Saturday, March 24, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9+:Things to know about it

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Samsung is a South Korean Multinational Company which is known for their Electronic Products. Samsung plays a major role in developing the Economic impact of South Korea. 

Samsung entered India by rolling out best budget phones in the year 2000 where it helped both middle-class people and below poverty group in Maharashtra also the phone helped in motivating others by getting to know local news and International news by sitting at one place.

Samsung Company is known for the advancements which bring in every stage of their products and helps in growing constantly day by day. The Company Started with budget phones than to feature phones and now coming with the smartphones.

Samsung S series successor which is S9 and S9 plus are rolled out in India for 64 thousand rupees where it comes with 6.2 inches super AMOLED screen with good pixel density. 

The camera ranges from 12MP phase detection which one can capture good photographs of top engineering colleges of Maharashtra which helps in both advertising their college and showcasing the nature of Maharashtra.

Also, Samsung S9 plus gives a Very good capacity of battery backup like 3500 mAh where theTop Engineering colleges in Maharashtra used this for teaching students by the help of Digital boards also the students who read in those colleges are making use of this mobile phone by educating the people who are illiterate. 

Students are showing the video lectures and the photos of Maharashtra for the people who have come to visit India. The Students are using this phone for a worthy cause wherein they educate people also they develop tourism of Maharashtra.

Central University of Common Entrance Test (CUCET 2018) board started using Samsung S9 plus by looking at the security measures given in that phone like iris scanner and Finger Printed scanner (rear mounted). These features turned out to be so secured even the android 8.0 Oreo used here serve better security levels by keeping the database unhacked by the Third Party people. 

Samsung S9 plus gives a variety of opportunities for consumers by offering 64GB/128 GB/256 GB of storage space where one can store the data according to space he has taken. Samsung has given one more choice for the buyers if the person has completed the space he can store the data into Cloud Storage by encrypting it.

CUCET board lecturers started using this phone as it is giving good storage space and good battery backup. The chip used here is Exynos 9810 Octa which is known to be the fastest processor where it can go up to its extent to perform and give the better outputs for the people who have purchased it. As the phone comes with Corning Gorilla glass 5 (toughest) to get the break into pieces.

The top students of Maharashtra are doing the projects based on this like even how better this phone can become by doing some drop test or water test.Samsung is always known for its cutting-edge Technology which can mesmerize consumers by looking at the Features of the phone.

Monday, March 19, 2018

ColorManila CM Paradise Run at Clark, Pampanga

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ColorManila, the country’s number one fun-run organizer, brought its newest franchise - CM Paradise Run to Clark, Pampanga, last March 18, 2018.  

The event was co-presented by Honda, with Clark Development Corporation (CDC), as the official venue partner; which served as host to the first CM Paradise Run concept held outside of Manila, to the delight of over 3,000 runners who joined the event.

ColorManila’s VP Justine Cordero says, “It’s the first time that we brought the CM Paradise Run franchise outside of Manila, and it is only fitting to bring it here to Clark, Pampanga.  Clark happens to be currently our biggest market outside of Manila, and for the past 18 months alone, we’ve had around 20,000 runners in our various events held here.”

The CM Paradise Run - Clark leg, co-presented by Honda, gave the runners an early feel of a summer escape to the beach or to paradise, with the various color stations adorned with palm trees, hammocks and garlands, which only served as a perfect backdrop to their selfies with friends and family.

After the race, thousands of runners got to experience the freshest and newest mixes of the DJ’s at ColorManila’s trade mark CM Color Festival, where color powder was thrown in the air as the participants danced and grooved to the music of DJ’s on stage.

After CM Paradise Run Clark, ColorManila will head off to Laoag on March 24 for CM Paradise Run - Laoag leg, and Laguna for the CM Paradise Run - Laguna leg on April 8, 2018, which will be held at Greenfield, its official venue partner.

CM Paradise Run for both the Laoag leg on March 24 and Laguna leg on April 8, have three (3) race distances, 3K, 5K and 10K.  As for the kits, runners for both events can choose from the Deluxe Kit, Rockstar Kit and the Superstar Kit.  

The Deluxe Kit, which is priced at P750, comes with a dri-fit shirt, sunglasses, race bib, color packet and a finisher’s medal.

