Potential incoming Grade 11 students and their parents attend an orientation hosted by the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P), which joins other HEIs in offering senior high school (SHS) this year.
Globe Telecom said interconnection of its landline service,Globelines, with its main competitor has been expanded further and is now covering the province of Camarines Norte.
Globe recognizes the authority of the PCC which is why the company filed the notice of its purchase of 50% of SMC telco businesses in accordance with the Commission’s own rules, particularly PCC Memorandum Circular 16-002 which requires only a notice of the transaction and such transaction shall be “deemed approved” and may no longer be challenged under Section 23.
“Narcos” will return to Netflix for Season 2 on Sept. 2, 2016. While this is good news for those following the story of Pablo Escobar, the streaming site announced that this could be the last for the character. There is an actual plan to end “Narcos” with Escobar after the second season simply because the story will have nowhere to go after his death.
Peer pressure is having a big impact on how children communicate with each other, making them more dependent on staying connected to the Internet, according to new research carried out by Kaspersky Lab and iconKids & Youth.
Nickelodeon has finally confirmed that it is pushing forward with the “Hey, Arnold!” movie. Entitled “Hey, Arnold! The Jungle Movie,” the presentation will run as a special on the cable channel.
Playing online games today is a fad that sites like Casino.com have to offer for folks who look for something to buy their time. But the thing is, the level of security that sites need to be taken into consideration.
Mynt, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Globe Telecom, is leveraging on the immense popularity of cellular phones in offering a one-stop shop for financial services to boost financial inclusion among Filipinos.
Enterprise clients of leading telecommunications company Globe Telecom are set to benefit from advanced Machine-to-Machine solutions that are faster, more efficient, and quicker to deploy. This is the promise of the recently signed three-year agreement between Globe Telecom’s information and technology arm Globe Business and Astrata, a global organization that designs and develops advanced location-based IT services and solutions.
Globe Telecom secured the support of the DOTC to use train stations around the metropolis to host network infrastructure that would significantly improve the mobile internet experience and connectivity of the commuting public.