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E-commerce firm unveils ‘online seal’ solution in PH

Skyy Services, a Hong Kong-based provider of e-commerce solutions, has just launched in the Philippines its SkyyGuard service, an online trust seal solution for government, private, and public regulatory agencies worldwide.

‘Big 4’ US banks now in PH with new Bank of America BPO unit

Bank of America Corp. (BA), the second-largest US-based financial holding company with global assets of $2.13 trillion, has directly outsourced its business support activities to the Philippines via a newly formed non-bank subsidiary.

You can brawl, but don’t miss the point

Christopher Lao must have been right all along. If only the passengers were ?informed? that their bags have been offloaded, none of this would have happened. No brawl would have ensued.

For Mother’s Day, Pinoys turning to Internet for ideas

With Mother?s Day coming up fast, a look at searches conducted on Google.com.ph shows that the Internet is the go-to destination for Pinoys looking for information and gift ideas.

IBM, DOST team up to build R&D lab

BIG COLLABORATION. IBM Philippines chief Mariels Almeda Winhoffer (right) and DOST Sec. Mario Montejo exchange copies of the MOU establishing the first ?Philippine Systems and Technology R&D Laboratory? in the country. The signing ceremony, held in Malaca?ang on Thursday, was witnessed by Pres. Noynoy Aquino and Sen. Edgardo Angara (hidden).

NICP chief hits gov’t inaction on ICT bills

The head of ICT councils in the Philippines has warned that crucial ICT bills passed by Congress recently are in danger of ?going into waste? if the government would continue to drag its foot in approving it.

Anti-virus firm: Not true that Macs don’t get viruses

The massive Flashfake attack on thousands of Mac computers has formally exposed the vulnerability of Apple?s operating system.

House to probe RFID tagging scheme of LTO

Lawmakers said there is a need to clarify why transport operators are against the RFID project, which they described as a "money-making scheme."

PH gov’t: We don’t condone hacking of Chinese websites

With the escalation of hostilities between Chinese and Filipino hackers in cyberspace, the Philippine government has released a statement on Tuesday saying it is "not condoning nor encouraging" the retaliatory attacks by local hacker groups.

Samsung rolls out ‘future-proof’ Smart TV

Samsung said it is the only company that offers the benefits of the latest TV technology year after year, without purchasing a brand new set.

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