We have the Philippine Emerging Startups Open (PESO) for Techpreneurs and The Trend Micro Technology Challenge for budding student crackers/programmers. Are you up for the challenge? …
The Sunday Inquirer Magazine has a feature on Neil Ruiz of Philippine Emerging Startups Open.…
This a great application of using and developing technology at the grassroots level. This is one thing I consider when I speak of technology being helpful in a knowledge-based economy. IMHO, Online sharing of interesting ways to do things better would inevitably lead to other people’s adoption and even possible improvement–which in the end helps out in making life easier.
Another way of placing Pinoys on the world map of tech.
It was talk of the town a couple of months back when Apple made the announcement at the Worldwide Developer Conference that it would shift from the PowerPC architecture to Intel-based processors. Apple admitted that it had been secretly developing an Intel port of its acclaimed OS X after all (yes, since time immemorial). The company will sell Intel-based Macs by third quarter of 2006 starting with the entry-level machines (the Mac Minis) and eventually working up to the more powerful ones.
So what’s in it for us?