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Fujitsu promotes energy-efficient servers

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Fujitsu Servers

Fujitsu Philippines, an IT systems integrator and solutions provider, says that it is high-time for businesses to use energy efficient servers in a bid to lessen its negative implications to the environment.

 

Filipino shoppers expected to spend P122 billion online in 2018

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Paypal

Filipino shoppers are expected to spend P121.9 billion in online transactions in 2018, representing an increase of 32 percent from P92.5 billion in 2017, according to the PayPal Cross-Border Consumer Research 2018 released by digital payment solutions provider PayPal and market research company Ipsos.

Blockchain-based remittance service launched

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GCash

Globe Telecom has partnered with Ant Financial Services Group of Chinese internet billionaire Jack Ma and Standard Chartered Plc to launch a blockchain-based remittance service between the Philippines and Hong Kong.

FooDee adopts mobile payment technology

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Foodee Gcash

Mynt, the fintech company of Globe Telecom, Ant Financial, and Ayala Corp. which operates GCash, announced yesterday that the GCash QR-based mobile payment technology is now available in all restaurants and outlets of FooDee Global Concepts in the Philippines.

MyKuya launched to create 1 million jobs

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MyKuya

MyKuya, a mobile-based application and technology platform, founded by Machine Ventures, a Manila-Based company builder, is launching to connect consumers and enterprises to service personnel on-demand. 

Businessman investing $5 billion to transform Clark Global City

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Clark Global City

Businessman Dennis Uy is transforming a 177-hectare prime land inside Clark Freeport Zone into a global business destination called Clark Global City, with expected $5 billion investments in the next 10 years.

How will the Fort Bonifacio Skytrain look like

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Fort Bonifacio Skytrain

A two-kilometer Skytrain monorail will be built from Guadalupe in Makati City to Fort Bonifacio in Taguig City to provide a faster mass transit system to about 100,000 commuters daily.

Mobile technology drives financial inclusion in the Philippines

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KasamaKa

Under KasamaKA, FINTQ Technologies, Corp., the financial arm of PLDT Inc. and Smart’s Voyager Innovations, is enabling bank and non-bank financial institutions to offer “sachet” financial services such as microsavings, microinsurance, lending, and micro investment.

Philippines launches artificial intelligence training program

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Artificial intelligence training

The Philippines launched a training program on augmented intelligence, becoming the first country to tap AI in generating jobs.

2,800 Telus BPO workers clean up Quezon City schools

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Telus volunteers

About 2,800 business process outsourcing (BPO) professionals at Telus International Philippines helped clean up and refurbish Quezon City High School and Kamuning Elementary School ahead of the opening of classes in June 2018, as part of the Brigada Eskwela campaign of the Department of Education (DepEd).

 

Online shopping in the Philippines expected to reach P918 billion by 2025

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Payo COD

About 42 Filipino online shoppers are expected to spend P918 billion in purchases online by 2005, according to a study by Google and Temasek in 2017.

Unilever opens 137,000-square-meter distribution hub in the Philippines

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Unilever distribution hub

Unilever, the British-Dutch company considered as the world's largest fast-moving consumer goods manufacturer, has opened a 137,000-square-meter mega distribution center in Cabuyao, Laguna that can generate over 10,000 jobs nationwide.

Teleperformance gets hall of fame award in the Philippines

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Teleperformance Philippines

Teleperformance, a leading business process outsourcing company and one of the largest private sector employers in the Philippines, received the Hall of Fame for the Outstanding Community Project Award from the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA).

How to pay SSS contributions through GCash

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SSS-Globe GCash

The Social Security System (SSS), which manages the pension fund of private sector employees in the Philippines, has tapped Globe Telecom Inc. to allow companies and household employers to use GCash in paying contributions of their employees using the Payment Reference Number (PRN).

Globe Telecom invests in Wattpad

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Wattpad

Globe Telecom Inc., the second largest mobile phone company in the Philippines, has invested in mobile content platform Wattpad which now counts the Philippines as its second largest market globally, just behind the US.

Surfing town in La Union goes cashless

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PayMaya

PayMaya, the pioneer in digital financial services in the country, has turned the surfing town of San Juan in La Union into a cashless community with PayMaya QR.

 

Thanos, the first super villain that matches the dark clouds character

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Thanos

Thanos is perhaps the first super villain in comic books that can match the power of dark clouds which are often portrayed as the ultimate antagonist in superhero movies and television shows.

Filipino 'balangay' wooden boats sail for China

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Balangay boats

A team led by Arturo Valdez, a former undersecretary of the Department and Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC), set sail on board three wooden 'Balangay' boats in Manila Bay for China across the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea) on April 28, 2018.

Why did the Philippines close the resort island of Boracay?

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Boracay West Cove

The government of the Philippines closed Boracay to tourists for six months starting April 26, 2018 in a bid to fix the sewerage and water treatment facilities and discipline the commercial establishments on the 1,000-hectare resort island.

$14-billion Bulacan airport approved

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Bulacan International Airport

The next major international airport in the Philippines will be built in the coastal town of Bulakan in Bulacan province, in place of Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Parañaque City. 

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