While the Rockstar Kit, priced at P1,050, comes with a dri-fit shirt, sunglasses, race bib, color packet, finisher’s medal, drawstring bag and headwear.

Finally, the Superstar Kit, priced at P1,500, comes with a dri-fit shirt, sunglasses, race bib, color packet, finisher’s medal, drawstring bag, headwear and a finisher’s singlet.

Registration is still ongoing for both CM Paradise Run - Laoag leg and CM Paradise Run - Laguna leg. For more information, visit

Photo Caption: Thousands of CM Paradise Run participants seen here dancing to the music of the DJ after their run, at Clark Parade Grounds, located at Pampanga.

Richard Corminal Will Never Back Down From Any Big Challenge

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Since directing his career path to ONE Championship in 2017, it has not been easy for Filipino standout Richard Corminal as his run in the promotion has turned into a turbulent rollercoaster ride.
With every win in his professional record coming by way of knockout, Corminal has made a statement in each of his victories as for the knockout artist called “Notorious,” talking with his hands in the cage is something that comes naturally.
However, his billing somewhat lost its luster after falling short in his last two outings inside the ONE Championship cage.
In his promotional debut, Corminal yielded to Thai superstar Shannon Wiratchai by way of first-round knockout in March 2017.
A victory under the promotion’s banner remained elusive to Corminal last November when he bowed down to French veteran Arnaud Lepoint via first-round submission.
Although Corminal has suffered some hard defeats in ONE Championship, he has used them as learning tools in an effort to make himself a better martial artist.
Corminal has opened his eyes and acknowledged the different areas of his game that needs to be strengthened.
“I am focusing more on my defense,” he explained. “I trust my striking game, but I think there is a lot to improve on my ground defense.”
Following two-straight setbacks on the grandest martial arts stage, the 36-year-old Filipino lightweight sets his sights on a colossal goal at ONE: IRON WILL as he plans to place himself back on the winning track by spoiling the highly-anticipated professional debut of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu legend Garry Tonon.
Corminal squares off with Tonon on the undercard of ONE: IRON WILL, which takes place at the Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand on Saturday, 24 March.
“Garry Tonon is a legend in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and considered one of the best in submission grappling. I know what he is capable of doing on the mat,” he said of Tonon.
Hailing from New Jersey in the United States, Tonon began wrestling in primary school, competing as an amateur before being introduced to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at the age of 14.
Under the tutelage of coach Tom deBlass and the legendary Ricardo Almeida, Tonon would go on to win multiple IBJJF No-Gi world championships in different belts.
In September 2013, Tonon’s hard work on the mat finally paid off as deBlass and Almeida awarded him a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Shortly after, his professional grappling career began as Tonon would later win multiple titles at the Eddie Bravo Invitational and Metamoris professional grappling leagues.
Tonon made his first appearance inside the ONE Championship cage when he took on Japanese legend Shinya “Tobikan Judan” Aoki in the promotion’s first-ever Grappling Super-Match in May 2017.
The 26-year-old American grappling prodigy won the contest against Aoki impressively via heel hook submission.
Even though he has a tough opposition in front of him at ONE: IRON WILL, Corminal is motivated to give his American opponent a rude awakening.
“I like challenges. It makes me excited. I will do my best. I’ve worked hard just to make it here in ONE Championship. I won’t waste this opportunity,” he guaranteed.
Corminal is confident that if Tonon takes him lightly in his mixed martial arts debut, it would be a catastrophic mistake.
“His confidence might be high for someone who is going to compete his first mixed martial arts bout because he is a legend in his own discipline. I hope he trained very well for this. If not, it’s going to be a hard night for him,” he warned.
“One thing is for sure, I will never back down from a challenge. Whether it’s big or small, I will show up to face the challenge,” Corminal added.
According to Corminal, a decisive win over Tonon will prove that he has the talent and ability to compete on the global stage.
“I treat every match in ONE Championship as a blessing. I know deep in my heart that I belong here, but the world sees it differently. My desire is to get the win and flourish as a martial artist in this organization,” he concluded.

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IPC Shares Game Changing Nature of Productivity Apps to Kick Off ​​#DiscoverDigital Seminar Series

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Local cloud services pioneer IPC (IP Converge Data Services, Inc.) opened its digital transformation seminar series this year with an insightful discourse on how productivity applications are changing the workplace for the better.

