A U.S. appeals court ruled on Friday that a lower court should reconsider a sales ban against Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 won by Apple in a patent dispute with the South Korean electronics maker.
Struggling phone maker Nokia has knocked 10-15 percent off the prices of two of its top of the range smartphones, hoping to boost sales before newer models arrive in markets in November.
With the newly enacted Cybercrime Prevention Act, popular online activities such as torrent and file-sharing may soon be put to an end.
Facebook on Thursday added a feature that lets people send cupcakes, coffee, stuffed animals or other gifts to friends at the social network.
A one-time smartphone pioneer, RIM has failed to keep pace with rivals such as Apple and Samsung Electronics Co, and its share price has tumbled about 70 percent over the past year as its market share shriveled.
When Nokia launched the Lumia 920 and 820 earlier this month, the market was disappointed by a lack of launch dates and prices for the Windows-powered models which are vital for the Finnish company’s survival.
A breathtaking view of the Philippines’ underwater at the comfort of your office cubicle or living room can now be done using Google Maps.
Even if the newly enacted Cybercrime law cannot be retroactively applied to previous violations of the measure, the persistent nature of the Internet could mean that content published before the effectivity of the law are still covered by it.
The only legislator who opposed the passage of the Cybercrime Bill in the upper house of Congress, slammed the Pinoy hackers who defaced several government websites on Wednesday night in protest of the new law.
New Zealand’s spy agency illegally carried out surveillance on Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom, an official report showed on Thursday, prompting an apology from the prime minister and dealing a possible blow to a U.S. bid to extradite him.
Sharing content, or even just clicking the ‘Like’ button on Facebook, may be grounds for libel under the recently enacted Cybercrime Prevention Act. But Senator Teofisto Guingona III said Thursday the law is so broad and vague it isn’t clear who can or should be sued.
Samsung Electronics, the world’s No.1 smartphone maker, launched on Wednesday its latest Galaxy device as part of efforts to better compete with Apple’s newly released iPhone 5.
(UPDATED 3:00 P.M.) Local hacking group calling itself “Anonymous Philippines” defaced the official websites of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) in protest of a new law which it said “effectively ends the Freedom of Expression in the Philippines.”
International Business Machines Corp will announce on Wednesday that it will ramp up efforts to sell cloud computing services to midsize businesses, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
An elections court in Brazil has ordered the arrest of Google’s most senior executive in the country after the company failed to take down YouTube videos attacking a local mayoral candidate.
The China-based PC manufacturer is now inches closer to clinching the top spot among global PC vendors as it launches a new mid-range notebook that could appeal to ultrabook aficionados.