The DQL study was conducted by the cybersecurity company Surfshark and evaluates countries based on a set of five fundamental digital wellbeing pillars.
Emerging technologies could present challenges for and increase fraud prevention, economic inclusion and consumer privacy.
Decision makers see 5G having biggest impact on corporate applications and virtual collaboration.
A world-first ongoing study into the effect of digital technology on children will be undertaken at Australia’s Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
More learners are expected to benefit from mobile technology, 21st century teaching tools and multimedia resources as employees of PLDT wireless subsidiary Smart Communications (Smart) continue to support ‘Smart Saturdays’
Summit Media — which was the country’s leading magazine publisher in the country for more than two decades — announced that it was saying goodbye to its print editions.