The continuing rise in smartphone penetration in the Philippines has allowed more individuals to get a hold of their own device and eventually learn to adapt a digital lifestyle – from social networking sites to various apps for efficiency. One’s mobile experience has immensely improved with tasks such as booking movies, restaurant seats, and even hailing cabs now having its corresponding apps for convenience.
Tag Archive: TV
Fans of the “Star Wars” who are hoping that the franchise will also extend to television might be disappointed to know that a TV show is unlikely happening as a Disney insider revealed the studio isn’t working on it.
Globe Telecom is gearing up for the arrival of Internet television network Netflix in the Philippines with its roster of home broadband plans which come with free access to Chromecast, allowing customers to enjoy Netflix from any mobile device to a bigger screen.
One Direction star Harry Styles has had a new inking done on ‘The Late Late Show’.
Too much TV and not having enough physical exercise as a young adult were associated with worse cognitive function 25 years later in midlife, showed a study published online by U.S. journal JAMA Psychiatry.
Max Stone, Contestant Interview Q. Its ‘Movie Week’ this week – can you let us in on any secrets about your performance – as aware you originally had a couple ofchoices in mind have you settled on a song now?…
As a woman playing the mysterious Jane Doe who is riddled with tattoos all over her body, Jaimie Alexander is convinced the fake tattoos that are applied on her during the makeup process for her TV show is making her sick.
NBC is developing a new TV series that will feature all characters with the same birthdays. The dramedy, which will be created by Dan Fogelman, is set for a pilot at the network.
“The Walking Dead” actor Norman Reedus is getting his own TV series, and it’s not about zombies. It’s about the star’s other passion — bikes! According to Us Weekly, “Ride With Norman Reedus” is going to feature six one-hour episodes…
A sequel inspired by the 1999 movie “Cruel Intentions” which starred Reese Witherspoon, Ryan Phillippe and Sarah Michelle Gellar, is going to be made into a TV show by NBC.