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Questions over APEC after costly summit failure


The grouping was born three decades ago as a way of promoting trade liberalization. But that cause has fallen out of vogue and Port Moresby was little more than a different venue for another China-US bunfight.

Carpio: Duterte affirms arbitration award in recent PH-Japan declaration


President Rodrigo Duterte's declaration of commitment to freedom of navigation in the disputed South China Sea in the joint Philippines-Japan declaration last week is an affirmation of the 2016 arbitration award, Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio said Sunday. The acting chief justice, one of the leading figures in the Philippines' arbitration victory against China, lauded the President for his support to freedom of navigation and said this was the "most welcome development in resolving the South China Sea dispute." "The statement of President Duterte upholding freedom of navigation and overflight in the South China Sea should be the main thrust of our for...Keep on reading: Carpio: Duterte affirms arbitration award in recent PH-Japan declaration

Local News

Duterte, tinapos ang APEC Summit

Tinapos din ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang mga pulong sa ikalawang araw ng APEC Summit sa Papua New Guinea sa kabila ng naunang pahayag ng Palasyo na hindi na siya makadadalo.

Sports News

FEU slams depleted Adamson, forces Final Four playoff vs La Salle

Far Eastern University extended its stay in the competition after an absolute beating of second seed Adamson University, 82-56, in the UAAP Season 81 men's basketball tournament Sunday at Mall of Asia Arena. The Tamaraws finished their eliminations campaign with an 8-6 record to force a playoff with De La Salle, also at 8-6, for the last Final Four slot. Adamson, which already secured tne No. 2 seed and twice-to-beat advantage prior to the game, played without stars Sean Manganti and Jerrick Ahanmisi. FEU started off hot building a 14-0 lead at the start of the game after Wendell Comboy's triple and that was practically the foundation the Tamaraws leaned on throughout the ma...Keep on reading: FEU slams depleted Adamson, forces Final Four playoff vs La Salle

FEU forces Final 4 playoff by demolishing Adamson

Far Eastern University pounced on the absence of Adamson's key players to clobber the Soaring Falcons, 82-56, and force a playoff for the last semifinal spot in the UAAP Season 81 men's basketball tournament.

Mavs hand Warriors 3rd loss in 4 games

Rookie Luka Doncic hit the go-ahead hook shot with 70 seconds left, and the host Dallas Mavericks halted a 10-game losing streak to the Golden State Warriors with a dramatic 112-109 victory Saturday night (Sunday, PHL time).

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Technology News

‘God of War’ favorite among PS4 game developer ...


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 on top, with "Horizon Zero Dawn" and "Bloodborne" next in line. Not only a critical and commercial success, but also a favorite among game designers themselves, "God of War" was named by more than half responding to an official PlayStation 4 retrospective. The game took troubled Greek god Kratos out of ancient Greece and on a violent adventure into mythological Norse lands. This time he was accompanied by his son, the powerful and accomplished warrior was at last coming to terms with some of his personal issues, as well as treati...Keep on reading: ‘God of War’ favorite among PS4 game developers

Rains, thunderstorms seen in parts of PHL due to ' ...


Several regions in the country will experience rain showers and thunderstorms following Tropical Depression Samuel's entry into the Philippine Area of Responsibility on Sunday morning, state weather agency PAGASA said.

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 computing, machine learning and quantum computing. So why would one of the world's largest and most respected institutions for physics research, known for the world's largest particle physics laboratory operating the Large Hadron Collider, want to partner with Google? Simple. The biggest scientific laboratory also produces the largest amount of data. Over the next couple years as the LHC evolves, the "computing capacity required would be around 50 [to] 100 times higher than today," which means data storage needs will be up to an order ...Keep on reading: Data storage needs drive CERN to Google

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