Wednesday, December 16, 2009


A couple weeks ago we made public a new enhancement for our Syner-G SMS Service(piso text). The feature is called kaClose. It makes using the phone-to-phone Syner-G service even easier and more convenient for our Guam users.

In a nutshell, it allows you to give your favorite four contacts a separate number that you can send text to without needing to put the nickname in the beginning. In addition, you can now save the numbers directly in your phone for quicker access and directly reply to their text.

To use kaClose, just log into into your Syner-G account at and go to the "Manage My Account" screen. At the bottom is the kaClose section. For each of your most used contacts(up to 4) put their nickname in the kaClose Nickname fields. You don't have to fill up the fields. Once that is done just click on the "Set My kaClose" button and you are finished.

We would like to thank you for your continued patronage and are looking forward to creating/improving our services to better serve you.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Syner-G Phone to Phone

As requested, we just implemented a change to make the Phone-to-Phone text messages that users send to the Philippines visible in the user's Syner-G Message History.

We invite our users to email us if you have any suggestions or feature requests.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Guam Wireless Ecosystem

I find it kind of funny that fairly recently literally all of Guam's wireless carriers have come out with text messaging services similar to our pisotext service. Similar, but not the same.

I am glad to see that our tiny operation is making waves in the greater telco industry. It took them a while but I think they are finally figuring out what we knew since 2001. IT&E has been particularly aggressive in promoting their service. Too bad the implementations are way off and not what the consumers want/need.

That is why Syner-G remains king of the hill and servant of the Filipino people worldwide.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Twas A Busy Week

Manny got interviewed yesterday for a short article in the newspaper, Guam Pacific Daily, News Business Section, about our business and our recently awarded patent(U.S. Patent No. 7,369,865). A photographer also came by today to take a couple pics of us. Check out the Monday edition of the GuamPDN. :-)

Mpulse, the wireless carrier operated by GTA Teleguam just soft launched their InfoTXT. It is an SMS based PhoneBook Directory and Movie Listing service for Guam that we built and run for them.

We also are working on some added features to make our already simple Syner-G SMS Service even simpler. For those use the Syner-G Phone to Phone service, be on the lookout, it will help greatly simplify everything.

Be sure to always visit Gabriel Technologies, inc. and this blog for regularly for updates and new features.

Friday, April 3, 2009

E-Load your Friends and Family in the Philippines from your Syner-G Account

Hi folks, sorry, it has been a while since I posted anything on this blog. I promise to increase the frequency. :-)

Things have moved along and we have been working to improve the Syner-G system and provide more services. Recently we introduced the option to E-load your contacts without even needing to log into your Syner-G account. All you have to do is send a text message to 1-671-988-7964 with the name of the contact and the amount to load(100p or 300p). We can E-load all the major wireless carriers in the Philippines.

So remember to give the gift of E-Load to keep the text conversation going.

Visit Gabriel Technologies, Inc. for more information.

Sunday, June 29, 2008


Parts of the Twitter service has has numerous downtimes this month and is developing a reputation of been down a heap. Now I hear there are multiple high profile Twitter users making the switch to FriendFeed.

Could Twitter be the next Friendster? The Twitter user base is a relatively small, highly niche market, and the are basically operating without a valid business plan so the possibility is there. So, every day that passes with problems, this possibility increases.

I strangely find it so interesting that I have to check the everyday to see if anything interesting happened on that day, sort of like a reality show. I will just have to watch the unfolding drama. Until the next episode...

Sunday, June 8, 2008


Our SMS service was down from 3am to around noon today due to connectivity issues at the Philippine end. We are back online but the system may take a little while to normalize. Thousands of messages queued as a result of the loss of connectivity but will be delivered shortly.

We apologize for the inconvenience.