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Fitbit expands product range with affordable wearables

LEADING global wearables brand Fitbit further expanded its range of products available in the country with the launch of new and affordable devices.

P&A Grant Thornton: Unlocking the potential for growth of its clients...

In its 31 years of providing outstanding assistance, insights, and expertise to its clients, P&A Grant Thornton continues to be a leading professional services...

Reyes Tacandong & Co. (RT&Co.): Trailblazing a path toward digital transformation

By Bjorn Biel M. Beltran, Special Features Writer Technology has already made itself integral to modern business. From fields of health care, to automobiles, to agriculture,...

A league of her own: Celebrating the uniques stories of women...

She Talks Women and L’Oreal Philippines celebrate the #STEMSisterhood.

A period of disruptive change

Businesses operating in the transport and logistics industry are going through a period of disruptive change, one that not only presents complex challenges but...

Refueling the oil industry through tech

Like many other industries, the oil industry is undergoing a digital shift. Oil companies are now seeing the profound impact of technology in improving...

The five tech decisions CEOs need to make in 2019

Tech advice from the president of Microsoft Asia.

Is security a concern in making the switch to electric vehicles?

High-voltage damage: How attackers exploit vulnerabilities through EV chargers.

Does it spark joy? How to properly tidy your tech

Kaspersky Lab shares tips on spring-cleaning your tech.

New IBM mentorship program readies students for a tech-powered future

Bridging the local skill gap with new mentorship program.

The four skills you need to be ready for the digital...

Future-proofing your career with online learning platform SpeedyCourse.

Data is the new oil. Here’s how to keep yours secure

BPI data security head explains the best ways to secure your data.

Sparktionary: Data Scientist

General Manager (APAC) for ASG Technologies Praveen Kumar explains what a data scientist is and breaks down the business imperative of citizen data scientists.

The key to future-proofing your job? Study gov’t regulations.

Across various industries, today’s business leaders are those who can best adopt and adapt to the latest in technological advancements. But with the plethora...

The drivers of change in global logistics

As an industry mostly concerned with speed, global logistics, which comprises of a wide range of business from container shipping, courier companies, port operators,...

A new era of shopping

Shopping malls all over the globe are constantly evolving in response to a number of global trends coming together at the same time. Malls,...

What a retail store should be in an omnichannel world

In an omnichannel world, according to Fractal Analytics, which provides analytics solutions to some Fortune 500 companies, retailers are ought to be a combination...

Transportify continues opening affordable provincial routes

Transportify, Manila’s largest app-based logistics platform, expand their services to even more provincial cities to support the growing economy and requests from its customers,...

Why you should probably be wary of “free” public WiFi

BPI’s John B. Paz on why security should come before convenience.

BSP to require banks to report glitches within two hours

BANKS and other financial firms will soon be required to report cyber attacks and similar technology-related glitches within two hours, following the approval of new rules by the central bank.

Fitbit Flyer: Great sound, premium design

FITBIT FLYER is a pair of in-ear Bluetooth headphones launched early this year in the Philippines alongside Fitbit’s first true smartwatch, the Ionic. It sports a durable, ergonomic design with waterproof coating that repels rain, splash, and sweat. It also comes with interchangeable ear tips to ensure snug in-ear fit.

Today’s tech revolution needs leaders with the right ‘heartware’

The Fourth Industrial Revolution needs a modern leader.

2018 FINEX Conference puts the spotlight on innovation

The world is about to change even faster. To stay relevant and ahead of the curve, organizations and institutions have to constantly innovate and...

Why should human rights advocates be building on the Blockchain?

Applying blockchain tech to upholding human rights.

Tech-filled cars for tech geeks

Technology is one of the most important features that every car buyer should consider when looking for a vehicle. According to the 2017 Autotrader...

Tech-enabled opportunities in the automotive industry

Technology is everywhere. More than halfway into 2018, the emergence of game-changing technologies have disrupted most, if not all of, the world’s industries. Whether...

Modern auto safety features

Accidents happen in an instant. But as technology improves, the futuristic ways of avoiding collisions and major vehicular mishaps are starting to show up....

The three obstacles business operators face when going digital

Dino Velasco explains how to grow online with UnionBank GlobalLinker.

Parents look up domain names before naming their child: study

YOUNGER parents are naming their children based on available domain names to secure their online presence from an early age, a study commissioned by GoDaddy, Inc. showed.

Online marketplaces bat for better logistics to cut delivery time

DESPITE the growing trend on e-commerce which was thought to put brick-and-mortar stores in the backseat, online marketplaces are betting on securing more physical spaces to speed up the delivery of goods.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos rockets to richest person on the planet

SAN FRANCISCO — As Amazon became the second US firm to hit a trillion-dollar value on the stock market, founder Jeff Bezos regained the crown as the richest person on the planet.

Facebook files lawsuit vs BlackBerry for stealing voice-messaging tech

FACEBOOK, INC. is suing BlackBerry Ltd. for patent infringement, escalating the legal battle between the two companies over protected technology.

Tech round-up: Weird and wonderful devices seen at Berlin’s IFA tech...

BERLIN — Berlin’s IFA tech show is the largest in Europe, and while the hype may not match its American big brother CES, there’s no shortage of weird and wonderful devices to reward curious visitors.

Facebook users still fear for their privacy

Facebook users are adjusting their digital behavior following the turmoil on the platform during the 2016 U.S. presidential election, according to a new survey. More...

Apple walked to $1 trillion; Amazon.com got there in a sprint

America went 242 years without a trillion-dollar company. Thirty-three days after getting the first, it now has two. And while Apple Inc. lumbered through the...

Philippine Veterans Bank to launch online, mobile banking services

Philippine Veterans Bank is set to launch online and mobile banking services as it embarks on its digital transformation. In a statement on Tuesday, Philippine...

ADB touts digital reforms in improving operations

Amid the shift to adapt to the fourth industrial revolution, Asian Development Bank (ADB), said it will also be making use of digital technologies...

Nestle wants your DNA

The company that brought you milk chocolate, Maggi instant noodles and Rocky Road ice cream is worried about your health. Nestle SA, the world’s largest...

When cars fly? Japan wants airborne vehicles to take off

Tokyo -- It might sound like pie in the sky, but Japan's government is banking on a future with flying cars, launching an initiative...

Five things you need to know about securing your data

Industry experts explain how to build a personal data strategy.

Should your restaurant start offering delivery?

As the digital era continues to take over Filipino life, more opportunities are becoming available to food brands looking to get their menu offerings into the hands (and mouths) of hungry customers all over the metro.

Uber, Airbus said to be working on Japan’s plans for flying...

Japan is making a push to develop flying cars, enlisting companies including Uber Technologies Inc. and Airbus SE in a government-led group to bring...

Super Mario creator warns gaming industry: Don’t be too greedy

The legendary video-game designer who created Super Mario and Donkey Kong has a word of advice for today’s industry: stop nickel-and-diming users. Shigeru Miyamoto, 65,...

Free co-working space dedicated to IoT opens in Ortigas

Clearly, the line between the real and virtual worlds gets blurrier as technology grows at an exponential rate.

Nikon takes on Sony with mirrorless camera

Nikon Corp. unveiled its first full-frame mirrorless cameras, seeking to make up lost ground against Sony Corp. in the professional photography market. The new Nikon...