Anna Mae Lamentillo

iPhone 15 Plus review: Unveiling unmatched excellence and innovation

As an avid Apple user since my high school days (and let's say that was quite a while ago), I've had the opportunity to witness the evolution of iPhones over the years. But with the arrival of the iPhone 15 Plus, I can confidently say that this is, without a doubt, my most favorite iPhone to date. Apple has truly outdone itself with this exceptional device, combining stunning design, unrivalled performance, and a plethora of cutting-edge features that have left me in awe. From its sleek aesthetics to its powerful internals, the iPhone 15 Plus has exceeded my expectations and solidified its place as a true flagship among smartphones.

Opening the ‘code’ for girls

According to UN Women, the digital divide has become the new face of gender inequality. Global figures show that women are 18 percent less likely than men to own a smartphone, and far less likely to access or use the Internet. Last year, 259 million more men than women were online. 

Investing in our future: Adolescent well-being

We cannot expect a better tomorrow if we are not investing enough in the next generation of leaders and citizens of this earth — the adolescents and young people of today.
One-fifth of the global population, or 1.8 billion are adolescents and youth, aged 10-24 years, whose development and well-being are now influenced by a number of factors, such as the Covid-19 pandemic, rapid digitalization, highly evolving cyberspace, and the deepening climate crisis. 

High time to formalize the PH care economy

Care work is something that has been existing within our homes and in our communities, but it has yet to be fully recognized for its worth, even if over one billion people around the world rely on a caregiver.

Hungary’s road to digitalization

In December last year, Hungary approved its National Digital Citizenship Program that is aimed at creating a digital environment that would streamline communication between the government and its citizens.