Pinoy software engineers share a typical workday at the Dyson software lab in Alabang and what makes them look forward to another day at the office.
An app developed by Filipino software startup Teemly Labs may change the landscape of appointment scheduling as the world continues to grapple with work-from-home arrangements and remote working teams brought about by the pandemic.
About 400 high-value software engineering jobs will be open to Filipinos, including fresh graduates, in the next three years at Dyson’s Technology and Engineering Center in Alabang, the British appliance manufacturer’s second key site in the Philippines.
Whether it’s the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic or burgeoning tech trends, local audio-visual house Hit Productions found that adaptability is necessary to make the most out of disruption.
The Android Earthquake Alerts System uses accelerometers in active Android smartphones to detect seismic activities.
Established in 2016, Makerlab Electronics provides affordable components and spare parts to help Filipino creators, designers, and hobbyists bring their ideas to life.
San Juan City-based GG Company Inc. has unveiled the GG Truck, which aims to gamify more than 42,000 barangays in the Philippines.
Researchers from the Technological Institute of the Philippines (TIP) have developed a battery that lights up the path of fisherfolks and cleans the polluted water at the same time.