ASUS ROG Phone II: Specs, features, price in the Philippines

MANILA, Philippines – ASUS’ ROG Phone II is hitting the Philippine market. Priced at P49,995, the gaming-centric successor to the first ROG Phone promises to be a high performing one with specs made for extensive “pro-level gaming experiences.”   The ASUS ROG Phone II would go head to ........»»

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Pump prices slightly up

Motorists can expect a slight upward adjustment in oil prices this week after industry players imposed as much as 25-centavos in price hikes. In separate advisories on Monday, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp., Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc., Seaoil Philippines Inc., Petro Gazz Corp., Total Philippines Corp., and PTT Philippines Corp. all announced an increase of 25 […] The post Pump prices slightly up appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Gas prices up slightly; diesel, kerosene down

Oil companies have implemented mixed price adjustments on fuel products today......»»

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PSE approves Phoenix P7-B share sale

THE Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) has approved a plan for Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc. to raise P7 billion via a follow-on offering (FOO). In a regulatory filing late Thursday, the PSE said it authorized Phoenix to sell seven million preferred shares at a tentative price of P1,000 each. This is inclusive of a base size […] The post PSE approves Phoenix P7-B share sale appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsOct 12th, 2019Related News

Czechs stun England in Euro qualifying; France, Portugal win

By Joseph Wilson, Associated Press It was a night of European soccer to forget for England, and one to remember for Andorra. England conceded a late goal against the Czech Republic on Friday and paid the price with its first defeat in a qualifying game in 10 years, while France and Portugal made progress in their bids for places at next year's European Championship. As for Andorra, it ended a 56-match losing streak. A goal five minutes from the end halted England's unbeaten streak in qualifying for a major competition with the Czechs beating Gareth Southgate's team 2-1. A victory in Prague would have secured a spot for England at the finals with three games to go. Instead, England squandered a one-goal lead and lost its first match in European or World Cup qualifying since falling to Ukraine in 2009. That loss came with England already qualified for the 2010 World Cup. Its last meaningful defeat in qualifying was against Croatia in 2007. "We didn't play well enough, simple as that," said Southgate. Captain Harry Kane gave England the lead in the fifth minute from the penalty spot. But Jakub Brabec leveled for the Czechs four minutes later and substitute Zdenek Ondrasek completed the comeback late with his first international goal. He scored with a low right-foot shot from inside the area. "I just wanted to hit the ball right and put it in the net," said Ondrasek, who plays for FC Dallas. "I saw tears in the eyes of my father probably for the first time in my life. It's a great win and great feeling." England had won all four of its previous games in Group A. It is tied atop the standings with the Czechs on 12 points but has one more game to play. Group strugglers Bulgaria and Montenegro drew 0-0. Top-ranked Belgium became the first team to qualify for next year's tournament on Thursday. The top two teams of each group advance automatically. The other four qualifiers will come through four tiers of playoffs in March. PORTUGAL ROLLS ON Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 94th goal for Portugal to help the defending European champions brush aside Luxembourg 3-0 in Lisbon. Ronaldo pounced on a bad pass near the area and chipped the goalkeeper in the 65th. Bernardo Silva put Portugal in control from the 16th. With Portugal 2-0 ahead, substitute Goncalo Guedes added a third goal. Ukraine kept its lead of Group B after midfielder Ruslan Malinovskyi scored twice in a 2-0 victory over Lithuania. Unbeaten Ukraine has 16 points. Portugal has 11, ahead of Serbia with seven. Both Portugal and Serbia have one more game to play than Ukraine. Portugal plays at Ukraine on Monday. FRANCE ON PACE World champion France and Turkey both took big steps in qualifying with wins which consolidated their Group H lead. Olivier Giroud scored to help France earn a hard-fought 1-0 win at Iceland, while Turkey needed a 90th-minute goal from Cenk Tosun to push it past Albania 1-0 in Istanbul. Both France and Turkey have 18 points. Iceland, the revelation of Euro 2016, is in third place with 12 points and at risk of missing the 2020 edition. France hosts Turkey at Stade de France on Monday. Giroud converted a penalty in the 66th after a foul earned by Antoine Griezmann. Giroud set up Griezmann by heading down a long ball for his fellow forward, who was then fouled by Iceland's Ari Freyr Skulason. France midfielder N'Golo Kanté was ruled out of the match reportedly for a hamstring problem. It was game No. 200 for Didier Deschamps as player and now coach of France. He played 103 games for France and has directed 97 from the dugout. Steve Mandanda played in goal for France in place of Hugo Lloris, who is out with a broken elbow. FIRST WIN Andorra made history of its own in Group H with a 1-0 win over Moldova, the first time the tiny mountainous nation had avoided defeat in 57 European qualifiers. Midfielder Marc Vales headed in the Andorran goal in the 63rd after Moldova had been reduced to 10 men. Andorra, with fewer than 80,000 residents nestled in the Pyrenees between Spain and France, had lost all 56 of its previous games in European qualifying......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsOct 12th, 2019Related News

