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Twitter creates page for Typhoon ‘Pablo’ relief efforts

Micro-blogging site Twitter has created a home page where relief and rescue information can be found for victims of Typhoon "Pablo" that hit Mindanao on Dec. 4.

Survey: Firms see SDN ‘very important? to IT strategy

One-in-six IT managers intend to implement some form of SDN in less than 12 months, while 40% of those surveyed indicated that they would implement it in less than two years.

India’s Wipro grabs top spot in new green IT ranking

Global electronic companies must do more to end the use of climate changing dirty energy in their manufacturing and supply chains, according to a report released on Monday, Nov. 19, by Greenpeace International.

‘Black’ Facebook makes social networks see red

A scam saying that Facebook users can change their profile pages to have a black, rather than the trademark blue background is spreading widely on the popular social network.

Senior gov’t execs in Cebu to map out Asean ICT master plan

ICT officials from ten Asean member-states and ?dialog partners? from China, India, Japan, Korea, the European Union, and the ITU are meeting in Cebu to map out policy directions for Asean?s ICT initiatives for the coming year.

Nokia intros ‘Here’ digital map service

Struggling phone maker Nokia has introduced Here, which is touted as the first location cloud that can across multiple screens and operating systems.

Nat’l crime database proposed in Congress

A member of the House of Representatives has filed a bill calling for the creation of a national crime database to upgrade the country's crime fighting capabilities and to hasten the resolution of crimes.

Mobile industry to target 1.8B ‘unconnected’ users in next 5 years

In a new report, Wireless Intelligence calculates that there will be a total ?addressable? mobile subscriber base of around 5 billion people by 2017 ? up from about 4.7 billion this year.

More benefits for S&T workers pushed

A lawmaker is requesting the Committee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives to appropriate P787 million for the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) workers to cover the benefits of its science and technology workers mandated by Republic Act 8439.

Samsung unveils Galaxy Note II, Android camera in PH

Beauty queens Shamcey Supsup and Venus Raj (right) join executives of Samsung Philippines during the grandiose launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note II smartphone and Galaxy Camera at the Marriott Hotel in Pasay City on Tuesday night.

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