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That time of the year: Smart, Globe tussle over new iPhone

Ever since Smart Communications got the chance to join the Apple party, the local launch of a new iPhone model has become an anticipated and amusing contest between the PLDT-owned mobile operator and its main competitor Globe Telecom.

Double outsourcing: PLDT unveils call-center-as-a-service

PLDT, through its Alpha Enterprise group, said it launched the cloud-based service to provide call center operators a ?cost-effective solution for software licensing and managed ICT."

IDC: Nokia making impressive progress with new devices

IDC said the pace at which Nokia has developed and launched new devices since adopting the Windows Phone platform continues to impress.

Forum: PH on leading edge of tech innovations, but needs more patents

The Philippines is on the cusp of becoming one of the world?s leading innovators in the tech industry, particularly in the areas of solutions in the areas of disaster preparedness, healthcare, and social services. But the country needs to produce more patents for new technologies every year.

Farmers, critics turn to Web to fight ?Golden Rice?

An alliance of farmers, ecological agriculture, and safe food advocates has opened an online petition on World Food Day 2013 to raise awareness on the dangers of Golden Rice, a genetically modified organism (GMO).

Aquino stands by P8-B PCARI project

For the first time since a controversy broke out regarding the legality of the program, Pres. Benigno S. Aquino III spoke out in defense of the Philippine-California Advanced Research Institutes or PCARI Project.

Donations via text messaging for quake victims pushed

Sen. Alan Peter S. Cayetano has bared plans to push for an institutionalized system of enabling Filipinos to send donations for victims of calamities via text messages in the wake of the powerful earthquake that struck the Visayas region last week.

PC shipments in Asia-Pacific down 12% in Q3

IDC study showed that the Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) PC market increased 2% quarter-on-quarter but declined 12% year-on-year in 2013 Q3 to reach 27.8 million units, 1% lower than IDC's initial forecasts.

Microsoft PH touts updated version of Windows 8

Consumers with a Windows 8 device can download the free update via the online Windows Store. Windows 8.1 will also be available on new devices and as boxed software at retail locations around the world.

Cable TV, Internet pilferage law all set as NTC issues IRR

A law that penalizes the pilfering of cable TV and Internet connections is expected to take effect about two weeks from now as the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) issued on Oct. 16 the legislation?s implementing rules and regulations (IRR).
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