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DTEK50 on duty!

BlackBerry phones are very much alive and still finding its way around into people’s hands. The DTEK50 is BlackBerry’s entry Android device. The name DTEK comes from a security software app and comes built into the phone. What’s nice about the DTEK app is it gives you full control over privacy. Plus it has full data encryption, meaning the will be phone will be tougher to hack. BlackBerry is strong in the business sector, which is most likely why they aimed for the “DTEK” name, besides highlighting the built-in security app, it makes the phone more formal than it seems. The DTEK50 uses Android 6 Lollipop and looking at it we’re pretty much amazed. You’d expect it to be filled with all sorts of bloatware, especially security-type bloatwares, but instead, you get …

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Audiofly brings it comfortably loud

Audiofly earphones are anything but average. They may resemble some earphones in the market today, built-wise, but the technology running within each Audiofly is as wicked as the top-of-the-line brands globally, quality-wise. It is quite rare that we come upon earphones that combine all the elements that make a great set of earplugs. In Audiofly, style runs alongside sound quality. We look at Audiofly and we think that each design has its own personality. We are reminded of the likes of Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Wonder and Tom Petty. Audiofly earphones knows how to roll the rocks and set things afire. If we had to choose one of our favorites among Audiofly, hands down it would be the AF78. It fits snugly into our ears and we can listen with it …

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Ubisoft scans Southeast Asia for talents

Ubisoft is a videogame developer and publisher that has developed and published some of the most celebrated videogames such as the Prince of Persia, Just Dance, and Assassin’s Creed. The company is known for publishing videogames in different platforms, and in order to keep up with their momentum of delivering games, they have expanded to various parts of the globe. In 2008, Ubisoft made its way to Southeast Asia starting in Singapore, where about 300—10 are Filipinos—multinational employees are led by Managing Director, Olivier de Rotalier. Since then, among the massive contributions from Ubisoft Singapore had been the naval battles and oceanic explorations, first seen in Assassin’s Creed III, which had been refined through two Assassin’s Creed games, specifically Rogue and Black Flag. What’s impressive is the distance between Singapore and the …

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