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April 23, 2018 6:21 AM Apple’s 4-inch iPhone SE 2 could launch in May

Reports say it would have specs in line with the iPhone 7, including an A10 Fusion chipset reveals Apple could be launching the iPhone SE 2, an upgraded model of the previous iPhone SE, as early as next month. Macotakara, who spoke to iPhone casemakers at the Global Sources Mobile Electronics 2018 show in Hong Kong, said that existing iPhone SE cases 5

April 12, 2018 12:18 PM FEU grad tops 2018 Electronics Engineer licensure exams

The (PRC) on Wednesday announced that 1,208 out of 2,663 examinees passed the April 2018 Electronics Engineer (ECE) Licensure Examinations, posting a national passing rate of 45.36%. Far Eastern University – Institute of Technology graduate Mark Eullysis Alzaga led the passers with a rating of 93.30%, the PRC said. University of the Philippines – Diliman 3

April 12, 2018 11:02 AM FEU grad tops April 2018 electronics engineer board exams

The Professional Regulation Commission announced Thursday that 1,208 out of 2,663 examinees passed the Electronics Engineer Licensure Examination given this month. Mark Eullysis Dando Alzaga of Far Eastern University-Institute of Technology topped the board exam with a rating of 93.3%. Angelo Marion Poblete Conwi of the Technological Institute of the Philippines 17

April 10, 2018 1:51 AM Ayala's IMI forges touch sensor venture in Japan

MANILA - Ayala Corp's electronics unit, Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc (IMI), said Tuesday it formed a joint venture with a Japanese company to manufacture copper-based touch sensors. Japan's Toppan Printing Co Ltd will transfer 65 percent of its shares in the newly-formed Toppan Touch Panel Products Co Ltd to VIA Optronics GmbH, a unit of IMI, the Ayala 5

March 29, 2018 2:32 AM Samsung, Fujitsu pick France for new AI research centers

South Korean giant Samsung said Wednesday it will set up its third-biggest research center for artificial intelligence in France. The announcement was made by Samsung Electronics president and chief strategy officer, Young Sohn, during a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris. At the same time, Japanese group Fujitsu also announced it would 7

March 27, 2018 2:01 PM ‘Run Christian High’ set April 8

THE highly-anticipated first ever fun run of Davao Christian High School, dubbed "Run Christian High!", is set on April 8 in an out-and-back course from DCHS V. Mapa Campus parking area. The event is co-organized by the DCHS Alumni Foundation and the current Student Council in celebration of the school's 65th founding anniversary. From the school car park, participants 7

March 26, 2018 9:21 AM New cassette player matches high-res audio

A new CD radio cassette player has been released that can give the music on a cassette tape the same sound quality as high-resolution audio. Combining the latest high-resolution audio technology with cassette tapes, Toshiba Lifestyle Electronics Trading Co. installed a mechanism in the new player that improves the quality of music data on a cassette 6

March 20, 2018 2:35 PM Oman bans alien workers for 6 months

Oman has suspended the issuance of working visas to foreigners for skilled and non-skilled employment for six months, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration said on Tuesday. In an advisory, the POEA said Oman’s Ministry of Manpower has issued Ministerial Decision 38/2018 last January 24 suspending the authorization to hire foreign workers 7

February 28, 2018 11:10 AM Ningbo’s purchase of Takata cleared

The Philippine Competition Commission cleared the acquisition of substantial assets of Takata Corp. by Ningbo Joyson Electronic Corp. Once consummated, all Takata assets cited in the proposed transaction will be wholly owned by Ningo Joyson Electronics. The mergers and acquisitions office of the PCC in a decision on February 27 said the transaction “does not result 14

February 27, 2018 4:28 AM Chinese boy pees on elevator buttons, gets stuck after

A Chinese boy decided to unload a generous outpouring of pee on elevator buttons but quickly discovered the bad effect of his deed. The unidentified boy took advantage of the empty elevator in one of the apartment buildings in Chongqing, China, to pull a rather distasteful prank. Surveillance footage showed the boy happily sprinkling his pee all over the elevator 5