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Google Translate now available in Cebuano

Users unfamiliar with the dialect in Central Visayas and some parts of Mindanao can now count on Google Translate to communicate better with the locals. Users versed in Cebuano but not in other languages can use the tool as well to comprehend information online or offline.
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Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Google, Technology

 

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Ericsson maintains high climate ranking

Greenpeace has given Ericsson a third-place ranking in its latest Cool IT Leaderboard evaluation of global IT players. This means the company maintains its position from last year, and has even managed to improve its overall result.

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Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Ericsson, Technology

 

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Google’s resource page for Philippine elections gets hits from over 50 countries

Since its launch on the first week of May, Google’s Philippine elections resource page (Google.com.ph/elections) has been getting hits from over 50 countries around over the world. As of this writing, the resource page has been visited by Internet users from as far as Uzbekistan, Rwanda, Finland, and the Netherlands.

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Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Google, Technology

 

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Google launches crisis response effort for Typhoon Pablo (Bopha)

A crisis map through Google Maps and Person Finder are now available to help Pinoys in disaster-prone areas during typhoon Pablo (international name: Bopha). Globe subscribers can also access the information using their mobile browsers through Free Zone powered by Google.
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Posted by on December 5, 2012 in Google, Technology

 

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Announcing the 90 Regional Finalists of the Google Science Fair 2012

Congratulations to the regional finalists of the second Google Science Fair! These top 90 entries from around the world represent some incredibly innovative and groundbreaking science and include an entry from a Filipino student, Mark Borris Aldonza in the age 17-18 category.

This year’s competition was even more international and diverse than last year. We had thousands of entries from more than 100 countries, and topics ranging from improving recycling using LEGO robots to treating cancer with a substance created by bees totackling meth abuse. Our judges were impressed by the quality of the projects, and it was no easy task to evaluate the creativity, scientific merit and global relevance of each submission to narrow down the entries to just 90 finalists. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on May 23, 2012 in Google

 

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