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Local apps help fight against COVID-19

Some are able to provide health assessment, keep important information, and even provide a platform to request for financial assistance.

Wifi time increases among smartphone users amid COVID-19 lockdown

Opensignal provides details on the average amount of smartphone users’ time spent connected to Wifi across regions and countries amid the coronavirus lockdown.

Reinventing the Game of Banking Solutions Provider

“We’re not here to play the game. We’re here to reinvent the game.” PearlPay CEO Spark Perreras explains how his firm leverages new technologies to not only streamline Core Banking Services, but transform it entirely.

Fitbit data reveals the impact of Covid-19 on global activity

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a major impact on physical activity levels for over 30 million active Fitbit users around the globe. Data gathered from Fitbit users around the world reveals a decline in physical activity due to the coronavirus crisis.

Industrial design students, faculty create face shields for COVID-19 frontliners

Two institutions have teamed up to design and produce PPE substitutes for frontliners.

On-demand services platform MyKuya looking for enterprise partners

After seeing a 300% spike in requests for their on-demand services, MyKuya is looking to partner with businesses struggling during the lockdown to help meet demand, as well as improving their partners’ cashflow, create jobs, and help their communities.

AMA Online Education launches learn now, pay later program

With AMA OEd’s “Learn Online Now, Pay Later” scheme, students and professionals get access to a variety of programs and short courses offered by AMA OEd without having to pay any tuition fee until April 15, 2020.

Singapore shares Covid-19 contact tracing technology with global developer community

Singapore is making its Covid-19 contact tracing technology freely available to developers worldwide.

Beyond the Outbreak

As our country continues to scramble for a response to the swelling pandemic, microfinance institutions have become a lifeline for entrepreneurs like farmers and fisherfolk, and will continue to play a significant role in our economy’s post-quarantine recovery. But without support, will this key industry survive the current crisis? Dr. Jaime Aristotle B. Alip explains.

Philippines has greatest percentage of women traders in global eToro list

Filipino women lead the way for female investors globally as eToro releases data, showing the Philippines has the greatest percentage of women traders world-wide.

Kumu’s KC Montero on creating quality online content

As more and more businesses flock to live-streaming to connect their communities amidst uncertainty and social distancing, platforms like KUMU have kicked into overdrive to help bridge the gaps. KUMU head of content KC Montero shares his insights.

Kumu’s James Rumohr on how to build positive online communities

As more and more businesses flock to live-streaming to connect their communities amidst uncertainty and social distancing, platforms like KUMU have kicked into overdrive to help bridge the gaps. KUMU head of Kumunity James Rumohr shares his insights.
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