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Singapore-based Texcent is poised to be a global leader in mobile and cashless transactions as it launches Paycent.

It’s dusk. The shadows of three men brandishing assault rifles welcome the reader to the Facebook page of Lashkar-e-Islam, one of 65 organizations that are banned in Pakistan, either because of terrorist links or as purveyors of sectarian hate.

Samsung Electronics plans to recycle and sell its recalled Galaxy Note 7 phones starting this week in South Korea, salvaging their unused parts.

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Samsung Electronics plans to recycle and sell its recalled Galaxy Note 7 phones starting this week in South Korea, salvaging their unused parts.

I‘ve hesitated to get a dashcam installed in my car.

It was my first time to get my hands on a Lenovo smartphone.  I always find that trying out gadgets for the first time is a fun experience because I am able to learn something new. And so it was with the Lenovo A6600 Plus.

In July, Speed Money Transfer Japan (SPEED), the only migrant-owned, migrant-managed Filipino remittance company licensed in Japan, will offer another additional service to our Japan OFWs – a remittance mobile App.

Realizing how Filipino families cherish their special moments captured on digital cameras and mobile devices, HP enables people to reinvent memories that never fade by sharing these through quality pictures printed using HP printers and Original HP Ink cartridges.

Honda Cars Philippines Inc., Honda’s automobile business unit in the Philippines, recently introduced the new Civic 1.8 E CVT Navi Limited Edition, now equipped with a navigation system and select Modulo accessories that provide better customer ownership for Honda’s sporty compact sedan.

 Huawei Philippines underscored the power, quality, and high endurance of their latest tablet offerings, the Huawei MediaPad M3 and MediaPad T2 7.0, in a media launch held in Quezon City recently.

PLDT wireless subsidiary Smart Communications Inc. is lighting up the whole stretch of EDSA with carrier-grade Smart Wi-fi, whose backhaul capacity of up to one gigabit per second can support up to 3,000 connected users with robust Wi-fi connectivity.

Your office is vulnerable to a cyber attack and you don’t even know about it. HP, which positions itself as an advocate of security, has pinpointed the vulnerability — printers.

A byword in the home and automotive audio industry, Focal of France entered the local market last year with its line of earphones, headphones and home audio systems.