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May 3, 2016

Rogue Life English Trailer Now Live

Witness the bullet hell and real life simulation of the upcoming shooter x role-playing game in action! Players looking for a unique mix of game genres can now see the crossover of shooter and role-playing game in the official Rogue Life English trailer streamed via OnPlay’s YouTube channel.

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Q1 sales grew by 23.8%

2016 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) registered a double-digit growth of 23.8% as it closed the first quarter of 2016. From January to March this year, MMPC sold a total of 14,688 units far better than the 11,849 units sold during the same period last year. Meanwhile, the industry registered growth of 21.6% for Q1 as reflected on the combined reports of the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) and Trucks Manufacturer of Association (TMA). These reports also showed that MMPC captured 19.2% market share keeping its spot as the second bestselling automotive brand in the country.

Kaspersky Lab experts discover why it’s so easy to make an ATM obey hacker commands

ATM Jackpotting

Almost any ATM in the world could be illegally accessed and jackpotted with or without the help of malware. According to research conducted by Kaspersky Lab experts, this is because of the widespread use of outdated and insecure software, mistakes in network configuration and a lack of physical security for critical parts of the ATM.

Hyundai kicks off the 1st quarter with 39% growth

Hyundai Elantra

Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), the official distributor of Hyundai vehicles in the country displayed bullish growth for the first three months of 2016. Ending the first quarter with 7,469 units, sales are up by 39% compared to the 5,364 units sold in the first quarter of the previous year. Quarter-on-quarter results also show auspicious results in automotive sales as the company also posted an identical 39% growth.

2016 Presidential Election Put the Country's ICT Growth Hanging in the Balance

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With the presidential election happening in a week, the country's ICT growth once again hangs in the balance. Election years in the Philippines have traditionally been both a boon and a bane for the country's ICT sector. While there is an election ban for major projects, there are great opportunities for ICT vendors and service providers due to election-related projects and various spending measures. However, elections also drive end users, particularly the enterprise sector, to a wait-and-see attitude toward spending, and some are forced to downgrade or altogether scrap any major ICT-related expenditure due to uncertainty.