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Aussie ace firms up PGT Iloilo cast

The big-hitting ace from Sydney took charge in the opener of this event last year but failed to match Jobim Carlos’ record-setting 62 in the third and settled for runner-up honors for his best finish thus far in the circuit put up by ICTSI.

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HD Spikers smother Troopers

The HD Spikers needed just 32 attacks to dominate the Troopers although they imposed their will on the net with 12 kill blocks against their rivals’ measly three-block output while winning the service duel, 6-3. #SpikersTurf

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Villamor ties Tagaytay at WGAP helm

Angelita Navalta and Beatrice Tronco shot 42 and 39 Stableford points, respectively, and Melissa Gozum and Katrina Yupangco backed them up with identical 34 points as the Villamor ladies foiled their Sta. Elena counterparts from completing a two-title romp in the course-hopping circuit organized by the Women’s Golf Association of the Philippines.

Thirdy Ravena of Ateneo goes up for a shot as Malick Diouf of CEU looks on. (PBA Images)

PBA D-League: CEU out to spoil Ateneo party

The Blue Eagles have righted the ship with a dominant 67-52 Game Three victory on Thursday to go on the hill in the best-of-five championship series, calming the tides after a shocking 77-74 Game Two defeat last Tuesday. #PBADL

Kaspersky Cybercriminals use smartphone calendars to distribute scam offers

Kaspersky Lab: Cybercriminals use smartphone calendars to distribute scam offers

Spam and phishing that exploit non-traditional attack vectors can be lucrative for criminals, as they can catch out experienced users who might not fall for a more common threat. This is particularly the case when it comes to trusted legitimate services, such as default email calendar features, and these are exploited through so-called “calendar phishing”. #KasperskyLab