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Smart reports wider lead in LTE speeds based on OpenSignal survey

The latest OpenSignal results, which covered the months of September to November, showed that Smart has established what it called ?clear leadership? in LTE/4G across the country, with nationwide average LTE download speeds of 11.7 Mbps (vs. 7.3 Mbps for that of the competitor).

Pinoy scholar develops ‘Iron Man’-like therapy device for stroke patients

Its inventor, Paul Baniqued, is one of the 25 awardees of the 2018 batch of the Newton Agham Program, a joint undertaking between the United Kingdom and the Philippines.

Senate S&T panel to tackle bills on Pinoy scientists and start-ups

The Senate Committee on Science and Technology is set to work on pending bills that are seen to benefit Filipino scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs when session resumes on Monday, January 15.

Solon seeks House approval of ‘Philippine Innovation Bill’

If enacted, the National Innovation Council (NIC), headed by the president, will be established.

McDonald’s links with PayMaya, starts to accept cashless payment

40 McDonald?s branches have begun accepting PayMaya transactions while McCaf? stores in BGC Arts Center and Tagaytay Calamba takes PayMaya QR payments.

SUCs get P10-million increase in budget for free Wi-Fi program

Sen. Loren Legarda on Friday, Jan. 12, said that all state universities and colleges (SUCs) will each receive an additional P10 million in their capital outlay this year for the purchase of school equipment and improvement of facilities within their respective campuses.

PC market posts first positive holiday quarter shipment in 6 years

In the Asean region, channel loading and promotions led to higher than expected sell-in in the Philippines and Indonesia.

Don’t forget public schools in free Wi-Fi program, says Bam

Sen. Paolo Benigno ?Bam? Aquino IV said the government should not forget public schools and state universities and colleges (SUCs) in the rollout of Republic Act 10929 or the Free Internet Access Program in Public Places.

Health startup brings telemedicine services to IP community in Bulacan

Established in 2015, KonsultaMD claims to be the first telemedicine company in the Philippines. Telemedicine is consultation with licensed doctors over the phone.

Pornhub reveals Pinoys still spent most time on site in 2017

Pornhub visitors from the Philippines spend considerable time on the adult site.
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