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro: Specs, features, price in the Philippines

MANILA, Philippines – Xiaomi on Friday, October 11, launched the Redmi Note 8 Pro, a smartphone with a 64MP primary camera, and pricing that starts at P11,490. At the price, it competes with the OPPO A5 2020 (P10,990), Samsung Galaxy A30s (P12,990), and the Realme 5 Pro ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsOct 11th, 2019Related News

AllHome shares rise in stock market debut

The Villar family’s AllHome closed on a positive note in its market debut, rising slightly higher than its initial public offering price of P11.50 each share......»»

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Richard Gomez painting with six-figure price tag causes stir at 2019 ManilArt

“RATED SPG ????” another Internet user said......»»

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Vivo V17 Pro priced at P21,999

MANILA, Philippines – Vivo on Wednesday, October 9, launched their latest flagship phone, the V17 Pro, priced at P21,999. The V17 Pro highlights its camera system, equipped with 2 front cameras and 4 rear cameras. It features a pop-up camera on the front, but this time there are two cameras, ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsOct 10th, 2019Related News

OPPO A5 2020: Price, specs, features in the Philippines

MANILA, Philippines – OPPO officially launched the A5 2020 in the Philippine market to round up its A Series 2020 line-up. The A5 phone will cost you around P10,990, and will go up against other midranged phones in the market such as Xiaomi’s Mi A3, the Vivo Y12, and the ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsOct 10th, 2019Related News

NBA postpones media sessions in Shanghai amid China rift

By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press NBA Commissioner Adam Silver told the Brooklyn Nets and Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday that the league is still expecting them to play as scheduled this week, even while the rift between the league and Chinese officials continued in ways that clearly suggested the two planned games in Shanghai and Shenzhen were anything but guaranteed. The NBA called off scheduled media sessions Wednesday for both teams. At least two other NBA events to be held Wednesday before the start of the China games were canceled as part of the fallout that started after Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey posted a since-deleted tweet last week that showed support for anti-government protesters in Hong Kong. "Given the fluidity of the situation, today's media availability has been postponed," the league said. They were not rescheduled Wednesday, though having them on Thursday — game day in Shanghai — remains possible. Later Wednesday in Washington, a bipartisan group of lawmakers — including the rare alignment of Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York — sent a letter to Silver saying the NBA should show the "courage and integrity" to stand up to the Chinese government. They asked the NBA to, among other things, suspend activities in China until what they called the selective treatment against the Rockets ends. "You have more power to take a stand than most of the Chinese government's targets and should have the courage and integrity to use it," the lawmakers told Silver. The NBA did not have any immediate comment on the letter, and it was unclear if Silver had even seen the document. In Shanghai, the mood surrounding the game that — if played — will feature LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and other big NBA names was anything but festive. An NBA Cares event that was to benefit the Special Olympics was called off, as was a "fan night" celebration that was to be highlighted by the league announcing plans to refurbish some outdoor courts in that city. And workers in multiple spots around Shanghai were tearing down large outdoor promotional advertisements for Thursday's Lakers-Nets game. The teams are also supposed to play Saturday in Shenzhen. Chinese smartphone maker Vivo has joined the list of companies that have suspended ties with the NBA for now, only adding to the uncertainty surrounding the China games. Vivo was a presenting sponsor of the Lakers-Nets games, and on Wednesday there was no reference to the game in Shanghai on the list of upcoming events scheduled at Mercedes-Benz Arena. Other firms such as apparel company Li-Ning announced similar moves earlier this week, as the rift was just beginning. Silver said Tuesday in Tokyo that he supports Morey's right to free speech. Several Chinese companies have suspended their partnership with the NBA in recent days, and Chinese state broadcaster CCTV said it will not broadcast the Lakers-Nets games. "I'm sympathetic to our interests here and to our partners who are upset," Silver said. "I don't think it's inconsistent on one hand to be sympathetic to them and at the same time stand by our principles." All around China, stores that sell NBA merchandise were removing Rockets-related apparel from shelves and many murals featuring the Rockets — even ones with Yao Ming, the Chinese great who played for Houston during his NBA career — were being painted over. Effects were even felt in at least one NBA arena Tuesday night. In Philadelphia, where the 76ers were playing a Chinese team — the Guangzhou Loong Lions — two fans were removed by arena security for holding signs and chanting in support of Hong Kong. The signs read "Free Hong Kong" and "Free HK." The sentiment was not different from Morey's since-deleted tweet last week of an image that read, "Fight For Freedom. Stand With Hong Kong." The 76ers and Wells Fargo Center, the team's home arena, released statements Wednesday confirming that the fan removal took place and explaining why. "During the second quarter of last night's 76ers game, Wells Fargo Center security responded to a situation that was disrupting the live event experience for our guests," the arena's statement said. "After three separate warnings, the two individuals were escorted out of the arena without incident. The security team employed respectful and standard operating procedures." The NBA is not the first major corporation to deal with criticism from China over political differences. Mercedes-Benz, Delta Air Lines, hotel operator Marriott, fashion brand Zara and others also have found themselves in conflicts with China in recent years. After Morey's tweet was deleted, Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta said Morey does not speak for the organization. Joe Tsai, who recently completed his purchase of the Nets and is a co-founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, has said the damage to the NBA's relationship with China "will take a long time to repair." ___ Reynolds reported from Miami. AP Sports Writer Dan Gelston in Philadelphia and Associated Press writer Yanan Wang in Beijing contributed to this report......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsOct 9th, 2019Related News