Dubbed as ‘Business over Beers,’ the first of IPC’s #DiscoverDigital series for 2018 was recently held at ASPACE Greenbelt, Makati. The event gathered more than 40 business representatives -- whose core competencies range from Information Technology, Media, Finance, General Trade, and Professional Services to discuss how cloud-based solutions like Google Maps, Google Chrome and Chrome devices, and G Suite can help boost office productivity, communication and collaboration.

Google works far more than just its search engine and email feature. Google Maps, for instance, aids in brand awareness and market research. It helps increase the business’ visibility online by managing its search ranking, as well as present data, locate mobile teams in real-time, and see how visitors use the maps’ functionalities.

Google Chrome provides organizations with advanced tools for a fast and secure web browsing experience, while its Chrome devices are managed and configured in the cloud and can take different forms -- from a conventional laptop, to a small box that plugs into any modern monitor, to a tiny device that plugs directly into an HDMI port on a screen. On the other hand, G Suite is a set of intelligent apps that can help employees share and work on documents at the same time, input data and create presentations, as well as interact with other employees.

Niño Valmonte, IPC’s Director for Marketing & Digital Innovationemphasized that “In the spirit of game changing, we came up with this live sitcom-type demo to show clients that, just like veering away from the usual events with product-centric slide presentations, there is a different and better way of getting work done faster, smarter, and easier. Optimum workplace productivity and operational efficiency is possible through Google’s G Suite, Maps API and various Chrome devices.”
With this activity, IPC invited businesses for a collaboration to use applications from Google Cloud, and see how these can improve the business.

IPC’s #DiscoverDigital campaign is composed of various activities that share the latest innovations, trends, and best practices that are shaping the world of business IT. These are addressed to empower Filipino enterprises and organizations, whether large or SMEs to keep ahead with the digital changes of the times.

To register for IPC’s #DiscoverDigital events, visit and follow IPC on FacebookLinkedIn, andTwitter.

Photo caption:

IPC Director for Marketing and Digital Innovation Niño Valmonte encourages business reps to find new and better ways to improve office productivity.

Catriona Gray Leads the Winning Queens of Bb. Pilipinas for 2018

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As evident from the constant cheers for Catriona Gray everytime she steps on stage, she wouldn't be the grand winner of the Miss Universe Philippines title if the crowd at the Araneta Coliseum does not believe in her appropriateness to win the top crown.

I have not heard anything louder than what I witnessed at the Big Dome. It was beyond deafening and we were not trained to exaggerate. I've watched previous runs of Bb. Pilipinas and nothing yet compares to how the crowd goes wild for Catriona. She totally captured the love and support of the people, in and out of the Coliseum.

The cheers for Catriona Gray, followed by Michelle Gumabao, are intoxicating since the two have constantly won the hearts of the audience at every category including the Q&A..

I'm totally sure that night that the two of them will be among the winners. ...and I was not wrong. Though you could almost predict without any doubt that Catriona will win the highest title, she may still make a mistake in the Q&A portion. But the lady is so confident that she aced it.

The only thing we were wondering is which titles will the runners up (meaning not only 2nd and 1st runners up but also the other 5 queens) get. It wasa good sight that all the 8 ladies called with recognition were given crowns. They are all deserving as beauty queens.

The great thing about watching live at the actual venue is you get to witness several behind the scene happenings ... including a Pia Wurtzbach Official singing to spend the waiting time before going on air as host of the Bb. Pilipinas (Official) grand coronation night. Kalog talaga ang Miss Universe natin.

Pia Wurtzbach is still my Bb. Pilipinas and Miss Universe -confidently beautiful with a heart queen - for being so wacky and fun-loving. I could say new winners should emulate her but our uniqueness, and imperfections, are what makes us more interesting. So Catrina has to set the level higher. Something which I thoroughly believe she can manage well.

Connect na connect sa crowd! This happened during th the delayed TV broadcast of ABS-CBN.

Congratulations to all the winners, and the rest of the candidates! Being among the 40 candidates is already an honor because the selection process before getting accepted as a candidate is as tough as some of the much-awaited Q&A.

