In this image provided by Gradient S.A., is seen the company's smartphone with the iPhone brand. A Brazilian consumer electronics manufacturer has begun selling smartphones with the iPhone brand, a trademark it has the right to use in Latin America's biggest country. Gradiente SA says in a statement that in 2008 the government gave it the right to use the brand on its cellphones and the "exclusive rights to produce and sell them in Brazil." AP Photo/Gradient S.A.

Share It




  • Aquino, De Lima: A budding romance?
  • After libel raps, adultery case filed vs INC man; he says ‘Wow!’
  • Peña releases P117-M ‘allowances’ Makati teachers missed since ’98
  • Roy Señeres: knight in shining armor
  • Court help sought for tower repair
  • Sports

  • NLEX trips Kings in OT
  • Carlos holds off Quiban; Superal sustains hot run
  • Fil-foreigners’ legion to the rescue
  • Global takes on Archers; gifted Nazari marked man
  • PH hosts Asian t’kwondo q’fier for Rio Olympics
  • Lifestyle

  • Truly, madly, theatrically: 6 couples and how the stage brought them together
  • Stage version of ‘Frozen’ to kick off in Denver in 2017
  • What we do for love–to tell, in this case, stories of love
  • ‘#Popepular’ proves popular in Cagayan de Oro City
  • Where to go for Valentine staycation
  • Entertainment

  • Anak TV honors child-friendly TV programs and stars
  • #SquadGoals: Crush the fashion game with your crew at GoodVybes
  • Barry Manilow rushed to hospital, cancels shows
  • Stalking defendant says he wanted Paltrow to forgive him
  • Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie get matching tattoos from Thai ‘master’
  • Business

  • Trade groups seek repeal of SEC rulings
  • Big jump in office space inventory seen
  • Few solar projects sign up for incentives scheme
  • Gov’t mulls over perks for firms adopting inclusive business policies
  • P24-B loan OKd for LRT-1 extension
  • Technology

  • Facebook offers free ads to users who counter terror speech–report
  • Myspace still exists? Yes, and now Time Inc. owns it
  • Indonesia bans ‘gay’ emojis on messaging apps
  • What We Know: Scientists find Einstein’s gravity waves
  • Lego arm for disabled kids wins digital innovation prize
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, February 13, 2016
  • Of the highest urgency
  • Who says career officials are shielded from politics?
  • Finest love songs in Filipino
  • Beautified center island left to ‘rot’
  • Global Nation

  • Filipino-owned home health care is among ‘100 TOP Work Places’
  • Would-be buyers eat up PH exhibits at Winter Fancy Food Show
  • Spanish coast guard rescues 5 Filipino sailors in storm
  • Channel PH Network joins ONEm mobile ecosystem
  • Fil-Am aces calculus test, gets Obama invite to White House
  • Marketplace