Articles about Philippines
Philippine government selects Japan's ISDB-T as the industry standard the country will use when it finally switches from analog to digital broadcasting, but the migration may still take years.
Lawmakers in the Philippines are again pushing for SIM registration, but the local telcos have yet to get behind the idea citing logistical hurdles and privacy issues.
Project NOAH helps provide early warnings for typhoons and disasters by using an IT network that seeks to automate data gathering, modelling, and information output for flood forecasts.
Previously not a business priority, IT has helped Marta's Cakes resolve inaccuracies in accounting, sales, and inventory, as well as improve quality control and internal communications.
The flourishing local economy and insatiable demand for Web-connected devices are pushing firms to roll out the latest networking technology to stay competitive. But next-gen stuff like software-defined networking remains nascent.
New report says rising investments, large growing SMB base and a young workforce will boost the IT consumption of five emerging markets--India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and South Africa.
Department of Justice recommends revisions to the country's Cybercrime Law to exclude controversial provisions already punishable under other laws. But Internet lobby group calls proposal "half-baked".
Software makers are anticipating a huge adoption of enterprise software among local companies, partly boosted by the Asean masterplan to integrate regional economies which will create a more competitive market.
The hour-long attack on the Web site by hackers seemingly from China appears to be a repeat of last year's cyberattacks sparked off by territorial disputes between both countries.
Philippine carrier says the first stage of its US$790 million network modernization project, revealed in 2012, is complete and will now focus on optimizing its new equipment.
Company plans to double the size of its research and development lab in the Southeast Asian market, as it focuses on technologies to improve 3G and 4G mobile networks.
Various are learning to build their sites based on a standard template to improve ease of use and enhance the government's online identity.
Hacker group defaces the Web site of the Office of the President of the Philippines over the president's alleged mishandling of the territorial dispute over Malaysian state Sabah.
Social media is fast reshaping upcoming May elections in the Philippines, with civil society making great use of it through a hugely successful campaign against publicity-hungry or credit-grabbing politicians.
Philippine and Malaysian Web sites were defaced with messages sympathetic to either side of the armed territorial dispute over the Malaysian state.
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- 5 SIM registration in Philippines needs more public feedback, support