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High definition viewing pleasures and power-efficiency now become a true screen option for many Filipino television consumers as TCL, The Creative Life, brings a host of novel advances in display technology in its latest 32B2600 LED model. More with less power Carrying a slim, thin border design, the 32B600 model…

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Why it’s time to start insuring your mobile phone There are a myriad of reasons why consumers today would opt to get an insurance policy. Breadwinners may want to protect themselves and their families in case they get injured or sick. Others may want to cover their worldly possessions like…

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Sony Philippines introduces its wide array of NFC enabled devices in an interactive product display. Near field communication (NFC) is a set of standards for smartphones and similar devices to establish radio communication with each other by touching them together or bringing them into close proximity, usually no more than…

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Concertgoers at the Mall of Asia  (MOA)  Arena now have another star attraction to check out: the SuperStar Sports Grill and Bar located at the ground floor. Businessmen, local sports legends and loyal fans are often seen here mingling with co-owner Vincent “Chot” Reyes, who piloted the national team to…

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In line with its Mandela Day celebrations, the Embassy of South Africa in Manila and the United Nations (UN) held a photo exhibit about the life of Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid and former president of South Africa at SM Aura Premier. No less than H.E. Agnes Nyamande-Pitso, the South African…

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‘Local but global’ T-shirt label launched in PH Because a cotton tee is such a regular though essential piece of clothing, many think that to make a good one is simple and easy. But Rissa Artadi, one of women behind the newest and local T-shirt label Thread 365, begs to…

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The Fashion and Design Council of the Philippines (FDCP) has officially chosen the 15 finalists for its annual Philippine Fashion Design Competition (PFDC). Themed “Today’s Terno,” the competition called on young and aspiring Filipino designers throughout the country to interpret the national costume in the modern times, while still staying…

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I CanServe bids Filipinos to join ‘Pink Positive’ Every October, the world over is reminded about its battle against breast cancer. Buildings, shops and houses are trimmed with pink ribbons, flags and banners. People march the streets also donning ribbons or pink shirts. Since it was first used in the…

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The Peninsula Manila joins its sister hotels in Asia and North America in showing its support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month throughout October with “Peninsula in Pink”—the group-wide campaign to raise both awareness and funds, with signature pink-themed promotions including afternoon teas and a specially designed pink ribbon pin, with…

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Music and marathon in one Live music—this is what sets the Rexona Run apart from any other running event ever mounted in the Philippines to date. Dubbed “Run to your Beat,” this year’s marathon definitely pushed the brand’s advocacy to Do:More as it challenged the usual approach to the sport.…

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