By Alex Y. Vergara
The world’s former leader in cell phone devices isn’t ashamed to admit that it’s playing catch-up. In a recent media conference at SM Megamall to introduce enhancements to its premium smartphone, Nokia even included a hashtag in its collaterals that said it all: #switchtolumia.
CyberMaxBy Tatin Yang
Overwhelmed by information overload about the upcoming elections? These apps will help streamline the influx of news and reports from various sources to help you get ready for electionday on May 13.
Without Batting An EyelashBy Maurice Arcache
The range of fast and affordable smartphones has gotten more interesting with the arrival of Nokia’s latest handset model, the Asha 310.
By Jean Lee
The heart of this city, once famous for its Dickensian darkness, now pulsates with neon.
Tessa!By Tessa Prieto-Valdes
I recently got the opportunity to grace the big screen, in a movie called “Coming Soon.” I do a cameo in a fashion show scene, one of several ladies in the audience watching lead star Andi Eigenmann walk down the ramp.
By Matikas Santos
Fermina Flores, 60, has been working as a midwife in the municipality of Gerona, Tarlac for the past 34 years, covering four barangays (villages) with a combined population of around 8,000.
DESTINATIONSBy Maida Pineda
When my friend, Lory Paredes Tangonan, invited me to her beach house in El Nido, all I could think of were blue skies and the cool azure waters of Palawan.
In keeping with changing technological trends and consumer demands, Cherry Mobile has introduced two new stylish smartphones that run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean – OMEGA HD and FLAME 2.0.
CyberMaxBy Tatin Yang
These cute (and sappy) apps will help celebrate your awesome twosome in time for Valentine’s Day.
She made waves when she flashed that French-Filipina allure as one of the castaways in a reality game show in 2010. Everyone seemed to be rooting for the castaway with the unusual name and an equally rare appeal: Solenn Heussaff.
By Pam Pastor
Like many other parents, Janell Burley Hofmann of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, gave her son an iPhone last Christmas. But her gift to 13-year-old Gregory came with strings attached—a long list of rules that he must follow.