All public utility buses (PUBs) will be required to install global positioning system (GPS) devices starting September of 2015.
Geologist Carlos Primo David, newly assumed executive director of the DOST’s Philippine Council on Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIEERD), said the discovery of the resource in Isabela is an indication of the richness of natural resources of the eastern shelf of the Philippines, where the Benham Rise is situated.
Just recently, Abaca found its niche in the automobile industry as the “strongest natural fiber material” for dashboards and car interiors, according to the Department of Science and Technology, which is backing a multimillion program to revive the Abaca industry, both for local application across many sectors and as a top export product.
College dropout or no time for school? AMA University college education and short courses now online
Aimed at second degree education, people with no time for college, transferees and the working class, AMA’s acclaimed learning system, prized to be among the pioneers of computer education in the Philippines can now be experienced without going to the actual campus.
Guess what? The Jay Bee personality who tricked Jollibee Delivery personnel to get compensative gift certificates may have been an outlaw all along.
Keep an eye out for this Vios from Getrude and Gerica Transport, in case you want to munch while going to your destination.
Those living in Districts 1, 2, 4 and 6 in Quezon City are urged to undergo registration by COMELEC.
Since June 26, Lanuza has been frequenting Facebook timelines and Twitter feeds because of a controversial Facebook post that made a veiled reference to UP student Tiffany Uy, the Summa Cum Laude graduate from the Universtiy of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) who recently made headlines because of her near-perfect grade.
The government warned against consuming unusual-looking rice and appealed to the people to tell them immediately if they encounter things.
It comes a surprise that Microsoft is starting to make its presence felt in environments it used to avoid. The general availability of Microsoft Office for Android was announced as early as June of 2015.