Technology
By Richard Dy, contributor Updated Tuesday July 21, 2015 - 12:05pm

With multi-titled PBA coach Tim Cone's transfer to Barangay Ginebra a mere formality, youthful slotman Greg Slaughter said he's excited with the prospect of learning from the American coach and hopefully, see the Gin Kings end their seven-year title drought.

Greg Slaughter of Barangay Ginebra

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By Dexter Rodrigo Matilla Updated Sunday August 19, 2012 - 12:00am

I have always been impressed with the imaging prowess of Sony mobile phones. It is no different now with the Sony Xperia P as its 8MP rear camera delivers really good, acceptably sharp pictures in very well-lit environments. Bringing it with me during my recent personal trip to Europe was a no brainer as the Sony Exmor R f2.4 lens is a quick performer. 

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By Chester Labaco Updated Monday July 16, 2012 - 1:00am

The long-awaited resurrection of one of PC gaming’s most revered franchise has finally come to fruition. Much has changed in PC gaming since the Lord of Terror’s last excursion into the mortal realm. Waking up from 11 years of development under the watchful eyes of its new masters, Diablo III emerges from the blazes of hell clearly different from its predecessor. But would it be up to the task to follow up one of the most engaging and arguably the best dungeon crawler in the business?

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By Featured Blogger Rico Mossesgeld Updated Thursday April 19, 2012 - 12:00am

I've always considered myself technology's ambassador, someone who truly believes in its potential. For me, gadgets are must-haves thatbetter our lives and make it a bit more special. That belief was sorely challenged during my wedding reception, when technology failed me.

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By Featured Blogger Rico Mossesgeld Updated Thursday January 19, 2012 - 11:40am

They say that you need to devote 10,000 hours to anything before you can become any good at it. But how do you know where to start? That’s where YouTube comes in. The popular online video site is a valuable resource for wannabe athletes looking to improve their skills. At the very least, it shows what kind of practice is needed to become better at something.

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By Featured Blogger Rico Mossesgeld Updated Thursday January 12, 2012 - 12:00am

By March, I'll be a married man. I'm about to start my own family, and what comes next scares me. Not just because I worry about providing for my future wife and children. I also dread the shifting priorities my new role will require. Within this year, I'll morph from a carefree bachelor who has paid for gadgets, video games and other technological wonders into a miserly husband who'll watch every centavo spent.

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By Featured Blogger Rico Mossesgeld Updated Thursday January 05, 2012 - 2:45am

I have some geeky ideas that won’t cost future home builders too much money to implement. More importantly, they make life a little easier and more efficient.

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By Featured Blogger Rico Mossesgeld Updated Thursday December 29, 2011 - 10:10am

SimCity taught me the basics of urban planning, from the obvious need to keep residential areas separate from high-pollution industrial estates, to more subtle considerations like developing the taxpayer base and building more revenue for the city. Providing important public services such as police protection, fire coverage, education and healthcare was never cheap.

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By Featured Blogger Rico Mossesgeld Updated Thursday December 15, 2011 - 10:55am

The Internet is full of success stories, where someone turned an idea into a stand-alone website and made a genuine difference — or at least a lot of money. But sometimes a big impact is possible without your own .com, through free online services.

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By Featured Blogger Rico Mossesgeld Updated Thursday December 08, 2011 - 11:15am

Here’s a list of recommendations based on my gadget- and tech-related experiences over the past 11 months. If you’re shopping for gadgets as gifts for yourself or your loved ones, consider these five items.

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