Toshiba to exit North America TV market, eyes global overhaul Ritsuko Ando, Reuters · Thursday, January 29, 2015 | 4:12 pm
Thai junta chief defends controversial cyber law plans Agence France-Presse · Thursday, January 29, 2015 | 7:56 am
Huawei says consumer business group targets $16 billion revenue Yimou Lee, Reuters · Tuesday, January 27, 2015 | 12:02 pm
SMART PLUMBER | Researchers develop self-aware Super Mario who can play by itself Jose Bimbo F. Santos, InterAksyon.com · Wednesday, January 21, 2015 | 7:13 pm
Epson launches technical drawing printers Jose Bimbo F. Santos, InterAksyon.com · Sunday, January 25, 2015 | 6:25 pm
Toshiba to exit North America TV market, eyes global overhaul January 29, 2015 | 4:12 pm | Ritsuko Ando, Reuters Toshiba Corp said it will stop making and selling TVs in North America and is considering similar exits from other countries, the latest Japanese electronics maker to give up competing in the global TV market amid a fierce price war. READ MORE
Toshiba Corp said it will stop making and selling TVs in North America and is considering similar exits from other countries, the latest Japanese electronics maker to give up competing in the global TV market amid a fierce price war.
Thailand’s junta chief Tuesday defended proposals for a cyber law that critics say will grant the government unprecedented surveillance powers with little judicial oversight.
Singapore’s government will set up a new agency to strengthen cyber security, the prime minister’s office said Tuesday, amid more reports of high-profile hacking incidents worldwide.
After cutting the cord with China’s Alibaba, the high-profile Yahoo chief executive, Marissa Mayer, faces more pressure than ever to reinvent the fading Internet star.
Canada’s electronic spy agency has been intercepting and analyzing data on up to 15 million file downloads daily as part of a global surveillance program, according to a report published on Wednesday.
A P350 million laboratory under the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) was put up to encourage semiconductor companies to have their product testing and design locally.
Google’s newly acquired Waze application poses a danger to police because of its ability to track their locations, the Los Angeles police chief said in a letter to the tech company’s CEO.
Sony Corp plans to cut around 1,000 additional jobs in its struggling smartphone division as it tries to bring its electronics business back into the black, sources said on Wednesday.
A robot based on a stick insect can navigate difficult terrain autonomously and adapt to its surroundings.
Various municipalities in the country are set to be provided this year with free Wi-Fi connectivity through a P1.4 billion project of the DOST-ICT Office.
Japanese electronics company Epson has launched a new generation of T-series Technical Drawing printers designed for the engineering, architecture and Geographic Information System markets.
Microsoft unveiled headgear on Wednesday that overlays holograms on the real world, in what it touted as the next generation of computing.
The new Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook and XPS 15 laptop are designed to deliver enhanced performance for maximum productivity.
The 18,000mAh Dell Power Companion power bank can be used to add power to a Dell notebook for an extended battery life.
The best gadgets we encountered in 2014.