Apple’s flawed security policy revealed in hacking

The billing address and the last four-digit of the credit card is all it takes for AppleCare to issue a temporary password on an Apple ID account (aside from the e-mail address of course). This is how a couple of hackers got into Wired.com’s senior writer Mat Honan’s digital life and took over his Twitter account,...

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Western Digital opens first service center in the Philippines

Western Digital officially announced today the opening of its first service center in the country to strengthen distribution and end-user support of its products. The WD service center will cater to all customers of WD products which includes internal and external hard drives, as well as their popular range of home entertainment...

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City Maps 2Go offline maps iOS app free for a limited time

Quick, if you’re a smart traveler looking for good deals in the App Store, you might want to take advantage of this freebie. City Maps 2 Go is free for a limited time (might expire within the day) for all you frequent travelers out there. City Maps 2 Go is touted as the world’s number 1 iOS offline map app. It allows...

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NVIDIA celebrates GeForce Day at SM North EDSA

NVIDIA, one of the biggest manufacturers of graphics cards, treated gamers and everyone else who was able to drop by at the SM North EDSA last Saturday with their latest offering of video cards. The Nvidia day held last July 21 was packed with people whose eyes were treated with eye-candies as Nvidia showcased stunning visuals in...

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Symantec secures enterprise mobile space with host of Android and iOS apps

Building on its success of facilitating mobility initiatives for enterprise customers, Symantec Corp. today announced significant mobile portfolio updates to enable secure mobile email deployments, mobile application initiatives and Bring Your Own Device programs. With these updates, Symantec now offers the most comprehensive...

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Microsoft Office 2013 ready for customer preview

If you’re excited about Windows 8, you might also be wondering what’s in store for the new Microsoft Office. Touch and cloud, those are the two big things the new Office touches on aside from the redesign of the UI to blend with the “metro” look of Windows 8, and the customer preview is now downloadable at office.com/preview. The...

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Ouya, the future gaming console for Android

In the world of game consoles, there’s no place for a small fry to compete against the Big 3. Mostly because it’s very costly and time-consuming to develop a game that will sell, and these big game publishers will stick to what’s working and not bother with upstarts. But what if an open-source, entirely hackable game console...

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5 free Android puzzle games to tease your brain

So you’re waiting in a long queue, or maybe stuck in traffic, or just waiting for someone hoping that he or she shows up. You only have your Android phone and there’s no WiFi hotspot nearby. Your internet allocation just hit its limit and you don’t want to spend for additional data/hours. Well, here are 5 games...

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AOC Philippines launches new IPS & 3D Monitors

Yesterday, AOC launched two models of their 23-inch LED monitors. The first one is an IPS LED monitor and the other is a 3D monitor that comes with 3D glasses when you purchase it. AOC i2353PH IPS Monitor The AOC i2353PH IPS Monitor is a super slim LED monitor has a thickness of 0.92mm only with a brushed-metal surface texture but...

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MSI Overdrive 2012, a big hit in the local gaming scene

I believe this year is the year of eSports here in the Philippines. Almost every month there’s a major event in the country’s gaming scene and there’s no stopping it. The recently concluded MSI Overdrive event at the SM North Edsa Cyberzone was jam-packed with gamers from all over the country and even featured one of the top team...

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