Sunday, May 25, 2014

Hearthstone Guide: How to Beat a Murloc or Rush Deck

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As you climb to the higher ranks in Hearthstone matches, I’m sure you’ve encountered opponents whose decks consist of cards that can easily beat you in less than five turns. If you keep losing to these Murloc or rush deck users, read this guide to learn some easy countermeasures.

Hearthstone Complete Murloc Cards

Friday, May 23, 2014

Offline Trading: How to Trade Dota 2 Items with Offline Users

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Found a random player who’s putting the item you most want up for trade, but he’s currently offline? No worries. Valve has implemented a way to let a user make an offer without waiting for the other party to be online at the same time. Here’s how.

Dota 2 - How to Trade Offer

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

How to Renew Your BDO American Express Credit Card

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As my credit card neared its expiration date, I wondered what I should do in order to renew it. My first BDO American Express credit card only arrived in my mail one day without notice from the bank, and the accompanying papers containing the terms and conditions didn’t mention anything about card renewal. But with a couple of customer service inquiries, I found out how to do so.

How to renew expiring credit card

Monday, May 12, 2014

Hay Day diamond guide: add confirmation before spending

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Diamonds in the farming game Hay Day is a precious currency, and yet the game somehow encourages accidental spending on unwanted upgrades and purchases. Here’s how you can keep your diamonds secure.

Hay Day diamond confirm button - double tap

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

How to Forfeit/Surrender in Dota 2

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Losing a game and defeat a certainty? The logical thing to do would be to surrender then and there. Read on to find out how to end a Dota 2 match without incurring an abandon and matchmaking penalty for leaving.

How to Forfeit in Dota 2

Friday, May 2, 2014

Don’t buy local smartphones in the Philippines

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Okay, the post title may sound harsh and rather makes me a self-hating Filipino, but hear me out. Low-priced local brands have been popping up all over the country, all eager to dominate the market as Philippine consumers become more accustomed to smartphones instead of just feature phones. The sad thing is that many of their cheap handsets boast only just that: being cheap. Build quality, aftersales service, and user experience are a whole different story.

Cherry Mobile Apollo