Netflix has finally announced the release of “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” which is based off a book series written by Daniel Handler, a.k.a. Lemony Snicket. The show’s first season is expected to cover the first four books and it’s lauded as Netflix’s most expensive production so far.
The findings of the research, in a report entitled: ‘Older and wiser? A look at the threats faced by over-55s online,’ demonstrates that this age group can behave insecurely online and often become victims of fraud.
Fans have been waiting for the return of “Sherlock” for its fourth season. The last time viewers were able to watch the show was during a special run, which aired in 2015. Now, “Sherlock” star Benedict Cumberbatch hints that the upcoming season, which has no confirmed air date just yet, could be its last.
Disney has released the very first teaser to “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.” The fifth installment to the franchise is focused on the Captain Salazar, who is played by Javier Bardem, and he’s this particular story’s big bad. Salazar is responsible for the deaths of many pirates at sea as he enlists a ghost army to eliminate them.
President Duterte urged to assert Philippine sovereignty on Canada trash issue Illegal waste trade no different from drugs and other contraband under int’l law
Quezon City, 29 September 2016—Calling on President Duterte to officially denounce Canada’s trash exports to the Philippines, environmental group BAN Toxics today urged the President to assert Philippine sovereignty and ensure the immediate return of all waste shipments back to Canada.
Various civil society and non-government groups representing health professionals and workers, environment and clean air advocates, tobacco victims, lawyers, youth, and women eagerly anticipate President Rodrigo Duterte’s next step following his assurance last Monday that he would fulfill his promise to implement a nationwide smoking ban.
Almost half of Filipinos are now online. Approximately, 55% of the online population use smartphones, 43% use their laptops or personal computers, and 24% use tablets approximately 8 hours a day. Evident on the evolving digital lifestyle of Filipinos, Internet access is very important when choosing a mall or a cafe and prefer using the free wifi than consume their existing data coverage.
Fortinet’s Assistant Regional Director for Southeast Asia and Hongkong and Country Manager for Philippines, Jeff Castillo (second from left, standing) and Chief Security Strategist for Asia Pacific, Alvin Rodrigues (second from right, standing) recently met with the Information Technology directors and officers of several private organizations including 2GO Express, Development Bank of the Philippines, Manila Water, SNR Shopping, SPi Global and United Coconut Planters Bank; and public agencies such as Bureau of Treasury, Philippine National Police and Social Security System to share expert insights on network security.
Dying to know what inspired Cara Delevingne’s bad girl style and how you can cop some of it? Or, perhaps you think it’s funny when couples get ambushed on the street and are made to reveal the awkward secrets on their smartphones? MTV’s got you covered on these matters with its new wave of international Snapchat Discover shows, inviting fans into the enticing wardrobes of some of their favourite celebrities, while also presenting a new super-awkward mini-gameshow that asks couples to guess what secrets are hidden on their partner’s phone.
Globe Telecom’s campaign against the use of illegal repeater has led to the arrest of an individual suspected of selling such equipment.