TAIPEI – The future does not seem to be that reassuring anymore for one in two Taiwan workers living in the era of digital advancements as they worry that their professions will presumably vanish or will be taken by the intelligent machines. The post Taiwan workers increasingly worried of losing job because of AI appeared first on Inquirer Technology.
Globe Telecom announced today that it has initiated discussions with independent third parties for the establishment of a tower company to help speed up the build and deployment of cellular towers in the Philippines. Globe is looking at divesting all or part of its tower assets to independent tower companies as part of its network […] The post Globe in talks with 3rd parties for creation of independent tower company appeared first on Inquirer Technology.
Supposedly inspired by “actual events,” the horror film “Winchester” jolts with some genuinely surprising imagery, recounting the story of a “cursed” woman who atones for the wrongdoings of her deceased husband’s gun manufacturing company. The post ‘Winchester’ is spooky–and hokey appeared first on Inquirer Entertainment.
Shireen Seno’s “Nervous Translation” won the Netpac Award at the 47th Rotterdam International Film Festival, held in the Netherlands on Feb. 3. The post PH film wins in Rotterdam appeared first on Inquirer Entertainment.
Six years after the death of Dolphy, Zsa Zsa Padilla just might end up finally getting the Happily Ever After that has eluded her for many years—this time, in architect Conrad Onglao’s reassuring embrace. The post Zsa Zsa moves on: Our capacity to love isn’t diminished by death appeared first on Inquirer Entertainment.