. Ngayon sa panahon natin, naalala na ba natin kung ano ang mga nagawa ni Marcos na wala na sa atin ngayon?
Think of it.
Ferdinand E. Marcos 10th President of the Philippines
During His time as President, the Philippines is; -Richest country in Asia -First to have Airport in Asia -First to have Train in Asia -No.1 exporter of Rice and Sugar in the world -Drugs are not rampant and drinking alcohol on the side of the roads is prohibited -No Foreigners to Buy Real Estate in Philippines -The exchange of USD 1.00 = PHP 1.50 -The only president that does not make use of a cheat sheet When giving a speech here and abroad