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See the official Apple Face Mask in action.
The rest of the world finally gets to see what the Apple face masks look like. Unbox Therapy, the hugely popular tech YouTuber, whose gig is, well, unboxing and then trying all the coolest stuff, showed off the two kinds of Apple-approved ...
 
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Rhoel Dinglasan says our saliva is the spitting image of our health.
Filipino scientist Rhoel Dinglasan and his team at the University of Florida were recently recognized for developing a rapid saliva test using a smartphone to diagnose COVID-19, along with malaria and anemia. Top Story: Study Reveals Two Top Songs Most Enjoyed by PsychopathsThe professor ...
 
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For this young father and medical frontliner, COVID-19 is deadly, chaotic, and expensive.
As the pandemic stretches on, becoming the new reality for the world, you settle into a routine. Stay at home, report for work, stream a movie, wear a mask, buy food, wash your hands, try to sleep. The normal rhythm of life ...
 
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Duterte lashed at Vice President Leni Robredo and critics for accusing his administration of not doing enough to contain the outbreaks.
President Rodrigo Duterte says he has extended a state of calamity in the entire Philippines by a year to allow the government to draw emergency funds faster to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and harness the police and military to maintain law and ...
 
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Think of leather wearables as the label’s luxed-up version of protection.  
It took a cast of characters to bring Fino’s leather face masks to life. Rommel Bautista, co-owner of the Filipino leathergoods company, is a doctor who rides bikes, and his unique credentials as a surgeon who works at ground zero of the ...
 
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The Brad-Jen flirtation is just too cute to miss.
Who’ve you Zoomed with lately? An all-star cast including Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, Matthew McConaughey, Jimmy Kimmel, Shia LaBeouf, John Legend, Ray Liotta, Henry Golding, Dane Cook, and Sean Penn all got on a Zoom call last night to ...
 
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The country’s eighth richest man has kept giving away his money despite an $800million drop in his fortune.
There is a reason why Ramon Ang is on top of his game, even during this time of the pandemic. Since March, when community quarantine restrictions were implemented across the country, the country’s eighth richest man according to Forbes has led the San Miguel ...
 
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It's still up for review by independent scientists.
A drug company says partial results from a study testing an antibody drug give hints it may help keep mild to moderately ill COVID-19 patients from needing to be hospitalized, a goal no current coronavirus medicine has been able to meet.Top Story: The ...
 
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It's holding a farewell sale to say thanks.
Comic Quest—an institution in local comic book retail and general geekery—is closing down permanently. In a post on its Facebook page, the comic book and hobby shop that was founded in 1986 said the twin pressures of the coronavirus pandemic and disruption ...
 
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You might call it the COVID-19 effect.
Singapore-based air quality sensor company uHoo announced a new funding round on Tuesday that it says was “oversubscribed by 50 percent,” although it did not disclose the amount.Also read:  The Untold Story of Miss Fernadez, the School Teacher Who Killed 200 Japanese ...
 
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But no, he's not running for president.
Ramon Ang’s RSA Foundation just announced that it will build a state-of-the-art hospital on a three-to-five hectare property in the southern part of Luzon. The foundation's first project will lay down the blueprint in the fight for a post-pandemic and future-proof society.As the president ...
 
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Pin-pricking is apparently a common practice.
There’s a video circulating taken by an irate customer of some store merchandisers of a popular supermarket chain.Also read: This Filipino Love Letter from 1946 Was Unearthed. It Made Us CryThe video shows the merchandisers using a pin to poke holes in the ...
 
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Ever heard of the Dark Ages?
At the close of every year, we often see people posting the same things on social media: “worst year ever,” “glad this year is over,” and “good riddance!” For some reason, many of us are fixated on blaming a fixed period of ...
 
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The DTI secretary says it’s the reason there are so many people registered onine businesses during the lockdown.
People dreaming of opening their own business will find that it’s much easier to do so now, thanks to online tools set up by government agencies.Also read: Inside the Lavish Life of the Ambanis, Asia's Wealthiest FamilyAccording to the Business Name Registration ...
 
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A shift to the lowest quarantine, MECQ, also possible.
Coronavirus infections in the Philippines are going down, data showed, as authorities aimed to flatten the curve or slow its spread, when September ends. The turnaround came after a quarter of the population endured 15 days of strict quarantine and the introduction of new ...
 
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Demand remains sluggish due to the pandemic.
Inflation in the Philippines slowed to 2.4 percent in August, a consequence of weak demand driven by the coronavirus pandemic. It was also below the forecast set by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.Also read:  8 Great Monarchies and How They Fell from Grace The ...
 
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The stop in production comes as Hollywood scrambles to get back to work after the pandemic brought a halt to all film and TV shoots in March.
Filming in Britain for the latest Batman movie has been halted after its star Robert Pattinson reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus, just days after shooting had resumed.Top Story: 8 Great Monarchies and How They Fell From Grace"A member of 'The Batman' production ...
 
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The show must go on.
These divas deliver.Drag queens don their colorful wigs, elaborate makeup, and knee-high stiletto boots, but instead of stepping on a stage, they're putting on a face covering, grabbing a takeout bag, and bringing their musical numbers to fans' doorsteps in San Francisco.The ...
 
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It’s not a good time to be a Filipino frontliner.
Filipino registered nurses and medical technologists earn the least among their peers elsewhere in Southeast Asia. This is according to the findings of information aggregator iPrice, which recorded the salaries of various frontliners during the coronavirus pandemic.Also read: Backhanded, Condescending Remarks You May ...
 
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The end is not in sight.
Malaysia announced that it has blocked the entry of Indian, Indonesian and the Filipino citizens starting Monday, August 31.Top Story: Is Sharon Cuneta Really A Billionaire? Bloomberg reports that the restrictions will affect those with long-term passes, students, expatriates, permanent residents as well as family ...
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