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Acer marks 40th year by unveiling ‘world’s thinnest notebook’

On its 40th founding anniversary, Taiwanese tech giant Acer unveiled on Sept. 17 the Aspire S7 notebook, which it described as the "world's thinnest." survey: Pinoys happiest employees in SE Asia

Another revelation from the study was that the happiest Filipino employees came from the public sector, based in Bicol Region, six months to one year in their jobs, fresh graduates, and specializing in hospitality industry.

Danish robotics firm introduces ‘co-bots’ in PH workplace

Universal Robots (UR) has tapped Elixir Industrial Equipment as its local distributor to introduce the former's collaborative robots, or ?co-bots?, to local industries.

Oppo intros ‘selfie expert’ F1s smartphone to selfie-obsessed Pinoys

Targeting selfie-crazy Filipino consumers, Chinese phone manufacturer Oppo has unveiled in the country the Oppo F1s, which the company has dubbed "selfie expert" smartphone.

‘Doc Finder’ wins digital healthcare contest, takes home $10,000 prize

An online e-health solution that can "find" a medical doctor after evaluating a diagnostic examination has been proclaimed as the winner in the recently concluded 2016 Digital Healthcare Innovation Challenge (DHIC).

Report: More than half of Pinoys satisfied with their digital experience

A study conducted by German software maker SAP has revealed that 54 percent of Filipino consumers are satisfied with the digital experiences that local ICT brands are offering.

Tesda planning to put 255 training programs online

In an attempt to generate more employment in country, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) is tapping the power of information technology by putting its 255 training programs online.

On 4th year, ‘Geeks on a Beach’ startup confab goes to Bohol

The event, which will be held on August 25-26, will have the theme "Empowering Startups, Leading Change? as the conference puts emphasis on startup communities or enterprises driven by innovation through software or applications.

Accenture study: ‘People first’ principle will fuel business success

Technology services provider Accenture recently revealed its annual study, dubbed "Accenture Technology Vision (ATV) 2016," which predicts success for companies embracing the "people first" principle.

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