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The Philippines ranks 61st out of 82 countries in social mobility, says the World Economic Forum's inaugural Global Social Mobility report
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission orders the mobile shutdown late on December 30 along a one-kilometer band along the Indian frontier, the watchdog's spokesman Sohel Rana says
Syniverse estimates it would take about 18 months to set up the support mechanism for the Mobile Number Portability Law in the Philippines
'When we Filipinos mask our skin with filters, it is our national identity that we abandon'
The Philippines completes a heady comeback against favorites Indonesia
'Alam naming malakas sila pero gold talaga ang gusto namin dahil gusto namin i-prove na kami ang the best,' says Philippine Sibol member Allan Castromayor
The inaugural esports tournament unfolds as Southeast Asian gamers battle for the top prize in Mobile Legends, Starcraft II, Hearthstone, Arena of Valor, Dota 2, and Tekken 7
The carrier says it 5G network covers 200 million people and 'goes through walls,' outperforming the limited 5G deployment of larger rivals Verizon and AT&T earlier this year
The seven-man all-star Sibol team believes that much like the country’s other athletes, they too can make the Philippines proud
The widely popular mobile game is the first title to be confirmed for the esports events of the 2019 SEA Games
The 'Mobile Legends: Bang Bang' national team for the 2019 SEA Games share their tips to help you beat the competition
The innovative smartphone is a breakthrough in mobile design
The app displays train schedules and crowd sizes per LRT1 station
Web Wednesdays is a monthly webinar that aims to support digital education in the Philippines
Ready for DigiCon 2020? Tickets are on sale now!
The city-state is the latest country to introduce new regulations to cope with a surge in the popularity of the contraptions, which many pedestrians view as silent menaces
China's 3 major state telecom operators roll out 5G networks on Thursday, October 31
Samsung's developing a folding phone using a clamshell-type fold, making it reminiscent of flip phones
They’ll be representing PH in the 2020 Cannes Young Lions Digital competition
The additional controls allow mobile users to slow down or speed up Netflix programming being viewed. Its possible release, however, will depend on feedback from testing.
A pattern of phone taps, leaks and arrests is reminding some Cambodians of Pol Pot’s tactics
Mobile health technologies may help make healthcare more accessible and affordable, according to new study 'Mobile Digital Health in the Philippines'
Analytics firm Sensor Tower says the game's download count eclipses other games in the same genre
Gen Z may have been born into digital. But can they tell why and how things work in this landscape?
'Before you are able to design cities that work for our citizens, we need to understand who are our citizens. You have to remember that people live in cities because the opportunities are there,' says Ira Cruz of AltMobility
‘Fintech’ apps bring credit to poor Kenyans. Debt and invasions of privacy are part of the deal.
The new Huawei flagships have great new hardware and features, but the event officially confirms that they won't come with Google apps
The Israel president says: 'I have a directive: no intelligence connection in the United States, no spying... It's rigorously enforced without any exception'
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tournament ‘Bayan Mo vs. Bayan Ko’ is taking a ground-up approach to eSports
US NGO The Climate Mobilization says Paris joins some 650 local authorities – including New York City, Britain, and Ireland
BTS World – set to release on June 26 – is a role-playing game where the user is the band manager, recruiting and training the musicians and guiding the group in their quest for stardom
Learn how to keep your mobile phone number even as you switch service providers or your plan type from postpaid to prepaid and vice versa. Service providers will have 6 months starting July 2 to set up those porting systems.
But Filipinos are also the most 'comfortable' with discussing politics both offline and online among 11 emerging economies surveyed
The decision brings the Chinese telecoms giant's 8-year effort to crack the US market to an end
Digital YouthCon is also launching first Sprint: Digital Marketing and Creative Student Competition
The game is slated to come out in Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Taiwan
The superfast communications heralded by fifth-generation wireless technology will ultimately underpin everything from toasters to telephones; from electric cars to power grids
Take a close look at how the competition is playing out so far
This all-in-one device packs game-changing Elevating Front Camera, In-Display Fingerprint Scanning, and powerful AI Triple Camera
Gujarat is the only Indian state to ban the game – which has been downloaded more than 100 million times around the world
The deal 'accelerates our work to build an end-to-end travel platform that serves everyone,' says a statement from Airbnb
Vivo has elevated the standard in smartphones a notch higher with pioneering and state-of-the-art optics technology
Huawei announces it had signed 10 commercial contracts or partnership agreements for 5G with 10 telecoms operators, including Switzerland's Sunrise, Iceland's Nova, Saudi Arabia's STC, and Turkey's Turkcell.
TCL's 'DragonHinge' foldable may be 30% cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy Fold