If you were hoping to acquire a Nokia 6 in the Philippines, chances are, you might have missed your chance. The handset went on sale via a third party and was sold out - despite the $100 markup.
In what seems to be an effort towards suppressing child pornography, the Philippine government has now banned access to legitimate adult websites like Pornhub and xvideos.
Facebook has released a stripped-down version of its Facebook app, called Facebook Lite. The app is designed for users that have a slow and unreliable 2G internet connection on their mobile devices.
A carrier in the Philippines is currently offering free usage of Skype Qik for three months. However, despite promoting the app's availability on Windows Phone, the platform is not part of the promo.
The first Android One devices will soon go on sale in the Philippines - the Cherry One and MyPhone Uno - but it's not clear which version of Android the new handsets will be running at launch.
Cherry Mobile is the latest brand to sign up as a Windows Phone partner, with two new handsets - including perhaps the most affordable Windows Phone ever, at just $69 - and two Windows 8.1 tablets.
Sprint is waiving all calling and text messaging fees made from the U.S. to the Philippines in the wake of the disastrous typhoon, plus is donating some of its own money to help out the cause.
Irwin Tieng, a prominent Filipino politician, has put forth the possibility of a bill echoing SOPA, which was rejected earlier this year after major internet protesting.
Nokia has officially launched the Lumia 610 smartphone, its latest addition to the Lumia family. The low budget (and low memory) Windows Phone device went on sale Saturday in the Philippines.