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‘God of War’ favorite among PS4 game developers


Celebrating the PlayStation 4 console's fifth anniversary, PlayStation asked 23 developers to name their top three PS4 games: 2018's "God of War" came ...

Rains, thunderstorms seen in parts of PHL due to 'Samuel' --PAGASA


Several regions in the country will experience rain showers and thunderstorms following Tropical Depression Samuel's entry into the Philippine Area of ...

Data storage needs drive CERN to Google


This week Google announced that the company will be joining CERN openlab, a partnership that will lay the foundation of future research in cloud compu ...

Taking just one week off from social media causes withdrawal symptoms


A new European research has found that even just a one-week break from social media can cause withdrawal symptoms similar to those experienced when qu ...

You may be able to do all your holiday shopping on Instagram


Instagram hasannounced three new ways for users to shop on the platform. After introducing new Shopping features to the application in September, Inst ...

US paves way to get ‘lab meat’ on plates


U.S. authorities on Friday agreed on how to regulate food products cultured from animal cells, paving the way to get so-called "lab meat" on American ...

Tropical Depression Samuel enters PAR


Tropical Depression Samuel entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility  on Sunday morning, state weather agency PAGSA said.

Scattered rain expected across the PHL - PAGASA


With the northeast monsoon the only weather system expected to affect the country on Sunday, PAGASA predicted that the entire archipelago would experi ...

Record-breaking Alps postcard sends message against climate change


A massive collage of 125,000 drawings and messages from children around the world about climate change was rolled out on a shrinking Swiss glacier Fri ...

SpaceX gets nod to put 12,000 satellites in orbit


SpaceX got the green light this week from US authorities to put a constellation of nearly 12,000 satellites into orbit in order to boost cheap, wirele ...

Fair conditions, scattered showers expected across the PHL


With the northeasterly surface windflow the only weather system expected to affect the country on Saturday, PAGASA predicted that the entire archipela ...

New discovery shows glass made from exploding stars


The next time you're gazing out of the window in search of inspiration, keep in mind the material you're looking through was forged inside the heart o ...

Tea or coffee? The answer might be genetic


In new research studying how genetic factors determine taste, scientists now believe they know why some humans prefer coffee while others opt for tea.

Cloudy, rainy Saturday expected in parts of PHL; tropical depression spotted outside PAR


"Inaasahang papasok siya sa PAR ng Sunday. Dun na natin siya papangalanang Samuel,” Bulquerin said. “Pag nasa karagatan na itong tropical depressi ...

LPA remains in Palawan area


A Low Pressure Area (LPA) was estimated at 435 kilometers west of Puerto Princesa in Palawan outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), PAGA ...

Tropical depression spotted east of Mindanao


The low pressure area (LPA) that has been bringing rains to Palawan, Visayas and Mindanao is expected to leave the Philippine Area of Responsility (PA ...

LPA to bring rains over Palawan and Eastern Visayas


Rains and thunderstorms are expected over Palawan and Eastern Visayas due to the low-pressure area near Puerto Princesa City.

Japan cybersecurity and Olympics minister admits: ‘I’ve never used a computer!’


TOKYO, Nov 15 -- Japan's recently appointed cybersecurity and Olympics minister has told parliament he has never used a computer in his life, though h ...

LPA spotted near Palawan


A Low Pressure Area (LPA) was estimated at 370 kilometers southeast of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, PAGASA reported in its early morning forecast.

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