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TIEZA rolls out online payment facility for travel tax

The Online Travel Tax Payment System (OTTPS) is an Internet-based payment portal designed to provide a more convenient way of paying travel taxes.

PLDT partially divests from Germany’s Rocket Internet

PLDT bought 10 percent of Rocket Internet for 333 million euros or $445 million.

Recto: Install jobsite camera and livestream Boracay, Marawi rehab

The rehabilitation of Marawi City and Boracay can be the two pilot areas of a new government project that will use drones, satellite imaging, and other cutting-edge technology that will monitor the progress of big-ticket infrastructure projects, Senator Ralph Recto said.

In light of P900-M Bitcoin scam, Senate urged to pass cryptocurrency bill

Senator Leila M. de Lima has urged her fellow senators to push for the swift passage of her bill that seeks to impose stiffer penalties for crimes involving cryptocurrencies to prevent a repeat of the recent P900-million pyramiding "scam" disguised as a Bitcoin investment.

DTI, DOST team up to promote innovation among local MSMEs

Innovation is when you fix something, even if it?s not broken. In entrepreneurship, continuous innovation in products, processes, business model, is the only way to survive.

Facebook signs up Rappler, Vera Files for fact-checking program in PH

Beleaguered social media giant Facebook has tapped Rappler and Vera Files as local partners for its third-party fact-checking program in the Philippines.

Unauthorized cryptocurrency mining struck PH, report says

The relatively unknown coin-mining Trojan "Rarog" has been linked to over 166,000 infections worldwide ? the majority of which are in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Russia.

Uber ordered to continue PH operations until PCC review is complete

The directive also puts Grab's move to acquire its competitor to a halt while the antitrust commission is reviewing the deal.

DepED steps up computerization program with rollout of new PCs

The Department of Education is launching a new set of computer packages to public schools this school year.
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