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RK Ilagan guarded by Miguel Oczon (PBA Images)

PBA DL: SSC-R downs NU

RK Ilagan caught fire and erupted for 14 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter, alongside four assists, three rebounds, and three steals in the win that kept the Golden Harvest unbeaten with their 3-0 win-loss record. #PBA

Goldwyn Monteverde

UAAP Juniors Champion coach open to aiding Batang Gilas

“Why not? It’s a big honor for me to serve the national team,” – Goldwyn Monteverde #UAAPSeason81 #BatangGilas

A file photo shows Mr. Ernie Abanco of Abanco Realty (left) shakes hand with his young opponent, before making the ceremonial moves to kick off the Negros Kiddies Chess Championship last year held in Bacolod City.

PH chess players gear up for Asian Schools tourney

The search for the most Filipino young chess wizard dubbed as the 2019 National Youth and Schools Chess Championships will kick off with the Mindanao leg on March 16 to 18 at the Gaisano Grand Citi Gate, Buhangin in Davao City, tournament director International Arbiter (IA) James Infiesto and Fide National Arbiter (FNA) Joseph Gener “Jojo” Palero revealed. #chess

Princess Superal

Pinays, Thais brace for LPGT Southwoods duel

Princess Superal, Pauline del Rosario, Cyna Rodriguez and Chihiro Ikeda set out against the likes of multi-titled LPGT winner Yupaporn Kawinpakorn, Supakchaya Pattaranakruean, Saraporn Chamchoi and Chonlada Chayanun in what promises to be a slambang chase for top honors in the 54-hole championship serving as the sixth leg of LPGT’s 2018-19 circuit put up by ICTSI.

In the cybersecurity company’s global ranking, the Philippines placed in the 10th spot with 26.81% users of Kaspersky Lab solutions attacked by mobile malware. The list is topped by Iran (44.24%), Bangladesh (42.98%) and Nigeria (37.72%), respectively.

Kaspersky Lab: Mobile malware attacks double in 2018

In the cybersecurity company’s global ranking, the Philippines placed in the 10th spot with 26.81% users of Kaspersky Lab solutions attacked by mobile malware. The list is topped by Iran (44.24%), Bangladesh (42.98%) and Nigeria (37.72%), respectively. #KasperskyLab #TechNews

Aerial view of Greenfield District

Top 4 Reasons Why Greenfield District is Worth the Walk

Pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods have always been appealing for their landscaped promenades, wide sidewalks, tree-lined walkways, and pocket parks. Especially in cosmopolitan neighborhoods, they enhance beauty and convenience, thus providing an upgrade in everyday living with the added benefit of boosting one’s sense of well-being.

Alexander Skarsgård and Keira Knightley in The Aftermath

‘The Aftermath’ opens March 13 Exclusive at Megaworld Lifestyle Malls Cinemas

From the studio that brought award-winning films such as this year’s multi-awarded “The Favourite” and unforgettable hits such as “500 Days of Summer”, “Gifted” and “Little Miss Sunshine” comes an untold moment in history in “The Aftermath” starring Keira Knightley, Jason Clarke and Alexander Skarsgård. #TheAftermath

Emma Stone in The Favourite

Emma Stone caught in the middle of Royal Love Triangle

Reimagining period films for today’s audience, the multi-awarded “The Favourite” directed by Yorgos Lanthimos breaks the tropes in the genre as it introduces the audience into Queen Anne’s (Olivia Colman) unusual reign, England’s least known ruler who has suffered from health problems throughout her life.

Liam Neeson in Cold Pursuit

Vengeful Liam Neeson in ‘Cold Pursuit’

Blood in the snow will flow in Liam Neeson’s (known for the highly successful Taken franchise) latest thrilling action film “Cold Pursuit” where he plays Nes Coxman, a snowplough driver in Kehoe, a 10 degrees and counting glitzy ski resort in the Rocky Mountains.

two notorious Russian speaking hacking groups found sharing infrastructure with each other

Kaspersky Lab: Notorious Russian hacking groups exchanging infrastructures

Kaspersky Lab experts have identified an overlap in cyberattacks between two infamous threat actors, GreyEnergy – which is believed to be a successor of BlackEnergy – and the Sofacy cyberespionage group. Both actors used the same servers at the same time, with, however, a different purpose.