Apple releases Philippine prices for iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max

MANILA, Philippines – Prices for this year's iPhones have been released by Apple  on their product website.  The base iPhone 11 model's price will start at P47,990. In Apple's price tiers, the base iPhone 11 replaces the iPhone XR, which started at 50,990 last year, meaning the "budget" current-generation ........»»

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Vivo, Tencent pulling out of NBA deals over Hong Kong tweet

  MANILA, Philippines – Chinese tech brands, including smartphone firm Vivo and internet juggernaut Tencent, said they are pulling out of the deals they have with the National Basketball Association (NBA) after Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey expressed his support for the protests in Hong Kong in a tweet.  According to TechCrunch , ........»»

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Oil price cuts this week

Oil price cuts this week.....»»

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NAGREKLAMO kamakailan ang Department of Energy sa ‘madayang’ dagdag-bawas ng presyo ng mga produktong petrolyo ng mga kompanyang langis. Unang nagkaroon ng malakihang dagdag-presyo o oil price hike dalawang linggo makaraang may bumomba sa pinakamalaking dalawang pasilidad sa langis sa Saudi Arabia. Makaraang humupa ang problema, nagkaroon naman ng bawas-presyo. Ayon sa DOE, dapat umanong […] The post MADAYANG DAGDAG-BAWAS SA PRESYO NG LANGIS appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Source: Remate RemateCategory: NewsOct 4th, 2019Related News

Inflation continues downtrend in September

Consumer price growth continued its downtrend in September on the back of lower food prices and utility costs, the Philippine Statistics Authority reported Friday......»»

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CA affirms indictment of Calata shareholders

THE Court of Appeals (CA) affirmed the indictment of eight shareholders of Calata Corp. over trading activities that artificially inflated the price of the company’s shares and consequently induced the…READ.....»»

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Farmgate palay price down 30% in mid-Sept

THE national average farmgate price of palay (unmilled rice) declined in the second week of September to P16.18 per kilogram, down 30.1 percent from P23.14/kg a year ago, the Philippine…READ.....»»

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iPhone 11 to arrive October 25 in the Philippines

MANILA, Philippines – Apple’s new iPhones, the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, will arrive in the Philippines on October 25, according to the updated product page on Apple’s website.  No price has been announced yet but interested buyers should expect formal pricing before ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsOct 3rd, 2019Related News

Paliwanag sa “One-time, big-time” oil price hike hiningi… DOE nagbanta vs oil companies

POSIBLENG masam­pahan ng kaso ang mga kompanya ng langis at matanggalan ng certi­ficates of compliance kapag hindi nabigyang katuwiran sa loob ng tat­long araw ang ipinatupad na “one-time, big-time” oil price hike. Sinabi ni Energy Assistant Secretary Bodie Pulido, pinadalhan ng “show-cause order” ng Department of Energy (DOE) ang mga kompan­ya ng langis para pag­paliwanagin ........»»

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