A TELECOMMUNICATIONS company is aiming to help small and medium entrepreneurs to be more competitive by providing them more opportunity to sell their products through the Internet. There’s more to telecommunications than just the basic call and text. There’s more opportunity for them to conduct merchandising through the Internet,” said Wil-R Saldua, Globe head for [...]
By Dona Z. Pazzibugan
With many communication facilities still down in Eastern Samar, the military has resorted to the age-old system of couriers to reach local officials.
By Miguel R. Camus
The country’s largest telecommunications companies have restored partial services to Tacloban City, one of the areas hardest hit by typhoon Yolanda (international name Haiyan).
By Miguel R. Camus
Airport operations in Cebu and Bohol were affected Tuesday morning after a deadly earthquake hit Bohol and other parts of Visayas and Mindanao
By Philip C. Tubeza
Some 18,000 automated machines failed to transmit results to the transparency server of the Commission on Elections, Comelec Chair Sixto Brillantes Jr. said Thursday.
By Maila Ager
After almost 12 long years of court battle, a veteran journalist has been acquitted by a Quezon City court of libel case filed by former Southern Leyte Representative Aniceto Saludo.
By Jamie Marie Elona
Authorities warned the public Thursday that using signal jammers on the day of the midterm elections next month is a criminal offense and punishable with at least eight years of imprisonment.
THREE persons were arrested by security personnel of Globe Telecom after they were allegedly caught using fake documents in their postpaid service subscription application.
SMART Communications Inc. is once again supporting a government initiative that aims to get the involvement of the academe and the youth on environmental issues.
IN emergency cases, providing telecommunications access to affected communities as a humanitarian response is as critical as the need for food, water, shelter and medical help. This was the case for the residents of three coastal towns in Davao Oriental who were displaced by typhoon Pablo in December last year. Most of the structures, including [...]
By Ramon Tulfo
The late Interior Secretary Jessie Robredo is Inquirer’s Filipino of the Year for 2012.
SMART Communications Inc. (Smart), together with the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO), the Hoskyn Fisherfolks Association Inc., Philippine Coast Guard and local government officials, replanted around 1,000 mangrove propagules last month in Guimaras.
Smart Communications Inc. has normalized services in many of the provinces hit hard by Typhoon “Pablo,” and has put up free call and charging stations there.