Below is the official press release:
After weeks of rigorous screening, holistic trainings and activities, six worthy, modern and empowered women have been proclaimed as Binibining Pilipinas 2018 queens in the grand coronation held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on March 18.
All hail the new queens!

After weeks of rigorous screening, holistic trainings and activities, six worthy, modern and empowered women have been proclaimed as Binibining Pilipinas 2018 queens in the grand coronation held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on March 18.

Crowd favorite Catriona Gray, a 24-year-old professional model and musician from Albay was named Miss Universe Philippines. She wowed the judges with her message to the women of war-torn Marawi. The statuesque Rachel Peters, who finished in the top 10 of the Miss Universe 2017 pageant, crowned Gray.

Ma. Ahtisa Manalo, one of the youngest contestants in this batch and a fresh Accountancy graduate from Candelaria, Quezon, emerged as Binibining Pilipinas International. Mariel de Leon, who has a budding showbiz career passed her crown to Manalo.

Third time proved to be the charm for Jehza Mae Huelar, 23, from Davao City as she bagged the Binibining Pilipinas Supranational title. This was the third time Huelar joined the pageant. The amiable Chanel Olive Thomas, who finished in the Top 10 of the Miss Suparanation pageant crowned Huelar.

Registered nurse and law student Eva Psychee Patalinjug from Cebu was adjudged Binibining Pilipinas Grand International. Elizabeth Clenci, who emerged second runner up in Miss Grand International, passed her crown to Patalinjug.

Karen Gallman, a 25-year-old native of Bohol who worked as an analyst in London, was named Binibining Pilipinas Intercontinental. Katarina Rodriguez, who came so close to bringing the country’s first Miss Intercontinental crown, passed her title to Gallman.

Professional volleyball player, 25, from Quezon City was named Binibining Pilipinas Globe. Nelda Ibe, who brought pride to the country as Miss Globe first runner up, crowned Gumabao.

Actress Vickie Rushton emerged as first runner up, while competitive dancer Samantha Bernardo was named second runner up.

These lucky and lovely ladies, armed with beauty and wit, hope to live up to the Philippines’ reputation as a powerhouse in international pageants.

Pia Wurtzbach, the Philippines’ 3rd Miss Universe who won in 2015, hosted the ceremony with actor Richard Gutierrez.

The pageant paid homage to Filipino artistry, particularly designer Pitoy Moreno, a former member of the Binibinig Pilipinas Charities Inc. executive committee, who passed away last January 15.

The Top 15:

Binibini 1, Vickie Rushton
Binibini 3, Muriel Orais
Binibini 11, Aya Abesamis
Binibini 14, Samantha Bernardo
Binibini 15, Juliana Kapeundl
Binibini 17, Ma. Ahtisa Manalo
Binibini 19, Michele Gumabao
Binibini 20, Catriona Gray
Binibini 21, Anjame Magbitang
Binibini 24, Edjelyn Joy Gamboa
Binibini 26, Wynonah Buot
Binibini 31, Jehza Huelar
Binibini 32, Eva Patalinjug
Binibini 35, Sandra Lemonon
Binibini 38, Karen Gallman

Gray dominated the special awards as she was awarded Best in Long Gown, Best in Swimwear, Pitoy Moreno Best in National Costume, Jag Denim Queen and Miss Ever Bilena.

Gumabao was awarded Binibining Cream Silk, while Patalinjug was named Face of Binibini. Orais was awarded Binibining Philippine Airlines, while Bernardo was voted Manila Bulletin Reader’s Choice Award winner.

Semifinalist Shane Tormes was awarded Binibining Friendship and Binibining Best in Talent.

Caption: New Binibining Pilipinas Queens crowned, from left to right: Samantha Bernardo, second runner up; Michele Gumabao, Binibining Pilipinas Globe; Eva Patalinjug, Binibining Pilipinas Grand International; Catriona Gray, Miss Universe Philippines; Ma. Ahtisa Manalo, Binibining Pilipinas International; Jehza Mae Huelar, Binibining Pilipinas Supranational; Karen Gallman, Binibining Pilipinas Intercontinental; and Vickie Rushton, first runner up. Photo from Binibining Pilipinas Charities Inc. 
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