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The '80s was weird, but at least it didn't have MP3.
These days, we can’t imagine life without Spotify and a pair of good earphones or headsets equipped with active noise cancellation technology. It seems unbelievable how we settled for MP3, which downgraded audio quality in favor of storage space.  But the worst ...
 
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Time to invest in a good laptop.
Now that work-from-home is becoming a reality for many companies, you may want to spring for a new laptop, or a secondary one to complement the one your company is providing you. With a P50,000 budget, you can get some solid machines ...
 
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He can now boast of being the Sheldon Cooper of the Philippines.
A homegrown Filipino gravitational physicist will soon join the ranks of Galileo Galilei, Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Stephen Hawking. His name is Reginald Christian Bernardo, the first Filipino to complete his dissertation on alternate theories of gravity at the University of ...
 
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We found a way to escape lockdown life.
How’s quarantine life treating you? If you’re one of the people who finds 70-plus days of not going outside and seeing other humans perfectly fine—a dream even—then maybe you are like us, a robot. But if you are among those going nuts, ...
 
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These are the games you should buy now.
Sony Computer Entertainment bared a huge price drop on some of its most popular games in PlayStation. The Extended Play Sale is only until May 28, so now is the time to purchase these titles. Here are the eight games you should ...
 
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We're really living in a Black Mirror episode, huh.
Apple has just made iOS 13.5 available to developers, and you know what that means: We're getting more information about the latest updates coming our way.In April, Apple and Google announced they were developing new technology to reduce the spread of COVID-19 ...
 
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Take this as a sign to get that new phone you've been saving up for!
Now that most of you are spending the majority of your time indoors, you may be considering investing on some new gadgets. Whether that be to improve your work-from-home productivity levels or just to keep you entertained while you're stuck in one ...
 
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The anti-submarine ship is capable of downing warplanes.
The Philippines will add the very first brand-new warship to its list of navy assets and will christen it BRP Jose Rizal. BRP Jose Rizal departed from the Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) shipyard in Ulsan, South Korea, on May 19 and will arrive ...
 
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Here are the accessories you need for the ultimate Switch gameplay experience.
The Nintendo Switch has broken records and outsold both the N64 and Gamecube—combined. If you're asking what's in it for you, well, more units sold means more manufacturers are making accessories catered to Switch users everywhere.Whether you're playing The Legend of Zelda ...
 
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Researchers are developing a sensor for detecting viruses.
A sensor is being developed by engineers so it can detect COVID-19 when the virus touches its surface. Researchers from the University of Utah originally designed a prototype that is able to detect the Zika virus, but are now reworking their design ...
 
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There’s another one that efficiently tracks COVID-19 cases in the country.
The age-old phrase “necessity is the mother of invention” never rings truer than when there’s a crisis. Technology, in particular, almost always steps up to help address the most pressing issues related to the problem at hand. In the case of the coronavirus ...
 
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Plus, how was it created?
Over the weekend, Filipinos were angered to discover a geotag on Facebook and Instagram labeled “Philippines, Province of China.” Right now, the location tag is still present on the two platforms, with 15,726 check-ins.On May 18, presidential spokesperson Harry Roque dismissed the ...
 
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There might have been alien life forms on the Moon four billion years ago.
The Moon’s landscape has remained dead for billions of years. At least that’s the traditional scientific dogma on lunar life. But a recent study could upend centuries of scientific understanding about life on the Moon.A study published in the journal Astrobiology in ...
 
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Hayabusa2 landed on an asteroid and sent back stunning photos.
The Japanese space agency’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft landed on the surface of the asteroid Ryugu on February 21, and sent back stunning photos of the asteroid’s surface. The photos are some of the clearest ever taken of an asteroid, providing astronomers a close-up ...
 
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The new protection feature is rolling out in Office 365 and Exchange Online.
Have you ever sent an email only to realize in horror that you hit Reply All instead of just Reply to the concerned person? Even worse, that triggers a Reply All-storm and before you know it, your inbox is flooded with emails ...
 
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It might be cheaper than the iPhone 11
Apple's most recent flagship phone, the iPhone 11, was released in September 2019 and this past April they just unveiled the iPhone SE 2020, a more affordable model with considerably high specs in a compact size. Now, less than a year after ...
 
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Some of these old Facebook games are dead now.
For a time, Facebook was more of a gaming platform than a social network. We spent hours on end playing with virtual pets, harvesting virtual crops, and organizing virtual crimes. When Facebook shot to global popularity in 2008, many people heard about it because friends were playing online ...
 
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The simulation shows what the completed project may look like.
If you want to escape the hellscape you find yourself right now, you can fire up the computer and play video games. Better yet, choose a simulation game and create the perfect world, one that doesn't have a killer virus that has ...
 
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But there could be others lurking nearer the planet.
Black holes are very difficult to detect, which only makes them even more dangerous. The only way scientists are able to detect them is when they affect the behavior of stars around them, like when black holes distort light coming from stars ...
 
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Get your own fancy fan so no one can steal your wind.
Summer in the Philippines feels a lot like hell right now. On May 7, the heat index reached 49°C in Cavite and a few days earlier, it reached 51°C in Butuan City. That explains why you've been sweating buckets even after taking ...
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