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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Facebook Alternatives?

By Rommel Feria If you have been following me on Twitter, Medium, and, of course, here, you know that I have deleted my Facebook account last year. My Facebook account was inactive before that, i.e., no posts, and very few Likes. I also cleaned it up (deleted everything that can […]

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7 Superb Reasons to Get a Huawei Nova 2 Lite

  Photo by @discoverMNL Just from a casual spec peek at the Nova 2 lite, you’ll know it’s no lightweight contender. Seeing the phone up close, however, pulls you in with its excellent blend of fun and functionality rarely seen in devices today. Check out 7 surefire reasons that should […]

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Plantronics Blackwire C5220 is well-crafted for picky users

By Kathrina Ysabel Pineda Plantronics is well-known for producing some of the finest headgear technologies. Most Plantronics we’ve reviewed have exceeded our expectations. We’ve been using the Plantronics C5220 for some time now in the MB TechLab and its rising really fast as one of our favorite headphones. The Plantronics […]

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F&D F210X: Flexible audio entertainment on a budget

By Brian Joseph Patrick N. Yalung Bluetooth speakers vary mostly in design and the quality of audio rendering. F&D is a brand that most may have heard off, a company that dares to cater to all markets – especially the budget-conscious. The number of speakers that comprise an audio system […]

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Starlight, star bright, super Nova 2 Lite

By Inna Lagazon Look into the light as Huawei introduces one of their newest super stars of 2018 – the Nova 2 Lite. Huawei’s newest device features 5.99-inch display at 18:9 ratio. The display is certainly one of the best among the mid-range phones: Though the 720p resolution combined with […]

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Taxpayer Guide to Tax-related Identity Theft as Deadline Approaches

By: Allan Jay Dumanhug Image from http://www.mountainhome.af.mil/ The Bureau of Internal Revenue’s tax deadline is on April 13, 2018, and Black Hat Hackers targeted taxpayers by using social engineering scams to attempt to steal Personal Identifiable Information (PII). Taxpayers may reduce their risks by reviewing the following recommendation: Avoid tax scams […]

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1st Asian Cyber Security Startup Hub Launched

By: Wilson Chua On Feb 23, 2018, Dr. Yaacob Ibrahim, noted that “Singapore is digitalising in many areas to improve lives, but this also means that we are becoming ever more interconnected and vulnerable to cyber-attacks on a wide range of targets. Cybersecurity has never been more crucial to ensuring […]

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Pinoy LulzSec stages April Lulz hacking event

by Jonathan Castillo From April 1 to 3, multiple Philippine-based websites have been defaced. The attacks came from Pinoy LulzSec, a black hat hacker group, and their intention is to celebrate what they call the “April Lulz event.” A member of Pinoy LulzSec who calls himself “Lolo” and claims to […]

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