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DICT taps Converge to bring free Wi-Fi in Ilocos, La Union towns

The DICT awarded Converge the contract to supply free Wi-Fi connectivity to 36 municipal sites in Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte and four municipal sites in La Union.

Garmin rolls out Venu 3 GPS smartwatches in PH

The Venu 3 and Venu 3S GPS smartwatches are now available for purchase and have a suggested retail price starting at ₱28,250.

Alibaba Cloud to power Asian Games core systems

Alibaba Cloud’ will support the first “Asian Games on the Cloud,” to facilitate more intelligent and efficient Asian Games, to be held in Hangzhou, the company’s headquarters, from September 23 to October 8.

New cases, accessories waiting for iPhone 15, Apple Watch

Right after the Apple keynote event, the brand unveiled its Ultra Bounce Case’s availability for the new iPhone series.

Scammers capitalizing on iPhone 15 release — Kaspersky

Kaspersky experts have uncovered a range of scams that exploit the excitement surrounding the product’s rollout.

NBA 2K24 featuring ‘Mamba moments’ debuts

Players can experience the past, present, and future of hoops culture with innovative updates in NBA 2K24.

Epson PH raises curtains on new laser home projector

The company said EH-LS800B provides an immersive big-screen experience on a screen size of up to 150 inches.

Converge ICT powers Italian resto in Puerto Galera

Il Capo Smoke Haus, an Italian restaurant in Puerto Galera, said it has drastically improved its operations by using a Converge Internet connection.

Converge ICT tops Netflix ISP Speed Index for July

Converge has consistently held the top rank in the Netflix Speed Index since the beginning of the year. However, July marks the second consecutive month in which Converge stands alone as the frontrunner in delivering seamless streaming experiences.

Ant Group brings 4 new mobile wallets in PH

The new mobile wallets include AlipayHK (Hong Kong SAR), Kakao Pay (South Korea), Touch ‘n Go eWallet (Malaysia) and Alipay (Chinese mainland), which have been accepted by Filipino merchants since 2017.

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