Kazuhisa Hashimoto, Konami Code Creator, Has Passed Away

Kazuhisa Hashimoto

Remember this code? Kazuhisa Hashimoto, the creator of the Konami Code, has passed away. Kazuhisa Hashimoto, a programmer who created the Konami Code “Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start”, has passed away. This, as Yuji Takenouchi, through his Twitter post, confirmed Hashimoto’s passing, saying “We pray for the souls.” コナミコマンド「上上下下左右左右BA」の生みの親であるプログラマーの橋本和久さんが、昨夜、亡くなられたとのこと。ご冥福をお祈りいたします。 … Read more

Over 70 Devices Are Snapdragon 865 5G-powered, Says Qualcomm

Qualcomm

Over 70 devices were Snapdragon 865 5G-powered, according to Qualcomm. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. revealed in an announcement that there were over 70 devices with Snapdragon 865 5G Mobile Platform have been launched or in development. This, as Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. officially announced that global original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and brands — ASUS, Black Shark, Fujitsu … Read more

BREAKING NEWS: 2 People Test Positive for Coronavirus in Pakistan

Positive for Coronavirus in Pakistan

Health Minister Confirms 2 Persons Tested Positive for Coronavirus in Pakistan POSITIVE FOR CORONAVIRUS IN PAKISTAN – The health minister of Pakistan confirmed that two (2) persons tested positive for COVID-19. Several countries across the globe are battling against the 2019 novel coronavirus or the COVID-19. They are on tight guards to prevent the spread … Read more

BREAKING NEWS: Norway Confirms 1st Coronavirus Case

Norway Confirms 1st Coronavirus Case

Health Agency in Norway Confirms 1st Coronavirus Case in the Country NORWAY CONFIRMS 1ST CORONAVIRUS CASE – The health authorities in Norway recorded the first case of the novel coronavirus in the country. More and more countries across the globe are confirming positive cases of the 2019 novel coronavirus every day. Officially called as COVID-19, … Read more

Two Men On Motorcycle Dead On Dump Truck Collision in Binalbagan

Two Men

Two men riding on a motorcycle died on Wednesday morning after colliding with a dump truck at the municipality of Binalbagan. Based on the investigation from the Philippine National Police (PNP), a motorcycle was driven by Eddie Hornanero along with his companion, Pacio Jimenez. Both Eddie and Pacio met a dump truck at the curved … Read more

ABS-CBN In ‘Legal Limbo’ If Operates With Expired Franchise, Says Solon

ABS-CBN

ABS-CBN might be in “legal limbo” if the company continued to operate with an expired franchise, according to a lawyer. A lawmaker on Wednesday said that ABS-CBN might be in “legal limbo” if the company continued to operate after its broadcast franchise expires in May. This, as Albay 1st District Rep. Edcel Lagman encouraged his … Read more

JUST IN: Junior High School Student Stabbed By Unknown Suspect

Junior High School Student

Junior high school student stabbed by an unknown suspect, according to a concerned citizen. JUST IN – A Junior High School student of VMA Global College was reportedly stabbed by an unknown suspect at the campus. This, after a concerned citizen, who was also a student of the said campus in Bacolod City, posted photos … Read more

Saudi Arabia To Host World’s Richest Horse Race On February 29

Saudi Cup

Saudi Arabia will host this year’s Saudi Cup, the world’s richest horse race. Saudi Arabia will host the world’s richest horse race, the Saudi Cup, offering USD 20 million in cash prizes in order to boost its battered global image. This, as the Saudi Cup will be held at the King Abdulaziz Racetrack on February … Read more

Filipinos Repatriated From Japan Cruise Ship ‘Symptom-free’, Says DOH

Filipinos Repatriated

Filipinos repatriated from Diamond Princess cruise ship “all symptom-free” according to DOH. The Department of Health on Wednesday said that all Filipinos repatriated from Japan cruise ship has not shown any symptoms of COVID-19. This, as 411 Filipino crew members and four passengers of the Diamond Princess cruise ship would be quarantined for 14 days … Read more

White Police Officers Use Guns More Than Black Officers, Says US Study

White Police Officers

White police officers were more likely to use their firearms compared to black police officers, according to a US study. According to a recent study from the United States, white police officers were more likely to use their firearms compared to black police officers. This, after the said study was published on Monday, reinforcing a … Read more