Dubbed the Smart TXTBKS campaign, condensed textbooks and workbooks used by students into 160-character messages that were then inserted in Smart SIM cards and distributed to several public schools in the Philippines.
Following a round of acquisitions padding its enterprise lineup of IT systems, technology company Dell has announced initial steps to unify all of its offerings beginning with a common file system for its storage systems.
For the first time, search giant Google is bringing its massive technology conference to the Philippines with the announcement of g|Philippines, an offshoot of Google Day held before in other countries, slated to be staged from August 3 to 4 in Manila.
A Japanese executive driving his Lamborghini at more than twice the speed limit was nabbed after he posted a video online chronicling his racing exploits, police said Tuesday.
Shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc fell as much as 9 percent in early trading after the chipmaker slashed its sales outlook, prompting a slew of brokerages to cut their price targets on the stock.
The Russian-language Wikipedia website shut down Tuesday and symbolically blacked out its logo in protest at a bill that would allow the state to block access to blacklisted websites.
Google Inc is close to paying $22.5 million to settle charges that it bypassed the privacy settings of customers using Apple’s Safari browser, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing officials briefed on the settlement terms.
The upcoming launch of the country’s first LTE (Long-Term Evolution) network will likely bolster the use of cloud computing services in the country, an official from one of the country’s telecom firms remarked recently.
A Philippine reseller of Apple products and services is acknowledging the growing influence of Apple within the walls of local businesses by establishing a dedicated business unit geared toward servicing enterprise customers.
A delay in the launch of the new generation of BlackBerrys until next year will give retailers more time to focus on the revamped smartphones once they hit store shelves, Research In Motion Ltd’s new marketing chief said on Monday.
A New Zealand court has delayed an extradition hearing for internet tycoon and Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom until March 2013 because of questions about the search and seizure of evidence by the United States where he faces charges of internet piracy and fraud.
Samsung Electronics defeated Apple in the latest spat in the rivals’ patent wars when a British judge ruled Samsung’s Galaxy tablets did not infringe the U.S. company’s designs for the iPad because they were “not as cool”.
China has asked government agencies and companies to improve their ability to ward off computer hackers and data thieves, as the increasing use of the Internet has created more information security risks.
Some advertising networks have over the last year started to secretly collect app users contacts or whereabouts, and could now have access to 80 million smartphones globally, U.S.-based mobile security firm LookOut said.
Transferring files between devices tend to be cumbersome: USB cords get tangled up inside one’s bag, while Bluetooth devices often have a hard time pairing up. Ericsson, however, believes those woes can be solved simply with the power of the human touch.
Growth in technology spending by companies and the public sector is stabilizing at much lower levels than last year, due to economic worries in many key markets, research firm Gartner said on Monday.
Despite stern warnings by various Internet and telecom companies as well as the US’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), thousands of computers in the Philippines remain infected by the DNSChanger malware and would stand to lose Internet access on Monday, July 9.