The Philippines has snubbed its long-time ally, the US, and opted to use a 5G network build from a Chinese state-owned company, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
ASX-listed fintech company Peppermint Innovation is set to provide the power to run a pilot of its mobile payments technology in the Philippines by the central bank of that country. The system to be tested is called MyWeps Mobile Agent Remittance and the agent network that will use it is called 1Bro Global.
Travel, education and lifestyle events social networking site Q2Connect has appointed a new Chief technology Officer as it builds a team to accommodate what it says is growing demand for its services.
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