Thanks to a persistent warning campaign in Facebook, a would-be victim has came face-to-face with the con man posing as a sales agent from PLDT (Philippine Long Distance Telecom) and decided to deal justice his way.
An Internet freedom group is opposing the proposal for mandatory SIM card registration, calling the legislation a violation of citizens’ privacy.
Japanese actress Maria Ozawa cried foul after some Filipino netizens blamed her for the miscarriage of TV host Mariel Rodriguez, wife of her former co-star Robin Padilla.
Allizon Villanueva, self-proclaimed future son-in-law of animal murderer Antonio O. Lizardo threatens bashers of Rose Ann Lizardo
In a great but rare display of utter stupidity and wanton disregard of Philippine animal humane laws, self-proclaimed “boyfriend” of Rose Ann Lizardo, Allizon Villanueva, showed “his” great displeasure at the fact that “his” so-called “girlfriend” is feeling the wrath of the social media for sharing and boasting about a criminal act done by her father.
Another animal murderer has been spotted, identified as Antonio O. Lizardo, who also shot dead his neighbor’s dog out of annoyance from the dog’s barking. The incident is reminiscent of the report of Dominador Capispisan doing the exact criminal act, for an ex-policeman.
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company’s cellular arm, Smart Communications, Inc will hold a Clash of Clans tournament this year with over P2 million in prizes up for grabs.
The US teen who sparked an Internet sensation by building a small drone capable of firing a handgun, has been arrested July 23, and released on a $20,000 bond, police said.
The Philippine Department of Science and Technology (DOST) will start rolling out the much-anticipated free public wi-fi on July 24 during the annual National Science and Technology week at SMX Convention Center.
People are comparing it to a Chicken Parmigiana, which is inevitable considering it is basically it except with staple pizza ingredients.
A terrorist from ISIS recently took a selfie of himself and posted it online in social media. Shortly thereafter, U.S. Intelligence, which heavily monitors social media accounts from ISIS members and supporters, managed to pinpoint an ISIS headquarters building in Syria by using the selfie photo as a reference point.