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Taguig university picked as PH pilot site for IBM’s tech education model

Created by IBM in 2011 and first implemented in public schools in New York, the P-TECH program creates a direct path between high school, college, and career by linking the education sector with local companies.

Passport maker belies Locsin’s claim, says no passport data leak

Michael Dalumpines, chairman of APO Production Unit Inc. (APUI), said in an interview with reporters that contrary to the claim of DFA secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr., no passport data were stolen.

OSG asked to review contracts of gov’t with data mgm’t providers

According to Sen. Nancy Binay, the Office of the Solicitor General should ensure that all contracts have a clause that all data handled by third-party data management providers would revert to the government even after the termination or end of its contract.

DICT’s cybersecurity unit to conduct probe on passport data fiasco

The agency said it is mandated to provide oversight on government agencies handling personal data in order to ensure its privacy and security.

5G as ‘silver bullet’ for smartphones will require new vendor strategies: report

It is expected that the use of 5G and flexible displays will be the catalysts to galvanize the industry, creating improved user experiences (UXs), while stimulating smartphone replacement rates.

Grace Poe warns RJ Jacinto on ‘common tower duopoly’

Under the draft memorandum circular crafted by presidential adviser on ICT Ramon Jacinto, a maximum of two independent tower companies may be registered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) in the first four years of the implementation of the policy.

Apple’s share of smartwatch market drops below 45% in 2H of 2018

While the overall smartwatch market is experiencing steady growth, Apple’s hold on share continues to slip.

Acer previews ‘game-changing’ convertible Predator Triton 900

The Predator Triton 900’s one-of-a-kind flipping screen allows for multiple gaming scenarios and better ergonomics

Int’l data privacy group names 2 Pinoys to Asia advisory board

The IAPP is a not-for-profit organization and is said to be the largest and most comprehensive global information privacy community and resource. The group counts more than 20,000 members across 83 countries.

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