South Korea’s Samsung Electronics is poised to cement its spot as the top smartphone provider in the Philippines with the official launch of its new Galaxy S III phone in the country, executives said Monday.
A Russian computer firm has discovered a new computer virus with unprecedented destructive potential that chiefly targets Iran and could be used as a “cyberweapon” by the West and Israel.
The House of Representatives has voted to pass on third and final reading a bill seeking to define and penalize cybercrime offenses committed in the country, including a controversial provision that criminalizes online defamation.
Opera Software would cost Facebook over $1 billion as competition from Google and others could push up the price tag, analysts said on Tuesday, as takeover talk pushed the shares up as much as 26 percent on Tuesday.
A group of local hackers had once again broken into one of the government’s websites, this time the online domain of the Department of Justice (DOJ), and redirected it to a previously defaced page.
China’s Sina Corp has introduced a code of conduct for users of the local version of Twitter amid accusations of censorship to rein in what has grown into a raucous online forum to air political and social grievances.
Samsung Electronics Co launches its latest Galaxy S smartphone in Europe on Tuesday, with the third generation model expected to be even more successful than its predecessor, which helped the South Korean company topple Apple Inc as the world’s top smartphone maker.
Security experts have discovered a new data-stealing virus dubbed Flame they say has lurked inside thousands of computers across the Middle East for as long as five years as part of a sophisticated cyber warfare campaign.
Software giant Microsoft has finally brought its paid app store for Windows Phone (WP7) users in the Philippines, following the recent launch of Nokia’s fleet of WP7-powered smartphones in the country.
The browser wars are heating up again, but this time the fight is for dominance of the mobile Internet.
The local software services outsourcing industry posted a robust 37-percent growth in 2011, bringing in almost $1 billion in revenues to the country following increased demand for Filipino software programmers by multinational firms.
The European Union is set to launch a major trade case against China’s biggest telecom equipment makers, arguing that they have benefited from illegal government subsidies, the Financial Times said.
Realizing the benefits of the cloud computing model to businesses today, data warehousing firm Teradata has decided to incorporate several cloud features into its data warehousing solutions, which could help firms, utilize their resources better.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) on Thursday unveiled a new standard of Ultra High Definition Television or UHDTV that could bring about a revolution for the broadcasting industry.
A province in northern Philippines will soon become the first and only locality to have a modern wireless health information system following commitment from the provincial government to expand the technology project to the entire province.
A survey has found that workers in New Zealand are wasting about a fifth of their time on the job each week at a cost of about 19 billion NZ dollars (US$14.3 billion) a year to the economy.