With 2019 coming to a close, Google Philippines has revealed the most searched terms for the year. Topping the list is a term that might not be familiar to most Filipinos: Omegle, which is the free online video and chat site.
The digital exports of the Philippine are projected to grow rapidly by 218 percent to hit $11.3 billion by 2030 if the country would adopt domestic legislation and international agreements on digital trade.
Benjamin “Benjie” Tan, the Filipino engineer who installed and switched on the Cisco router that allowed the Philippines to connect to the Internet for the first time 25 years ago, has died.
Looking ahead to 2020, collecting data from various systems, tools and devices and the application of analytics, AI and machine learning will gain speed.
The MarCoPay app will utilize QR codes that vessel masters and seafarers could use to manage, receive, spend, and remit their salaries in the form of e-money.
Florida-based Syniverse was chosen as the mobile number portability service provider (MNPSP) after a rigorous technical and commercial evaluation process, the telcos revealed.
Red Circle Global has created a digital solution platform that enables parents and guardians to have their own online accounts through which they can monitor the activities and whereabouts of their kids.
The breathtaking 3D video mapping show is inspired by the world’s most iconic ceiling murals from local and international churches such as Italy’s Sant’Andrea della Valle and the Sistine Chapel.