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Daily Archives: Jul 26, 2016

New DOST chief vows more R&D to spur dev’t in countryside

In his message, DOST secretary Fortunato dela Pena said the government under the administration of Pres. Rodrigo Duterte is determined to harness the benefits of science and technology to spur development especially in the countryside to boost inclusive growth.

Expert on learning analytics to speak at Asian open university confab

Dr. Dragan Gasevic, professor and chair in learning analytics at the University of Edinburgh and one of the world?s leading experts in the field, will deliver a keynote address at the 30th Annual Conference of the Association of Asian Open Universities (AAOU2016) on October 28, 2016 at the Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria.

Consumers crave advanced tech in new car purchases: survey

Findings from the new survey indicated that new advanced technologies and increased connectivity are driving consumer preferences as they consider new vehicles.

NetSuite exec: Cloud trumps open-source when it comes to applications

Although relatively newer compared to open-source technology, cloud computing has soared in use and popularity because of one distinct advantage: applications.

More than half of PC users in PH have yet to upgrade to Windows 10

According to web traffic analysis tool StatCounter, 56.4 percent of PCs in the Philippines are still running on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, both of which are eligible for the free Windows 10 upgrade offer.

Gloves are off as Globe hits PCC?s ?extra judicial stance and mob rule?

In fighting form, Globe Telecom has denounced the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) for supposedly blocking its joint purchase of SMC?s telco assets and feeding wrong information to the media regarding a recent order of the Court of Appeals (CA).

Duterte’s first SONA speech, off-the-cuff comments light up Twitter

As expected, many Twitter users also made light of some highlights during the speech, welcoming the president?s serious message with humor.

Gartner: By 2020, ?cloud shift? will affect $1-T in IT spending

IT spending is steadily shifting from traditional IT offerings to cloud services (cloud shift). The aggregate amount of cloud shift in 2016 is estimated to reach $111 billion, increasing to $216 billion in 2020.

As Pinoys snap up more gadgets, financing firm sees bullish times ahead

Home Credit, which set up shop in the country in 2013 with P2 billion in investment, is buoyed by the receptive response of Filipinos who use its offerings to buy mostly electronic gadgets and home appliances.
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