The service is currently available in Cebu, where it was launched in 2015, and Iloilo
If we continue to push for 'solutions' that only benefit a fraction of the public, then we continue to be part of the problem
TeamSpeed president Bobby Coronel hopes Uber will learn its lesson and fully comply with regulations
While the Palace empathizes with commuters, it stresses that the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board is just doing its job
The suspension remains in effect while the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board prepares to tackle Uber's motion for reconsideration
(UPDATED) Because Grab has so far complied with the LTFRB's orders to stop accepting and accrediting new drivers – the rule that Uber supposedly violated
(UPDATED) 'It does not solve the problem, but further exacerbates the problem of having an utter lack of safe, reliable, and convenient transportation options for our people,' says Senator Grace Poe
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The petition appeals to the LTFRB to lift its moratorium on processing temporary permits for new Grab and Uber drivers
Umbrella is a 'risk encyclopedia' that helps teach activists, human rights defenders, journalists, and others how to stay safe online and offline
Here are some ways that product developers are simplifying some medical tests with the help of a smartphone
These apps can help people prepare for disasters and earthquakes and stay informed during one
The local government says the services are 'being misused by anti-national and anti-social elements' and should be blocked for one month or until further notice 'in the interest of maintenance of public order'
The app, called 'AgriCo,' is the winner at local programming contest, 'Hackzilla in Manila 2.' The team is currently looking to partner with coconut farmers in order to perform real-world testing
But the app has a couple of restrictions – destinations must be within 15 kilometers from pickup locations and only a passenger's first 40 bookings are given priority
Authored by Ateneo de Manila students, the app places third in a local programming contest
The dating app is testing a browser version in select countries including the Philippines
Apple's Clips wants to make it easier for people to edit videos on their mobile devices
The Philippines' second most popular messaging app incorporates a feature pioneered by Snapchat
A socially responsible and driver-friendly reputation buoys Lyft as Uber faces questions about its culture
Hater wants to make 'serious online dating more approachable by replacing cumbersome surveys and bios with a fun, alternative way to express your personality'
Sapio aims to match users to others with similar intelligence and interests
There are many worthy applications you can spend your time on, but we've narrowed our list of must-keep apps for 2017
Slack users will soon be able to tap a camera button within the voice call window to enable video calls on the service
The move comes after reports that Snapchat parent firm Snap Inc. filed confidentially for a public share offering valuing the disappearing messaging platform at more than $20 billion
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The hacks come as a result of users downloading illegitimate apps
Classic games like 'Pac-Man' and 'Space Invaders' make their debut on Facebook's messaging app
The app, which will arrive in 2017, is said to be designed to engage today's mobile generation
The home-sharing app adds 'Trips' feature, which lets travelers book local offerings or happenings
The game is a timed exclusive and will find its way to Android devices at a later date
Users will be able to make video calls to other WhatsApp users, whether they're on Android, iPhone, or Windows Phone devices
Instagram's latest feature gets fun new updates for better customization
With over 1,500 trips under his belt, Mike – one of the drivers under Uber's 'Beethoven Initiative' – recalls the one time a passenger made him feel bad about his disability
Allo's 'smart' capabilities aim to make it easier to respond to messages and over time adjusts to users' own style, Google says in an official blog
The new investments led by Japan's SoftBank Group raises the Singapore-based firm's total capital to more than $1.0 billion
The government opts to block Grindr, Blued, and BoyAhoy in the country, communications ministry spokesman Noor Iza tells the Agence France-Presse, adding they are the apps most clearly promoting gay lifestyles
Out of confusion and frustration over the basics of government services, a 21-year-old political science graduate develops a mobile app that aims to help people access these services
The arrests are part of the Islamic republic's ongoing bid to curb use of social media including apps such as Instagram, Telegram and Whatsapp.
The filter put slanted eyes, wide cheeks and toothy grins on faces.
A source says the teenager was charged with 'criminal conspiracy with terrorists' and 'provocation to committing terrorist acts using online communication'
The much-awaited app can now be installed on your Android or iOS device
Japan-based Line is betting on those stickers as it kicks off a dual New York-Tokyo stock listing from Thursday, July 14, after an initial public offering worth about $1.3 billion, expected to be one of the year's biggest share sales
Based on a 3,300 yen ($32) share price, the initial public offering will raise 115.5 billion yen ($1.14 billion) through the sale of 35 million shares.
The company is asking 'those people who get the most value from Evernote' to further invest in the company so that everyone can 'reap the benefits that result' from an improved service
The appropriately named Public calls itself 'a platform for people to chat out loud and share their great conversations with the world'
In memory of our old, slightly forgotten, soon-to-be retired friend, Yahoo Messenger, here are a few of its features that have endeared it to thousands, if not millions of Filipinos like me