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Recent Philippine IT News

Posted by Jaime Raphael Licauco, CISSP, GSEC on November 4, 2008

Manila Bulletin reports Mobile versions of online games created for RP mart unveiled, More than half of AsiaPacific Internet users visited online gaming sites in August 2008, and DigitalFilipino.com Club Manila Networking Night in PAGCOR-Paranaque.

Domini M. Torrevillas of Philippine Star writes about the ongoing IT Project for the LTO in LTO project on the spot. Excuse me for the digression, but going through the website of the LTO, there’s a funny portion there regarding Defensive Driving and Traffic Signs and Pavement Markings which, I can attest, are barely followed here in the Manila. Which begs the question, why have laws if they aren’t applicable to everyone and offenders aren’t prosecuted?

News from Inquirer.com: SkyCable enters broadband market; Laguna, Cavite promising areas for BPO.

Inquirer.com’s hackenslash writes that Amped announces Tantra II. On a separate Inquirer Blog, Anna Katerina Rara talks about Eyeballing Online Friends – Safely.

As for older news, Don Herana also from Inquirer.com has published a couple of interesting articles, namely on: Data Center Availability (2006); Making enterprise mobility work (also from 2006); Voice over Wifi;

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