Building a team, creating a bond with DEVTAC

19/03/19 02:56 PM By Tin - Comment(s)

DEVTAC CRM Inc. had its first company team building for the first quarter of 2019.

Held at Sabang Daguitan Surf Camp, #TeamDEVTAC kicked off the activities by forming two separate teams, #TeamA, and #TeamBangan. Team A contenders include Walter, Chris, Mar Jhun, JP, Leonyl, Gypsy, Christine, Mar...

Celebrating Chinese New Year at DEVTAC

12/02/19 10:41 AM By Christine - Comment(s)

For most Chinese people, the Spring Festival marks the beginning of the New Year and according to the Chinese horoscope, the Year of the Pig starts on the 5th of February 2019. Traditionally, the Chinese New Year is celebrated with fireworks and Dragon dance but for most Chinese-Filipino, and l...

DEVTAC Celebrates a Glamorous Christmas

18/12/18 03:30 PM By Nico - Comment(s)

DEVTAC CRM Inc., one of the leading solutions provider in the Philippines celebrates their annual Christmas party on December 15, 2018, at Ritz Tower De Leyte.

Following the theme of a grand ball, the employees of DEVTAC all dressed and suited up for this one magical night of celebration filled wit...

Qatar tells stores to take Saudi products off their shelves

29/05/18 09:44 AM By Nico - Comment(s)

Qatar has ordered retailers to stop selling products from Saudi Arabia and other countries that severed ties with it almost a year ago.

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain launched a political and commercial boycott of Qatar last June, accusing it of supporting terrorism.

 

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Apple’s Everyone Can Code Is Expanding to Schools That Support Students Who Are Blind and Deaf This Fall

22/05/18 09:10 AM By Nico - Comment(s)

Apple’s Everyone Can Code initiative, which introduces young students to coding through the Swift Playgrounds iPad app, is coming to several schools across the US that support students with vision, hearing, and other assistive needs, the company announced today. Eight schools will be participat...

THE GROWING DANGER OF CHILD LABOUR IN ROHINGYA REFUGEE CAMPS

11/05/18 02:14 PM By Leonyl - Comment(s)

The boy took a deep breath before lifting up two bags full of red bricks, balancing the load on his shoulders. The sun burned his bare feet as he walked through the refugee camp, his back hunched under the weight.


A 10-year-old Rohingya, Mohammed has been working non-stop for the past two weeks, help...

SINGAPOREANS MOST 'WI-FI OBSESSED' TRAVELLERS IN ASIA: SURVEY

10/05/18 02:35 PM By Nico - Comment(s)

Singaporeans can't live without Wi-Fi it seems, according to the results of a survey on flight and hotel etiquette habits released by travel site Expedia today (May 3). The study found that four in five Singaporeans (80 per cent) chose Wi-Fi as a "very important" hotel amenity, crowning Si...

NOT WELCOME IN COLOMBIA, INDIGENOUS MIGRANTS STUCK AT BORDER AFTER FLEEING VENEZUELA

10/05/18 02:09 PM By Leonyl - Comment(s)

Members of the Yukpa group have crossed the border to escape the crisis at home, but unlike other migrants they have been deported twice and have repeatedly clashed with border officials.

Late last year, 12-year-old Betania heard talk among her neighbors that there was a city not far away where they ...

AIR POLLUTION CONTRIBUTES TO GLOBAL DEATHS

10/05/18 02:05 PM By Leonyl - Comment(s)

MORE THAN 95 PERCENT OF the world's population lives with unsafe levels of air particle pollution as measured by the World Health Organization's air quality guidelines, including a large swath of populations stretching from Africa to the Middle East and South Asia, according to a recently released r...

HOMES THREATENED AS BUSHFIRE BURNS NEAR SOUTHWEST SYDNEY

10/05/18 01:51 PM By Leonyl - Comment(s)

More than 500 firefighters have been working in "very high temperatures" to tackle a wildfire which has threatened homes on the southwestern outskirts of Sydney. As Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the situation was "worsening", emergency warnings were placed in a ...

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY HOSTS COMPETITION TO TRAIN CYBER DEFENSE WARRIORS

10/05/18 01:22 PM By Leonyl - Comment(s)

From leaked passwords to identity theft, cybersecurity issues are constantly in the news. Few issues, though, are as important — or as under-reported by the media — as the security of America’s industrial control infrastructure. Oil rigs, power plants, water treatment facilities and other critical i...

EXTRA FUNDING TO HELP DIAGNOSE AND TREAT PROSTATE CANCER

10/05/18 01:20 PM By Leonyl - Comment(s)

The (UK) Government is to provide an extra £75m to try to boost early diagnosis and survival rates for prostate cancer. The disease is now the most common cancer in men, but can be hard to detect early. Symptoms do not normally appear until the cancer has grown large enough to put pressure on the ur...

28M APPLY FOR 90,000 JOBS AT INDIAN RAILWAYS

10/05/18 11:42 AM By Leonyl - Comment(s)

At least 28 million people have applied for a job with Indian Railways after its latest nationwide recruitment drive. The world's 10th largest employer is offering 90,000 positions across the country to prospective engine drivers and other workers. An extension to the deadline for applications in th...

AUSTRALIA-UK: FIRST NON-STOP FLIGHT ARRIVES IN LONDON FROM PERTH

10/05/18 11:24 AM By Leonyl - Comment(s)

The first scheduled non-stop flight between Australia and the UK has touched down in London's Heathrow Airport. Qantas Flight QF9 completed its 14,498km (9,009-mile) journey from Perth in just over 17 hours. The airline is using the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, which is twice as fuel-efficient as the Bo...

EVEREST CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN AIMS TO AIRLIFT 100 TONS OF WASTE

10/05/18 11:05 AM By Leonyl - Comment(s)

A clean-up campaign has begun at Mount Everest, aiming to airlift 100 tonnes of rubbish left behind by tourists and climbers of the world's highest mountain. On its first day, 1,200kg (2,600lbs) of waste was flown from Lukla airport to Kathmandu for recycling. Mountaineers are required to bring back...

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