Tech giant Google has launched a “doodle” to celebrate the 123rd Philippine Independence Day.
The report forecast that 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), artificial reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), and robots would soon be leveraged to foster human connection.
However, the new survey from Visa found that only 32 percent of respondents are currently using services offered by a digital bank.
The “Stories of Accenture Philippines” campaign showcases five three-minute videos in a virtual film festival that will run from May to September.
The fresh milestone comes just after PLDT and Smart formalized their membership into the UK-based Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) last month. The latest list of 983 offensive links came from the IWF’s database, which can now be accessed by PLDT and Smart.
Ireland-based mobile load platform Ding has published its inaugural Global Prepaid Index (GPI), which revealed that Filipino respondents place a high priority on family in financial decision-making, particularly when compared to other countries.
Social media giant Facebook has launched “Digital Tayo 2.0”, an updated version of its digital literacy program that includes new modules on “Digital Engagement” and “Digital Empowerment”.
As the first speech language app to be fully in Filipino, the app aims to improve the children’s language skills by including sentence comprehension tasks and stories.