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Pacquiao avenges loss

The long wait was well worth it for Manny Pacquiao, who regained his pride, soothed his bruised ego and became a world champion again Saturday night, scoring a 12-round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten Tim Bradley before a near-sellout crowd of 15,601 at the MGM Grand.

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Get tough, step on it

With all the great machines coming and going every now and then, it’s easy to overlook others. Looking back, with a growing demand of “tough” devices, Acer had one drifting for some time. Now getting noticed is the Acer TravelMate 8481, a tough mobile workstation for professionals. It’s also Manila Bulletin’s standard laptop for reporters.

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PBA press corps officers

Veteran sportswriter Barry Pascua of Bandera leads the new set of officers in the Philippine Basketball Association Press Corps.

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Lenovo stacks up “PC+ era” wagon

A couple of years ago technology boomed with smart devices hitting the market. Each year more and more gadgets are introduced to us, many of them try to bridge the gaps of functionality but making all-in-one devices. Some people have called this the “Post PC era” as PCs stand on imminent threat from tablets and smartphones due to portability, versatility, and let’s say, even cool factor.

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Eman Monfort tries to conquer the PBA mountains

The scheduled writeup for 24-year-old Emmanuel “Eman” Monfort is set to come out next month through Manila Bulletin’s Sport Digest but with the many insights that he was able to share during out meeting, we could not help but give the readers a glimpse of what to expect from the humble cager from Iloilo City.

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PBA Throwback: “The Scholar” and “the Skywalker”

In 1987, the PBA partnered with the International Basketball Association (IBA) (a newly formed league in the United States for players 6-foot-4 and below) and staged a mini tournament.

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