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Gears of War: Maximum Security Gadgets For Cyber Crimes

Technology gears up in the war against cyber-crimes developing the latest maximum security big guns in gadgets to protect consumers everywhere. Whether you choose to log in on an encrypted laptop device or your average smartphone, you will have more ammunition and shields to keep you protected from hackers, identity thieves, and malware.

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On ABL’s Responsive Design

About two years ago, I felt the urge this blog needed a design overhaul. First and foremost, responsive design played a huge factor in the call to upgrade as many of the existing WordPress plugins didn’t make the site too appealing on mobile. I called in the guys from PixelKit to do an overhaul. Responsive design wasn’t the only focus though as I wanted the option to apply a different template to posts that were deemed “less news more features.” Here are some examples:
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Oppo R5 Video Review: Chop vegetables, run it over a car

In this Manila Bulletin TechNews special, we take a look at the toughness that is the Oppo R5. It’s not just a phone =- it’s practically a kitchen appliance. Specs include a 5.2″ AMOLED screen built with Corning Gorilla Glass 3, 16MB of internal memory and a 1.5GHz Octacore Snapdragon processor.

For the full video, click on the link below.

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How to Choose Safe Energy Pills

If you prefer to get your energy in pill form rather than in a drink, you might be considering energy pills. You’ll want to talk with your doctor before you start taking pills to ensure they’ll actually help you and that you won’t be throwing your money away. Properly research the long-term and short-term effects of any pills you’re thinking of taking.
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The Legendary Elton John To Perform At Westpac Stadium In Wellington New Zealand

If you are going to be in the area of Wellington, New Zealand on November 21, 2015 and you are a fan of Elton John you will be in for a treat. The legendary Sir Elton John will be performing a live concert at 8:00 PM at the Westpac Stadium.

About Elton John
Sir Elton John may be almost sixty-eight years old but you would never know it to see him live in concert. He is just an energetic now as her was back in the 1960s when he originally started to write and perform. Currently he is a singer, songwriter, composer, pianist, record producer and even the occasional actor. He is known as one of the best selling music artists in the world. His accomplishments include fifty songs that have made it to the Top 40 hits list, including the song that many know as Candle In The Wind, which sold over thirty three million copies worldwide. Other achievements he has received as six Grammy Awards and Five Brit Awards. In the year 1994 he was indicted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The list of accomplishments and achievements can go on and on.
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Manila Bulletin Advocacy in Occidental Mindoro: Watts of Love Partnership

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This video needs to be shared. Prepare for tears.

From the Manila Bulletin video channel:

Years without electricity have practically made residents of Ilin Island in Occidental Mindoro a recluse. But light came at the end of the tunnel and the world was never as bright as it was before the eyes that finally see light. Meet Nancy Economou of Watts of Love, the moving force behind Ilin Island’s enlightening moment

The Dorkside: 3 Lifehacks I Learned as a Gamer and a New Parent

This is an excerpt of a piece I wrote for a new site I contribute to called The Dorkside with fellow dorks Jessica Mendoza, Gino Quillamor and Chico Garcia.

Now that my son is 2, I look back to the first few days when he was a newborn and how he completely changed my life as a gamer. You’ve probably heard the chides that being a dad with a newborn gives you a future Player 2. That may be true – but that future is far, far ahead. I am by no means a casual gamer — video games were my security blanket, my virtual therapist and the one constant hobby that has never changed, even now at 34. But parenting. Ah, there’s the rub. Here’s how my hobby changed.

I make sure there’s a pause button

If the game I’m playing is heavy on story and cut scenes (Telltale’s The Walking Dead or The Last of Us come to mind) I avoid playing these sorts even when my son is taking a nap. Imagine him waking up crying, looking for milk and an important plot piece was being revealed in a 10 minute cut scene that I can’t skip. There you go. When I was in the vicinity of my newborn son, I could only play games that could be paused at any time (the PS Vita comes to mind because the main system button can pause any game at any time) or games that didn’t need me to be fully engaged: turn based strategy games like XCom: Enemy Within, Endless Legend and Civilization V do come to mind as staples. So yeah – new dads. Being a parent doesn’t mean you should give up your hobbies. Your hobbies may just take other forms. Cradling my son to sleep on my shoulder still allowed me room to play Warhammer Quest on the iPhone with my other hand. It’s a skill. You’ll get there.

