In 2023, China overtook Europe and Japan to become the world’s largest car exporter — and not just in EVs.
We outline below some of these recent trends that not only make tech more interesting but also more environment-friendly!
Fueled by curiosity, I scoured google to discover Filipino video games that reflect the rich culture of the Philippines.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency said that the country’s traffic cost us over PHP2-billion per day in 2014 and over PHP3-billion per day in 2017, with the figure estimated to balloon to over PHP5-billion per day by 2035 if the situation does not improve.
Before the conveniences of today’s financial landscape for consumers, there was a time when financial services weren’t as accessible nor as speedy.
2023 is a new year, opening up opportunities for a fresh start as well as prospects for new innovations. Let’s take a look at what’s in store for tech in 2023.
As we’re gradually recovering from the pandemic, in-person activities and gatherings have started to come back. However, some people are still hesitant to attend face-to-face events. Given no choice...
As the world slowly opens up and adapts to the new normal, hybrid gatherings are becoming the trend. Guests can choose between two options—being physically present in the venue or remotely connected through gadgets and tools.
There is a massive misconception that esports, like the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Pro League - Philippines (MPL-PH) is all about the players and coaches and the team that’s out to win it all.