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Cebuano now translated in over 100 languages on Google

The Cebuano language from the Philippines can now be understood by worldwide travelers after it was added to Google Translate's Word Lens, a feature that allows users instant translation using smartphone cameras.Cebuano, one of...
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Dimples Romana of viral Daniela Mondragon memes is now a Philippine tourism advocate volunteer

Actress Dimples Romana, whose TV character Daniela Mondragon #OhDani memes have gone viral, has volunteered to become a Philippine tourism advocate.For several weeks now the iconic scene from the afternoon TV series Kadenang Ginto,...

MEET: Dr. Albien Emmanuel Gacias, cancer survivor now healer

Meet cancer survivor Albien Emmanuel Gacias who is now a licensed physician. Gacias made the headlines when his 10-year challenge post of himself as a cancer patient and now a doctor went viral on...

Heart Evangelista’s I am Love Marie handpainted bags now in Hollywood

Love Marie handpainted bags by Heart Evangelista are now in Los Angeles, confirmed the Filipino celebrity endorser and artist on social media.The fashion bags were seen on Instagram photos on Heart Evangelista's Instagram with...

Good News Pilipinas! TV Express: APBR App Upgrades to Assist Filipino air passengers

Air passengers can now file complaints and request assistance faster with the newly upgraded Air Passengers Bill of Rights (APBR) mobile application from the Department of Transportation and Civil Aeronautics Board.The APBR was first...

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Entrepreneurs can now apply for tech support to improve competitiveness with...

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Caraga announced the opening of applications for government assistance to businesses that seeking to be more competitive with the use of technology.DOST Caraga announced on its social...

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Know the Differences in Lockdown Stages of ECQ, MECQ, GCQ

The day after May 15, 2020, the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) enforced in Metro Manila, the island of Luzon, and several other areas in the Philippines will either be retained, modified, or scaled-down as the country moves to set up the "new normal" amidst efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.