For the full article, click here.

Choosing the Right Tools to Take Care of Business

Small businesses are on the rise, both in and out of the home. These days, it seems like everyone has a great idea for a startup, and with the global economy not just stabilizing but recovering, there’s usually plenty of help out there to make those ideas reality. According to Entrepreneur.com, starting a small or home based business is possible for anyone as long as they’re willing to take some risks and put in some serious work—but while many aspiring sole proprietors know what they want to do and are ready to do the work to get there, finding the tools to get them there is another story entirely.
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3 Travel Life Hacks to Make Your Next Holiday a Breeze

Heading off on holiday should be a pleasure rather than a pain. When you’ve worked your fingers to the bone for scant reward and your tyrannical boss has made your life a misery, jetting off to sunnier climes is your way of reclaiming what’s left of your sanity.

Rather than worrying about what’s happening in the office, your only concern is where the next cocktail is coming from and what factor of sun cream to use on your Vitamin D starved frame. In between digging out your passport and packing your suitcase, however, a jaunt abroad regularly means a Boeing 737 sized panic attack in case you overlook an important travel document.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.

With our three handy life hacks, make your next holiday a breeze and ensure you come back with your batteries charged and ready to face whatever life throws at you.
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3 Ingenious Gadgets EVERY Budding Spy Must Have

If you’ve ever watched James Bond, you’ll know that he’d be nothing without his trusty gadgets. Take away his revolving licence plates, underwater jet packs and digital binoculars, and 007 is just another bumbling Englishman with a penchant for expensive suits and shaken Martinis. Yep, by now Bond would have been dispatched by an evil tyrant’s obedient henchman, with some cackling despot ready to take over the world quicker than you can say tomorrow never dies.
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Considerations When Looking at Video Conferencing Services

Video conferencing offers so much, you would be remiss if you didn’t look into one of the service options. Inc reports that video conferencing offers benefits for both the emotional and psychological fulfillment of employees as well as the time and money spent by the business. However, there are numerous programs out there from the ubiquitous Skype to the quality video conferencing platform by Blue Jeans. Trying to find the right one for you depends on your particular needs. Here are some considerations you will need to bear in mind.
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A Brief History Behind 4K (and what lies beyond)

Ever since it was first witnessed in the Dalsa Origin, released in the year 2003 as the first commercial camera to be launched with 4k capabilities; the technology has been fancied by many. However, the high cost of ownership back then meant that the technology remained commercially non-viable for many professionals as well as aspiring photographers.
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Motorized Blinds: geeking out your home

When motorized blinds first donned the market, it would be fair to say that there were several raised eyebrows. Not because of the idea – this was something that was always going to hit the shelves eventually – but because of the target audience. Most people thought that they were just targeted towards the “elite” group of homeowners – those that had pots of money to install these extravagant devices.
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Introducing Beats Studio 2.0

From the press: Indulge yourself in premium style with Beats Studio 2.0, now finished in Champagne and Metallic Sky. The new Beats Studio has been completely redesigned and reimagined to give you a taste of the iconic Beats sound and the most intimate and realistic listening experience. It’s lighter, sexier, stronger, and more comfortable, with precision sound, Adaptive Noise Canceling, a 20-hour rechargeable battery and RemoteTalk™. It has all the energy and excitement you expect from Beats, plus a powerful, reengineered sound, wrapped in an elegantly crafted exterior.
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Is Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell more of the same?

I thoroughly enjoyed Saints Row IV. It was, in sum, a well-written commentary of the current state of video games and pop culture. It wasn’t just the slapstick humor, the puns and rim shot jokes that made this game interesting — it also had several highlights especially in the loyalty side quests that the President had to go through (case in point Matt’s side quest on comic book characters).
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